Exploding demand for curb space in urban areas has inspired new technologies like "digital smart zones" that help cities manage those narrow but increasingly valuable tracts of real estate.
America’s municipalities have always been test labs for innovation. As the pandemic begins to ebb in the U.S., we look at a handful of programs that proponents hope will spread across the country.
A pilot program shows that any size city can leverage smart technology to gather data and monetize the curb.
Projects to better manage curbsides in several cities continue to mine data used to transform curbsides from a place of uncontrolled parking to a more dynamic flow of delivery and other vehicles.
A veteran of municipal transportation regulation advises ride-hail companies on how to make cities into friends, not foes.