Four mayors reflect on their attempts to better meet the infrastructure needs of low-income residents.
The infrastructure finance cohort convening in Washington, D.C., proved that local ingenuity combined with the right partners can push projects ahead.
Even communities far away can face familiar challenges and offer replicable solutions.
Cities in the infrastructure cohort get ready to reconvene to find innovative answers to pressing questions
The capital project development process needs early consideration of revenue and finance.
The District of Columbia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and St. Paul begin working on developing new models for funding public infrastructure through the City Accelerator.
Four municipalities will focus on innovative ways to finance infrastructure.
Financing public improvements isn't easy -- but nothing is more important for cities to prosper.
The City of San Francisco, CA, a finalist in the third round of the City Accelerator, is focused on finding viable and sustainable ways of funding public infrastructure.
“Housing First” initiatives can fall short if other resources aren't in place for individuals suffering from complex problems.
"Bank On" programs and other innovative initiatives reduce the victimization of poor individuals.