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Using tech innovation to advance inclusion: Investing in multimodal transportation (Part 2 of 3)

Mayor Hardie Davis, Jr. of the City of Augusta, discusses the challenges mayors face, shares how investments in multimodal transportation are helping distressed parts of the city.

In this series, three city innovators discuss how they’re using technology to build more inclusive cities:

  • Part 1: (Removed)
  • Part 2: Investing in multimodal transportation (Hardie Davis, Jr, Mayor of Augusta)
  • Part 3: Focusing on digital inclusion (Mike Zeto, VP of IoT, AT&T)

Part 2: Investing in multimodal transportation

Like many cities, the city of Augusta is facing and addressing head on challenges such as vacant properties and depressed neighborhoods. The city is investing aggressively in revitalization initiatives, including a multimodal system of transportation including ridesharing and public transit. Partnerships have been key to driving program success.

Mayor Davis explains how technology partnerships have been critical in helping Augusta, and many cities like it, better serve residents. Watch now!


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