Start-up partnerships and collaborations provide cities the ability to trial new services/products with young companies while giving entrepreneurs their first customers in a real world setting.
Why Scenario Planning Is A Must-Have Tool For Planners: Interview With Janae Futrell
Infrastructure trackers show the status of existing and planned streets, sidewalks and bike lanes. Nashville's WalknBike effort allows the public to track the status of bikeway and sidewalk links by location, estimated cost, project status and local elected representatives.
Creating great places in fast-changing times
Scenario Planning is a process to identify alternative futures based on trends and drivers of change. Used when there are unknown variables, participants can detect plausible futures and from there, select desired futures, goals and activities to get there.
Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) issued its New Mobility Playbook in September 2017 to state overarching priorities and near term next steps related to transportation technology, with a focus on driverless (or automated vehicles)
New Mobility - Autonomous Vehicles and the Region outlines a plan for urban and suburban policymakers to ensure maximum benefit for region’s residents.
The City of Austin Texas is proactively planning discrete steps for adopting shared, electric, and autonomous vehicles for a future that is equitable, affordable, prosperous and data-driven.
Mobility option ratings tools show how walkable and bikeable a place is, as well as the richness of transit options
Chatbots are computer programs that leverage machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to complete tasks and answer questions while mimicking human conversation.
This guide combines policies from the most insightful reports, forecasts, and announcements to produce a compact primer on the future of cities and autonomous vehicles.
This report presents & asks for feedback on guidance for how to conduct trials (or tests, demonstrations) for autonomous vehicles around Australia and internationally.
This handbook outlines practical steps that local elected officials can take right away to improve their transportation systems and make their cities better places to live, work, and visit
The city of Los Angeles California released its first Transportation Technology strategies in September 2016 to weave emerging policy and technology innovation (apps, software, shared use, vehicles, signage, payment ) into local /regional formal transportation plans.
The Future Deck cards spark conversations about the emerging challenges and opportunities, in this case in Singapore
Call for Innovations (or Ideas) is a new procurement tool in which cities/towns issue first a problem statement rather than specifications.
Smart neighborhood pilots test how to arrange smart city technology in order to analyze and address specific goals & problems in a neighborhood.
City72 is an open-source emergency preparedness platform to prepare for emergencies and enact rapid response post-disaster within communities.
Future Value Now is a guide assessing the value of common ciyy design methods across 12 benefit areas. The purpose is to highlight practices that deliver multiple benefits to deliver enhanced value to property owners and tax payers.
Counting Technology from sensors, mobile apps and video systems help transportation planners accurately count travelers on bicycle and on foot.
As heat waves become increasingly more common, this toolkit helps cites and towns prepare for, and respond to, deadly heat waves.