SMART CITIES ARE creating new mobility models and improving existing transportation systems that underpin our communities by harnessing data, applications and technology to improve the quality of life for citizens and visitors.
When these kinds of innovations are done best, they are often the result of cooperation between government and the private sector.
If people could see what I've seen, they would know that becoming a smart city is not just the responsibility of a government entity. Large employers have significant operations in the cities where they are located, and a robust population commuting into their campuses each day. The way forward in how we engage the private sector is to not think of it as a group of vendors or sponsors, but as a true partner with skin in the game.
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