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The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District's Board of Directors unanimously voted to buy 57 hydrogen-powered, fuel-cell electric buses that will largely serve the Watsonville area.
Grovetown, located near Augusta, has found quick success with digital civic payments after launching a Tyler Technologies app. What lessons does that provide for other cities, and what comes next?
The digital curb management project in Seattle marks one of the city’s first steps toward fully modernizing how curbs are managed, given the widening demands on these spaces by commercial fleets and conventional parking.
This month, the Seattle Department of Transportation debuted a program to test out the electric bike-lane sweeper. At barely 5 feet wide the machine is designed to weave between bollards and curbs.
Bamberg County is working to develop a broadband system that will make high-speed Internet affordable for underserved communities with the help of a $12 million federal grant.
Topline data on priorities, tech spending, innovation and workforce from the leading counties in this year's survey from the Center for Digital Government.
The Albuquerque Police Department has implemented three new tools to help enable police to use a more informed response to calls for service. The tech could be especially impactful for community members with disabilities.
The Canadian firm, which is expanding in the U.S., launched a program designed to help users improve their regulatory efforts. The offering includes self-assessment and scoring tools, along with review functions.
Governments of all sizes are now on the front line of working with an emerging technology faster than ever before. But when it comes to generative AI, what are you really working with?
During the recent Florida Public Sector Cybersecurity Summit, several government and industry experts shared their perspectives on the state’s cyber landscape and how to mitigate risks.