New services can complement public transit, but they also could lead to worsening traffic congestion and other unwelcome effects if not managed.
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Technology is changing fast. Cities, state and industry groups hope to stay ahead of the curve.
In the last two years, Cremona has increased the percentage of waste collected separately — necessary for recycling — from 53 percent to 72 percent.
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The Gateway City is crafting its plan despite being home to one of the largest U.S. coal mines.
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LED-powered vertical farms will generate $6 billion by 2023 — and change the way Americans eat for the first time since WWII.
Mapping out the global expansion of urban mobility.