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Police departments across the Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and West Richland) in Washington have inked deals with Axon to get body cameras. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of body cams.
Roughly half the funding from the federal infrastructure package will be dispersed through the U.S. Department of Transportation, handing the agency a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink the U.S. transportation system.
A council work session on Thursday and Monday's full council meeting will both be held virtually, as will upcoming standing committee meetings throughout a 90-day state of emergency due to COVID.
GILLIG and RR.AI have announced a partnership to develop driver assistance and autonomous operations features in next-gen electric buses, hoping to both expand and develop tomorrow’s transit vehicle market.
Former Clerk Treasurer John Millard initiated 20 automated clearing house payments from the city’s bank account to multiple out-of-state bank accounts from March 19 to May 4, 2020, per a report.
The Affordable Connectivity Program, created by the federal infrastructure bill, covers up to $30 a month of participants’ home broadband service and provides up to $100 to help purchase a device.
Sheriff’s deputies in Spokane County actually began wearing body cameras at the beginning of 2022 following training for the tech last year and the approval of the Spokane County Commissioners.
Waymo and J.B. Hunt have formed an alliance to integrate autonomous trucks with the commercial company’s logistics platform. The companies will conduct multiple pilots to move freight along I-45 for J.B. Hunt’s clients using Waymo software.
Three pilot projects using small electric shuttles in Austin, Texas, neighborhoods demonstrated various uses for the vehicles, which can provide last-mile service to transit as well as make transportation more equitable.
U.S. regulations in many cases require commercial helicopters — including air ambulances and other operators — to have a functioning radar altimeter. But new frequencies being shifted to 5G may render them unreliable.
A proposal from state Rep. Robyn Gabel would require that new and renovated commercial and residential buildings have the physical capacity to support electric vehicle charging stations.
The St. Louis County, Mo., Council will stop meeting in person and conduct meetings by teleconference, starting with its next meeting Tuesday, a move recommended by the Department of Public Health.
Daviess Fiscal Court is one step closer to entering into a contract with a broadband Internet service provider in an effort to bring high-speed fiber Internet availability to rural Daviess County.
The productive working relationship the city of Austin, Texas, has established with its local university can serve as a framework for other governments interested in improving their communities with technology.
Louisiana's Office of Broadband Development and Connectivity is running a new grant program called Granting Unserved Municipalities Broadband Opportunities (GUMBO). First-round grant winners will be announced in March.