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Infrastructure

If signed by Gov. Tim Walz, the state’s standalone tax bill transformed into a thousand-page omnibus would activate a four-year red light and speed safety camera pilot in Minneapolis and Mendota Heights.
The commitment from St. Tammany Parish will connect an area between Covington and Folsom, part of a plan to significantly boost Internet access to rural areas across the north shore of the Gulf.
Tyson Morris, the former chief information officer in Chattanooga, Tenn., is the new CIO for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. He’ll guide it through application upgrades and digital transformation work.
The state and federal funding will drive deployment of high-speed Internet. The money, which comes in part from the American Rescue Plan Act, will be distributed by formula to unserved and underserved locations first.
The Regional Transportation Commission is working with governments and local police on a test of Advanced Intersection Analytics. It will use AI, predictive analytics, historical data, cameras and sensors to learn about high-risk intersections.
A new report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation advises states and regions to consider a range of connectivity issues, before deciding how to best spend federal infrastructure funding on high-speed Internet.
The federal government’s approval of the second part of the state’s planning document clears the stage for its final proposal. The cycle will unlock nearly $1.2 billion to connect all Pennsylvania residents to the Internet.
Machine learning and predictive models are already having a regular effect on how residents live, although generative artificial intelligence isn’t seeing as much use yet. The state is also a leader in integrating AI into medicine.
The dramatic growth in GenAI and AI adoption is bringing increased demand for energy to power data centers. Where is this heading? How can we navigate a sustainable energy future with exploding technology usage?
Gov. Mike DeWine announced nearly $16 million Thursday in state awards to build 22 new electric vehicle fast-charging stations along interstates, state routes and U.S. routes. The goal is to have fast chargers every 50 miles, statewide.