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Under a new Vision Zero bill, cities would be able to create local laws for speed and red light cameras, hold hearings on the issue and locate monitoring devices in areas with histories of crashes and traffic violations.
With staffing issues and few resources, rural counties are most likely to have missed the deadline for correcting the broadband map, meaning they will miss out on millions of dollars in federal funding meant to bring the Internet to rural America.
Jacqueline Bobo was named interim CIO for Milwaukee County, Wis., this month, while the county's prior CIO, Lynn Fyhrlund, announced he was leaving for a similar position with San Bernardino County, Calif.
New research suggests that when government agencies include diversity, equity and inclusion in the hiring process, it can improve hiring outcomes across federal, state and local governments.
More than 150 Republicans in the U.S. House asked the EPA Monday to roll back the agency's proposed emissions standards that are expected to further push the auto industry to electric vehicles.
Along with OpenAI, San Francisco is home to Scale AI, valued at $7.3 billion, though the company cut its workforce earlier this year, and Anthropic and Dialpad, which have each raised hundreds of millions of dollars.
Cash incentives to be used toward the purchase of an electric bike in Denver are helping to reduce annual car trips and improve regional mobility options. Those watching the space hope the momentum will build even further.
A fiber-to-home broadband project in the village of Poplar was one of 24 to be awarded a 2023 State Broadband Expansion Grant. The $523,423 grant for the project will be matched by the ISP overseeing the work.
Officials in the California city are reporting that the gunshot detection sensors they installed in gun crime hot spots are not working properly. The city is working with the vendor, Flock Safety, to resolve the technical issues.
The union representing the city’s 2,500 traffic agents — who are part of the NYPD and write parking tickets and direct traffic — are asking in contract talks for the same type of body-worn cameras used by police officers.
Infinity Water Solutions and Quantum Reservoir Impact have announced a strategic partnership to develop, deploy and advance a water intelligence platform called SpeedWise Water, an AI and machine-learning software.
Edwardsville, Ill., police and fire officials voiced their support to the City Council for a new digital database that would help to track state legislation affecting their departments.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday signed an agriculture and broadband spending bill into law. The new law earmarks $100 million in funding for rural Internet expansion.
Demonstration projects, incentives and regulation are moving the massive trucking industry in California away from fossil fuel powered trucks toward electric, a once-in-a-generation transformation.
Alaska's cutting-edge drone program will empower emergency responders to reach remote terrain, saving lives through the integration of aerial and geographic information systems.