Change, in the form of new technologies and approaches, is leading to a time of incredible opportunity in Louisville. Learn how the 2018 Readiness Challenge winner brought stakeholders together to devise innovative solutions to combat inequality, improve mobility and safety, and boost engagement.
Readiness Cities - Louisville/Jefferson County
“A world-class city has to be positioned to understand and adapt to the world around us, especially in the fast-moving realm of technology. ... This partnership with the Smart Cities Council will help us take even more big leaps into the future.” — Mayor Greg Fischer
The Louisville Metro has been on the smart path for many years and is now ready to scale its smart city solutions with 115 miles of new fiber optic cable being deployed and multi-sector cross-cutting initiatives. Three of the areas it will seek to advance during its Readiness Workshop include:
- Telecom: Empowering all Louisville residents with the digital access and tools they need to thrive in the modern world
- Transportation: Reducing vehicular miles traveled (VMT) and becoming less car dependent
- Public Safety: Applying innovative Smart City solutions to reduce violent crime.
This is the telecommunications/digital divide briefing document for the Louisville Metro Readiness Workshop on September 12, 2018.
This is the briefing document for the public safety/violent crime working group during the Lousiville Metro Readiness Workshop on September 12, 2018.
These are the briefing materials for the Intelligent Transportation focus area for the Louisville Metro Readiness Workshop on September 12, 2018.
This is the agenda for the Louisville Metro Smart Cities Readiness Workshop on September 12, 2018.
The winners of our second-annual Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge have made great strides, advancing from pilots and talking about plans toward working on real solutions that deliver meaningful results. Meet our Class of 2018 and learn about the three critical traits they have in common.