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New cars are packed with sensors and cameras these days, and among the newest locations for one is inside the rearview mirror, pointed backward toward the driver and passengers.
Experts say that smarter roads could reduce car accidents and fatalities, and they could also let roads agencies know about debris in the roadway, potholes and other things that need attention.
Honda unveiled its new, battery-powered model line Tuesday at Las Vegas’ sprawling Consumer Electronics Show with two futuristic-looking concepts, the Saloon and Space-Hub.
How do some agencies create apps residents like to use? The minds behind some of the highest-rated 311 apps share best practices and recommendations to improve performance and citizen experience.
A section of road in the Motor City is the first in the nation capable of wirelessly charging electric vehicles while in motion. The quarter-mile section of road is near the city’s downtown area.
Experts argue that agencies having staff dedicated to equity and inclusion play an important role for government work, from strategic planning, to operations, to the rise of digital government services.
The Detroit Police Department is pursuing changes to its facial recognition policy in the wake of a woman's federal lawsuit alleging she was arrested at eight months pregnant based on an unreliable hit.
Plus, Detroit’s parks are getting public Wi-Fi; the White House has launched; New York continues to up enrollment in broadband program; and more.
The Detroit Parks Coalition, along with the city and Connect 313, announced that they will be installing Wi-Fi at five parks as part of a $265,000 program aimed at closing the digital divide.
The Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship has launched a new mural map and smartphone app to bring attention to the work of local art and artists. In recent years, the city has focused on replacing graffiti with murals.