Mobility and the Connected City
Through research, practitioner convenings, and public commentary, the Project on Mobility and the Connected City seeks to identify and advance solutions that address major issues such as transportation economics, data management and privacy, algorithmic regulation, user experience, and public engagement. The project brings together a diverse group of city transportation leaders, subject matter experts, academics, industry leaders, and practitioners in order to offer new and transformative policy approaches and innovations in urban mobility management.
- "The lack of a clear definition concerning a smart city makes it too easy for advocates to claim victory, for vendors of point technologies to claim their products advance a city, and for critics to generalize their indictments." t.co/dwlP8QJ2mI
- Read about how @CityofDetroit has leveraged data, pilots, and behavioral insights to support low-income renters @DetroitHRD @MayorMikeDuggan @B_I_Tweets @WhatWorksCities @BloombergCities @data_kat @D3detroit @Googleorg t.co/iJFSZHTFHa
- "If a city could put a billion dollars into its neglected neighborhoods & infrastructure without any drag on taxes or debt, the effort of working through the complexities of unlocking the value of an asset like an airport would seem to be well worth it." t.co/lbXUBTgFEz
- Austin, TX has launched a number of tech innovations, showing the value of a user-centered culture @GoldsmithOnGov @MayorAdler @austintexasgov t.co/BFj8tWM6e2
- New post! Pivoting and Innovating in Detroit: How Motor City is Supporting Low-income Renters @CityofDetroit @DetroitHRD @MayorMikeDuggan @B_I_Tweets @WhatWorksCities @BloombergCities @D3detroit @data_kat @Googleorg t.co/iJFSZHTFHa