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Thirteen newly installed cameras will capture vehicle information, not people or faces, and send instant alerts to police when a stolen car or wanted suspect from a state or national database enters town, police officials said.
Uber Eats is launching two autonomous delivery pilots in Los Angeles with Serve Robotics, a robotic sidewalk delivery startup, and Motional, an autonomous vehicle technology company. The pilots will focus on shorter and longer trips respectively.
Sindhu Menon has left her CIO position in Raleigh, N.C., for a CIO role in Harris County, Texas, where she will help revamp its IT department. Raleigh CISO Rob Reynolds has taken over interim CIO duties.
Michigan has submitted seven nominations for Alternative Fuel Corridors, which are transportation routes that will build out EV charging infrastructure using the state's funds from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
In the past, Sioux City has operated as many as 11 red-light cameras at nine intersections along with two portable speed cameras, but over the years, the city has shut some of them off for varying reasons.
The City Council on Monday voted to approve a one-year licensing agreement with Bird Rides to deploy as many as 200 shared electric scooters. The company will initially deploy between 25 and 35 devices.
The massive deal — the largest for government technology — was completed just more than a year ago. Now financial results are starting to tell the story about the acquisition, and soon tech buyers will notice changes.
County commissioners heard an update on the project to extend Internet service to under- and unserved parts of Cass County. The work is being done by Miami-Cass County REMC, a member-owned electric utility company.
Regional government organizations in Sacramento, Calif., and Denver have taken an oversight and data collection role around micromobility operations, showing that they are well positioned to navigate these planning efforts.
High-speed broadband is now a must-have utility for communities hoping to attract and retain residents and businesses, so the Mercer County Commission has started advertising for companies willing to provide service.
In 2019, the latest data available, almost 70 percent of students in Detroit did not have access to the Internet in their homes, while Census data shows that one in four Detroiters lack access at home.
The Biden administration has taken its first steps toward releasing $45 billion of federal funding for broadband and digital equity, with the money going first to state governments tasked with executing the vision.
Officials in Westmorland County will use $600,000 of ARPA funding to help identify areas without adequate Internet access, develop a broadband plan for the county, and partnerships with private companies to expand service.
DigitalC, previously known as OneCleveland, and later OneCommunity, had a track record of delivering high-speed Internet to Northeast Ohio. In 2012, the group had connected 2,300 schools, libraries, hospitals, and more.
It was a historic day in Los Angeles on Saturday, May 14, with the unveiling of the local fire department's newest addition to its fleet of vehicles — the country's first all-electric fire engine.