Integrated trip planning services are usually reserved for those with smartphones. Learn how Columbus, Ohio’s new Smart Mobility Hubs will not only provide seamless mobility options to everyone — it could also help them find jobs.
The shift toward green building construction is already well underway — and the trend is accelerating. No, not over the next decade or two, but over the next few years.
Malnutrition and hunger rates remain high in several parts of the world, and are exacerbated by inequality in many. A series of UN reports outline the crisis and insist that governments at all levels urgently need to address the issue with better policies and infrastructures and a stronger commitment to ending hunger.
Puerto Rico, winner of a 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Humanitarian Grant, will host its Readiness for Resiliency Workshop on December 4 and 5, 2018.
When electric scooters started appearing on urban streets and sidewalks, some cities banned them or restricted their numbers until they could regulate them. Detroit, however, is taking an entirely different approach — and the city wants more scooters, not fewer. Click for details.
Virginia, one of our 2018 Readiness Challenge winners, hosted its Readiness Workshop this week, focusing on delivering benefits to all residents. Check out some of the ideas — and see why you may want to encourage your state to become a smart state.
It's an ambitious project: building three smart grids in three cities as a smart grid test bed. But that's how an Oregon electric utility plans to make good on its promise of a clean energy future. And it wants customers to sign on as project partners.
The Smart Cities Council – the industry’s largest coalition – opened applications for its 2019 North American Readiness Challenge, an annual program that has so far helped nearly a dozen cities and states advance their smart cities initiatives. The program offers communities interactive workshops, mentoring and digital tools that help them develop their smart cities plans, build community support and strengthen their projects to deliver more widespread and inclusive results.
Accelerate your smart cities progress by participating in the 2019 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge, open to government jurisdictions of all levels in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Receive valuable help to envision, collaborate, plan and finance your smart cities efforts. Learn how you can be the next winning city.
Our 2019 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge launches next week — our third-annual effort to help North American cities develop and accelerate their smart cities action plans. Here is some advice from our 2018 winners, presented at Smart Cities Week.