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Chicago involves citizens in future bike-share plans

Chicago involves citizens in future bike-share plans

The city is growing its fleet and using a community tour on the South Side to engage residents with the bike-share team and inform the next phase of its expansion.

Accelerator aims to connect civic tech start-ups and government

Accelerator aims to connect civic tech start-ups and government

CivStart wants to ensure govtech products aren’t developed in a vacuum by providing state and local government leaders’ guidance at the outset.

Europe seeks to harmonise smart grid security requirements

Europe seeks to harmonise smart grid security requirements

Baseline cyber-security requirements for smart meters and data concentrators have been announced which aim to raise standards across the industry.

UK Lords explore digital's impact on democracy

UK Lords explore digital's impact on democracy

House of Lords launches call for evidence to assess the public’s views on the benefits and negative impacts of digital technologies in areas such as political campaigning.

Peachtree Corners partners with Expo to unveil smart city testbed

Peachtree Corners partners with Expo to unveil smart city testbed

The Georgia city will officially open its 5G-enabled test track and living lab, designed to help better understand how new technologies work in a suburban setting.

WEF provides cities with a pick-and-mix mobility framework

WEF provides cities with a pick-and-mix mobility framework

The Shared, Electric and Automated Mobility Governance Framework is a set of sustainable mobility guidelines aimed at helping cities reduce congestion and pollution.