Smart transportation networks offer numerous benefits, among them accommodating a variety of transportation options from bicycles to buses, greater safety for users and cleaner air.
The city of Chicago last year committed to powering public buildings with 100% renewable energy by 2025. Now city officials are calling on private sector building owners to pitch in and do the same.
Cities need a firm, detailed plan of action if they expect to conduct successful project deployments that contribute to their livability, workability and sustainability.
This chapter addresses the critical role energy plays in smart cities as well as the benefits smart energy networks can provide.
Why are smart transportation improvements a number one priority for cities? Because it's of the most effective ways to keep up with growing urban populations and demands for more mobility options. Click to learn more.
This PDF contains all of the slides for the presentations that occurred during the Puerto Rico Readiness for Resilience Workshop December 4-5, 2018.