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By Elizabeth Madison. Cities and states across the country are engaged in an ongoing debate regarding the use of photo red light cameras at traffic intersections. At the root of this conversation is the fundamental question: Do photo red light ...

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By Josh Stephens. In the catalog of things near which people do not like to live, airports seem to rank just below smelting plants and abattoirs and, ever so slightly, above nuclear waste dumps and mine fields. While American airlines ...

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By Nicole DuPuis. What is the difference between broadband service provided to residents of Danville, Vir., Chattanooga, Tenn., San Leandro, Calif. and service in other similar communities across the country? Speed. Price. Coverage. Why is this the case? It’s simple: ...

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Having your city selected for deployment of Google Fiber has many of the same subsequent effects as the development of a municipally owned network. By Nicole Dupuis. Google has built itself securely into our everyday lives. Between Google mail, Google ...

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As cities experience an influx of new residents looking for a car-free lifestyle, reliability and predictability of public transportation becomes an essential amenity. Long gone are the days of a paper timetable updated on a quarterly basis. Tools such as ...

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