The Township of Colerain created a platform that enables other local governments to share their practices and equipment used when redesigning roads for pedestrian safety. The platform was designed to help local governments share make roads safer for pedestrian travel.
The traffic calming lending bank was awarded with an Achievement in Innovation by the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (GCC-ASPA) at the 2020 Public Administrator of the Year Awards.— Project Succeeded
The 18-month pilot allows Cupertino residents to request rides using the Via app. A fleet of six-seat vans provides trips to the Sunnyvale Caltrain station and transit hubs. The Via app coordinates pickup locations for each request that maximize service efficiency. Each Via-Cupertino ride costs $3.50 with per-ride discounts available with weekly and monthly passes. The city also offers discounted rides to seniors, students, and disabled passengers.
Local startup Pony.ai outfitted Lincoln sedans with autonomous driving technology that navigates traffic via sensors and cameras. Each car includes an operator who oversees vehicle performance and intervenes in case of operational issues. City employees shuttle between the Amtrak station, City Hall, and the Development Services Center. Fremont pursued this autonomous vehicle project to evaluate one method for reducing single-occupant commutes to 50% by 2040.