Michigan plans 40-mile autonomous vehicle research corridor
A stretch of highway outside of Detroit will become a new test bed for connected and autonomous vehicle research and the site of 12 "opportunity zones" in an economic development project.
D.C. groups oppose city's real-time vehicle location tracking policy
A policy enacted in February by the D.C. transportation department requiring companies to share ride data in real time is facing escalating criticism from privacy advocates and neighborhood groups.
Connecticut launches ‘problem-based’ procurement for digital government
State CIO Mark Raymond said the new process should yield more creative solutions, more quickly.
Colorado CIO Theresa Szczurek shares her three WIGs
From blockchain to firewall migration, the state’s top technology official is managing a lot. Here are her top three “wildly important goals.”
11 local governments to share solutions on mobility, civic engagement
The "Small Places, Big Ideas Innovation Cohort" is now collecting proposals for technologies that can connect governments and the public and help with mobility.
Detroit kicks off Ford-backed transportation challenge
Before individuals and community groups can begin submitting solutions, the city first wants to hear residents' biggest transportation challenges to nail down a focus of the competition.
Local governments lack defined digital services strategy, survey says
A new infographic from the Public Technology Institute shows that local government digital strategies are predominantly 'ad-hoc' and 'not defined.'
Kansas launches country's 'first' mobile driver's license renewal app
A new feature added to the state's citizen services app provides functionality officials say isn't available anywhere else.
Tennessee CIO says citizen services mobile app will be ready in early 2019
Stephanie Dedmon, who recently took over as the state's IT chief, gave a preview of the app at the annual NASCIO conference.