Nearly all of the 100 largest metros across the United States charted a growth in biking activity from 2019 to 2022, a new analysis of the transportation sector shows. Walking, meanwhile, has declined.
While it makes sense that a big, well-staffed data operation gets a lot done, there's strategy and art that go into to the work done at the Dallas Office of Data Analytics and Business Intelligence.
The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors this week authorized a sheriff’s department grant application for $50,000, which will be used to purchase and install a software program for tracking criminal and gang activity data.
In coastal communities across the U.S., technology and data play a significant role in helping both officials and members of the public better understand and mitigate risks related to rising sea levels.
During a National Digital Inclusion Alliance webinar last week, experts explored several key tools and dashboards that help make data on the Affordable Connectivity Program more accessible to drive action.
The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services has adopted Augintel’s Natural Language Processing software to help child welfare caseworkers gain enhanced insights on the cases they manage.
The NYC Office of Technology and Innovation’s Office of Data Analytics is convening a series of meetings for working groups to establish a citywide data governance program and guidance on data use.
This month, the Caucus of African American Leaders entered a one-year pilot program with a California software company to monitor police conduct in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Md.
The work group, which consists of 12 members from different stakeholder groups, is tasked with preparing a report by Dec. 1 that will inform the county's regulation of the critical digital infrastructure industry.
A new report by INRIX shows that traffic and transit activity is still down in the nation’s largest cities when compared to pre-2020 levels, a sustained byproduct of remote work arrangements.
For state and local government agencies across the U.S., GIS technology has the power to inform decision-making, impact funding and improve the constituent experience through various applications.
Thousands of files have been uploaded to public data portals by local and state government agencies. Access data from San Francisco may hint at what the public actually wants to see.
The Smart Surfaces Coalition will focus on leveraging data analysis through advanced mapping techniques, while helping equip residents with tech solutions like reflective and green roofs, solar energy tools and porous pavements.
The Inclement Weather Decision Support App developed by a joint effort between the U.S. military and US Ignite uses real-time weather, transportation and other data to shape decisions around base operations.
The MetroLab Network has announced the release of its new Model Data Governance Policy & Practice Guide for Cities and Counties, aiming to support data governance initiatives at the local level.
The new MongoDB Atlas for Public Sector will offer agencies and public-sector teams more access to data and training expertise and other features. Mongo recently expanded distribution of its software development tools.