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James Stewart 17h
Technologies available that can transform immediately
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Daniel Feitelberg Aug 12
We need to invest. But, measuring spending on new construction is not enough. We need to focus on lifecycle costs
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steph stoppenhagen Aug 14
Transportation, Public Safety and the Modern Power Grid Thrive with Integrated Smart City Data
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James Stewart Aug 14
Here is how Indian plans to build like stations without spending a penny
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Rick Cole Aug 11
And not by luck or the market. Reducing smog in LA was a triumph of public policy and political will. Lest we forget . . .
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Nishit Shah Aug 6
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Josh Wright Aug 7
Credit the Restaurant Boom for a Big Share of Net New Jobs in Cleveland, Other Cities:
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Carter Rubin Jul 26
The scale of the LA Inland Empire logistics and distributions centers is something to behold.
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Jaana Remes Jul 26
Not all desirable cities are unaffordable: political+geographic constraints explain those that are
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James Stewart Jul 24
What cities look like in the age of autonomous cars? For starters, there will be a lot more street space.
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Rideau Hall Fdn Jul 26
In Canada had a model governor general: via
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Giles Gherson Jul 26
Fast-growing sector drives Toronto office demand: CBRE via
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Stephen Jun 19
Ontario will pursue potentially groundbreaking clean train technology to electrify the Transit network.
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James Stewart Jun 19
banned cars from its city centre, but local businesses protested. So the city banned parking instead.
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Jaana Remes Jun 15
Just out: New MGI look at the state of investment. The main hubs are in the US and China:
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Bruce Katz Jun 16
How Tampa Turned a Dead Zone Into a Downtown: the rise of catalytic developers via
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CityAge Jun 15
Firmly agree with this: Could Be Gold Mine for Telcos
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Tom Dallessio Jun 14
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Liz Okeke-Von Batten Jun 14
Thanks Tom! You can download the report at
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Don Jacobson Jun 14
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