Cities are investing a lot in transportation. It’s the fastest growing category for new infrastructure investment. Find out why and see what ideas you can take from several new projects in cities like yours.
Self-driving cars, once they arrive, are likely to improve traffic flow and safety. But why wait? Siemens is helping to bring some of the benefits of connected vehicles to Florida’s roads now. See how and learn about the steps New York is taking today to reduce its congestion.
Traffic congestion is getting worse in most places and it’s a huge drain on the economy. But before you jump into attempting a quick fix, check out these top traffic myths so you don’t make mistakes other cities made (or miss out on solutions that would actually work.)
Transportation is often one of a city’s biggest pain points, but a huge new grant program could ease some of the sting. Supply the smart transportation vision and a willingness to change and the U.S. Transportation Department and private investors could give you $50 million to make it happen. Learn how to apply.
Cities are experimenting with several smart approaches to reduce congestion and solve parking problems. But what about all those vacant spaces in parking garages? An Australian businessman has some thoughts about that, and what he has to say just might interest city managers looking for ways to reduce congestion and find more parking for their residents.
Bouncing back after a prolonged global economic downturn is a very tall order, but at least one expert thinks smart city upgrades could be the spark urban areas need. Read the story to learn why adopting smart, intelligent solutions could help revive a city -- and attract smart, talented people to help it thrive.
A new ranking of the most sustainable cities in the U.S. is out, and the leader probably isn’t who you think it is. Find out how New York City managed to top the list (and why it’s in your best interest to focus more attention on your city's traffic problems).
In 30 years, traffic delays have more than doubled in the U.S. and the amount of wasted fuel has grown five-fold. See how cities large and small are starting to look to new technology – rather than bigger roads – to finally address the challenge.