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.
- What's going on #ThisWeekInData? Read our round up of news from @smartcitiesdive @CityofReno @FTA_DOT @Cities_Today @CityLab @TheLab_DC @BloombergCities and more! t.co/aYLXA5Bd1x
- "We'll never understand the data as well as somebody who works with it, whether it's public safety data, permitting data, or public works data." @CityofDenver CDO Paul Kresser on the #DataSmartCityPod talking employee empowerment and data training. t.co/458kNBbWAQ
- What exactly are we talking about when we talk about skilling? Listen to @katecoleman20 on the #DataSmartCityPod talking expansive collaboration and #GrowingFairly with @GoldsmithOnGov and Earl Buford @CAELnews t.co/4wA2iShu8d
- "This is some of the most important work we can be doing as a local government, to build trust and improve our response to people in what can be their worst, most challenging moments." Mariele McGlazer @PhiladelphiaGov t.co/MBXxuxl6mV
- Trust in local government is declining - so how should local officials work to rebuild it? In our new series Rebuilding Trust in Local Government @GoldsmithOnGov and @mattleger15 discuss actionable ways that local governments can renew and rebuild trust. t.co/FYHNuZNxI4