The Renew Atlanta Team joined Mayor Kasim Reed to cut the ribbon on the historic Martin Luther King, Jr. Aquatic center on October 30th. The original aquatic center closed down in 2012 due to structural problems. Now a recreation and aquatic center, the $23.5 million dollar project was a priority project for Mayor Reed. This City of… Read more
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Chatbots, IoT and self-driving cars are just a few of the ways that Atlanta is ingraining tech into its government fiber. The Renew Atlanta Bond program is working with tech partners to deploy major traffic technology upgrades, including connected traffic signals and the installation of fiber communications, as well exploring opportunities for autonomous and connected vehicles. Read… Read more
On October 25, 2017, the Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia (ITS Georgia) presented the Renew Atlanta Bond program with the Project of Significance Award “for their innovative efforts in creating a ‘living lab’ for Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, data collection and analytics, autonomous vehicles, and unique partnerships to fundamentally transform how the City of… Read more
In the second installment of MetroLab’s Innovation of the Month series, Government Technology recognize the city of Atlanta and Georgia Tech University, whose partnership is transforming one of the city’s key transit arteries into a smart cities test bed. Read more on GovTech.
On October 5, the Renew Atlanta team unveiled the redesigned Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST website…