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Where Going Places Is Going: The New Age Of Transportation

Forbes » There are over 40 companies currently working on autonomous vehicle programs, from Intel to Domino’s Pizza. The projects illustrate an important point: The transportation industry isn’t going away. It is evolving because the very reasons we go places are changing.

2017-12-01T12:22:45+00:00 November 30th, 2017|Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Roads, Urban|

Take a look at how Gentilly is changing water management to prevent flooding

New Orleans Times-Picayune » Gentilly is embracing the notion of living with water instead of pumping it away.

2017-11-29T15:36:48+00:00 November 28th, 2017|Louisiana, Urban, Water|

Tennessee Transportation Chief Says The Answer To Traffic May Be Making Roads Smarter, Not Wider

Nashville Public Radio » Driverless cars may still be a few years away, but Tennessee highway officials say they’re already starting to invest in intelligent technologies to help with congestion woes.

2017-12-01T12:27:28+00:00 November 13th, 2017|California, Highways, Tennessee, Urban|

Digital Infrastructure Should Be a Part of Any New U.S. Project, Experts Say

GovTech.com » New and refurbished infrastructure — whether it’s a road, a bridge, a rail line — should be developed with a vision for the future, one that includes multiple layers of smart cities technologies, say public and industry experts.

2017-12-04T09:44:59+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Rail, Roads, U.S. News, Urban|
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