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Using Data to Inform Public Policy Decisions: Driving evidence-based urban development in Dublin (Part 2 of 3)

How Dublin uses a holistic approach to city planning to drive evidence-based urban development.

In this three part video series, three city innovators discuss using data to inform public policy decisions in cities:

Part 1: Advancing Inclusion in Erie, PA (Matt Wachter, Vice President, Erie Downtown Development Corporation)
Part 2: Driving evidence-based urban development (Nicola Graham, Operations Manager, Dublin City Council)
Part 3: Planning cities with data visualization tools (Rohini Sengupta, Risk Analyst, Willis Towers Watson)

Part 2: Driving evidence-based urban development

In an effort to get smart about how it serves it’s citizens, Dublin has developed a holistic approach to city planning using data and insights to drive evidence-based urban development.

Nicola Graham, Operations Manager at Smart Dublin, shares why it took good partnerships to co-design the solutions they needed to maintain their leading global city status. Watch now!


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