The Cheyenne Transit Program upgraded to a farebox system that increases efficiency by eliminating the need for bus drivers to handle cash. This electronic equipment accepts cash and magnetic strips and disburses change cards replacing the traditional fare exchange.
Cheyenne developed a mobile app to help the public communicate and connect with the city. Users can find job opportunities, pay their utility bills, submit police reports, find bus routes, buy tickets to local events, and locate various citizen services.
Raleigh launched a bike-share program where residents can purchase a subscription service to ride as much as they please. Most of the bikes are equipped with an electric-assist motor that gives riders an extra boost when needed.
Seminole County has a separate area in their jail for inmates with addiction problems, allowing inmates to receive proper care. The county also ensures that inmates will be sent to a long-term rehabilitation center before they are released.