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.
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.
Almost 1,500 parking spots in city-owned facilities can now be paid for via the city's ParkCheyenne app. This mobile app charges the same fees for parking as Cheyenne’s traditional meters and comes with helpful features like the ability to access previous receipts.
Portland launched mobile hygiene stations to clean up homeless camps. The station has two portable toilets, a garbage can, lockers, and hand-washing stations. Sanitation services will improve the health of homeless people at these camps.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau released an app that guides users through a tour. The app takes users through six self-guided tours throughout the city. Users are taken to landmarks and receive a description as well as links to learn more about the landmark.