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In December 2015, we launched our Smart City Challenge, asking mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, c
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The U.S. Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge has generated tremendous excitement and fresh, innovative ideas from cities around the country. In March, USDOT narrowed down the competition to seven finalists.
The Smart City Air Challenge will award prizes for community strategies that meet the constraints and best address the performance criteria.
The Smart City hackathon will bring entrepreneurs and select university students to discuss the intersection of digital technology and urbanization.
Congratulations to the 2017 Smarter Cities Challenge Winning Cities. The five cities will focus on issues related to social equity, economic development, emergency management and the environment.
Columbus competed against 77 cities nationwide to win the Smart City Challenge in 2016. With $40 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation and $10 million from Vulcan, Inc., a Paul G. Allen Company, we won a very important job.
Because the Smart Cities Challenge is all about achieving outcomes, it will be vital for communities to measure where they are starting from, when they are making progress, and when they have achieved success.
The official site for San Francisco's application in the USDOT Smart City Challenge 2016
Car Culture Leer en español $50 million 'Smart City Challenge' finalists announced at SXSW. In Austin, Texas, US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has just unveiled the seven cities that are still in the running for $50 million in funding that could radically reinvent their streets.