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Infrastructure

The Cumberland Community Improvement District, a public-private assessment district in northwest Atlanta, is considering an autonomous electric shuttle for a planned three-mile route through the district.
Electric cooperative Golden Valley Electric Association is planning to retire one of two coal power plants and replace it with a large-scale wind farm. The coal plant will be closed by the end of 2024.
The deal will strengthen efforts by Siemens on smart city and infrastructure technology. Brightly, which sells its technology to public agencies, schools and hospitals, has some 12,000 clients.
Logansport Utilities, the city's local energy provider, announced Wednesday that the company will be installing no-cost electric vehicle charging stations around the city to promote sustainability.
City officials have said tunnels are a way to reduce congestion by moving commuters from surface roadways into underground electric shuttle vehicles, which could be less expensive to build than a traditional subway route.
The Latah County Broadband Coalition will focus on addressing Internet infrastructure needs throughout the county with an emphasis on identifying federal, state and local funding streams to further connectivity goals.
PredictEV, an electric vehicle infrastructure planning software, is helping utilities and other organizations plan the location of EV charging both now and in the future.
The U.S. National Bridge Inventory maps the location and other details of all bridges in the nation 100 years old or older. The interactive map offers data around the age of the bridge, its condition and daily traffic.
Proposed amendments to the city's building code would outline new requirements for electric vehicle charging infrastructure in new developments. Opponents say the changes outpace local demand.
The county has released a request for information about what is needed to support a municipal electric utility and microgrids in the county. This follows the creation of a publicly owned utility department in September 2021.