Some $3.1 million of the $6.3 million budget under consideration is slated for a project to install fiber-optic cables in the rural area between Ariel and Cougar. The project is currently in the engineering phase.
Santa Clarita, Calif.'s recent website redesign features improved navigation for users on desktop and mobile devices and integrates the AI chatbot, Ask Sammy, to help users find exactly what they need.
Human-centered design can go a long way toward fixing some of society’s biggest problems, including missteps in trying to make things better by applying technology alone.
Despite what critics say was a rough rollout in four pilot counties earlier this year and lingering concerns from lawyers, Mecklenburg County is scheduled to transition to a more digital courthouse on Oct. 9.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency plans to conduct a nationwide test to gauge how effective the government’s mass communication can be in the event of an emergency, the agency said in a statement.
The Robotics Factory is the latest addition to a new emerging economic sector in Pittsburgh, and it is slated to launch this week with speakers and a reception at its Lawrenceville center.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is bridging barriers to mental health resources surrounding suicide through a digitized strategy fusing chat and text connectivity, alongside online training for community leaders.
The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District's Board of Directors unanimously voted to buy 57 hydrogen-powered, fuel-cell electric buses that will largely serve the Watsonville area.
Grovetown, located near Augusta, has found quick success with digital civic payments after launching a Tyler Technologies app. What lessons does that provide for other cities, and what comes next?
The digital curb management project in Seattle marks one of the city’s first steps toward fully modernizing how curbs are managed, given the widening demands on these spaces by commercial fleets and conventional parking.
In Southern California, landlords and owners of convenience stores, fast-food chains, movie theaters and big-box retailers are hoping to cash in on EV chargers to lure customers with time to kill as they fill up.
This month, the Seattle Department of Transportation debuted a program to test out the electric bike-lane sweeper. At barely 5 feet wide the machine is designed to weave between bollards and curbs.
Bamberg County is working to develop a broadband system that will make high-speed Internet affordable for underserved communities with the help of a $12 million federal grant.
Some 53 overhead charging stations are set to be installed at Metropolitan Transportation Authority depots in Staten Island, Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn, according to a recent announcement by Gov. Kathy Hochul.
New funding and a partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy is giving six communities across the country new resources in the push to expand their use of renewable energy technology.
Police in La Mesa, Calif., may soon purchase cameras that scan the license plates of cars, a system that is already employed in El Cajon that critics say is illegally sharing data across state lines.