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Australia and New Zealand are both working in their own ways to enhance livability, workability and sustainability in their cities. This section is a brief overview of their smart cities efforts.
Europe is a complex region for several reasons, including a variety of different cultures with long histories -- and governance. Of Europe's 44 countries, 28 are members of the European Union. Here we briefly explore those complexities in further detail.
India is another complex region. The country's major cities are experiencing economic growth as well as population growth, while much of the countryside is rural and relatively undeveloped. In this section, we address the Indian central government's strategies and the challenges it faces in building smart cities and transportation networks.
Canada and the United States are similar in several ways and vastly different in others. For example, neither country has a formal national policy on urban development. However, both are taking steps to help their communities and metro areas become smart cities with smart transportation networks.
This section offers real-world examples of how Smart Cities Council Partners are collaborating with cities to evaluate and deploy transportation technologies designed to enhance livability, workability and sustainability.