THE FUTURE OF Community Design

THE FUTURE OF Community Design

NJ Accelerates Its Electric Vehicle Sales with New Rebate

Between the pending legislation that would enact a $5,000 rebate and the state’s ambitious goals, environmental groups think New Jersey could be a national leader in the industry.

By Frank Kummer, The Philadelphia Inquirer  |  January 18, 2020
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THE FUTURE OF Community Design

San Diego Will Use Apps, Drones to Improve Homeless Count

City officials are optimistic that implementing an app for the annual homeless count will yield more accurate results. Drones will be sent out before the volunteers to find encampments to make the process more efficient.

By Gary Warth, The San Diego Union-Tribune  |  January 17, 2020
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Startup Hopes to Manage Curb Space for Safety, Efficiency

Three winners will get access to Coord’s software, apps and APIs, and collaboration from the company’s experts, to deliver a project by the end of the year to make local streets and sidewalks safer or more efficient.

By Staff, Government Technology  |  January 16, 2020
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City Hopes to Use Car Data to Make Infrastructure Decisions

Ann Arbor, Mich., is using its ongoing partnership with the University of Michigan and private industry to gather and share data from connected vehicle and infrastructure interactions.

By Skip Descant, Government Technology  |  January 16, 2020
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Truck Hits Overpass and Inspiration Hits Blumenthal

The U.S. senator wants GPS apps to make information about road restrictions available so truck drivers can reroute if they won’t fit under a bridge. The update would reduce traffic backups and save the state wasted transportation funding.

By Brian Zahn, New Haven Register  |  January 15, 2020
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