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Some two dozen public EV charging stations will be installed in Hoboken, N.J., at no cost to the city or the drivers using them. Revenue generated from advertising on 55-inch screens will help subsidize the operation.
Tech exists to more accurately route 911 calls from phones to the correct 911 communications center, but Verizon — one of the three major carriers in the U.S. — has refused to install it in Denver and other regions.
Since pausing expansion efforts in 2016, Google Fiber has slowly resumed adding new cities and even has plans to add some more this year. But why did it pause, and which cities will get the high-speed service next?
Digital equity advocates say this may be the single largest dispersion of federal grant money to one local-level organization in the space, and as such, it may serve as a model for others going forward.
New Orleans City Council voted for a new local ordinance that will roll back, at least partially, a previous ban the city had enacted on various police surveillance methods, including facial recognition.
The Leawood Police Department has added a Tesla EV to its fleet of patrol cars, doing so after the department began researching electric vehicles last year in response to unfavorable reviews of hybrid patrol cars.
According to county officials, nearly 85 percent of the county has access to high-speed Internet service, though areas with no business base are not afforded the same access. New federal and state funds will help close that gap.
Plus, Michigan's high-speed Internet office has hired its first chief connectivity officer, the Biden administration earmarks $10 million grants to expand broadband to minority communities, and more.
Residents in the Southern California city will get to experience an underground stormwater project in an augmented reality experience designed to give them a better understanding of both the project and area.
An increasing number of Uber and Lyft trips in the United States, Canada and other countries are happening in a zero-emission car, as ride-hailing platforms push for electric vehicle adoption.
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., recently took a step toward becoming the first city in its area to install wildfire cameras that can detect the initial wisps of smoke that could portend a potentially devastating fire.
Mobile, Ala., police are praising their new gunfire detection system, ShotSpotter, which they say was used to arrest a juvenile shooter just hours after it first went live in the city earlier this week.
The Detroit-based automaker on Thursday announced the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro Special Service Vehicle, which is a new model of vehicle that will be purpose-built for police department usage.
The Saturday fire came one day after state officials gathered in New Haven to celebrate the success of the Clean Air Act that would restrict diesel vehicles and increase electric cars in the state.
Some 900 subway and rail platforms across the nation remain inaccessible to riders with physical disabilities. Funding provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will help to retrofit these old stations.