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  1. FirstEnergy's Ohio Utilities File Proposal To Modernize Electric System And Prepare For Smart Technologies

    FirstEnergy Corp.'s (NYSE: FE) Ohio utilities filed a plan today at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) aimed at reducing the frequency and duration of power outages by redesigning and modernizing portions of their distribution system.

  2. Nondestructive Condition Evaluation Of Main Street Bridge Over Chemung River In Elmira, New York By Infrasence

    Infrasense has recently performed a condition evaluation of the bridge deck carrying Main Street over the Chemung River in Elmira, New York.

  3. Honk Expands Parking Operations In Western Canada

    HonkMobile, North America’s fastest and most convenient way to find and pay for parking, today announced a major expansion in Western Canada with the launch of its services in the City of Saskatoon. Honk’s services will transform parking in Saskatoon by allowing motorists to search and pay for parking with the touch of a button, using any internet connected device.

  4. Pittsburgh Selects POSSE Land Management System

    Computronix is pleased to announce that the City of Pittsburgh has chosen POSSE Land Management System (LMS) as an enterprise-wide software solution to manage planning, permitting, inspections, electronic plan review and licensing.

  5. InterDev Helps The City Of Canton, Georgia Modernize Technology Systems And Deploy Advanced GIS Mapping Capabilities

    InterDev, an Atlanta-area provider of information technology, security and geographic information systems (GIS) services, was recently selected by the City of Canton to upgrade its legacy IT and GIS systems. The engagement grew out of an IT and GIS assessment that InterDev was initially contracted to perform for the city.

  6. Conduent Improves Parking Management And Payment Systems In The City Of Santa Fe, N.M.

    Using new online services, residents and tourists in the City of Santa Fe will have an easier way to pay for parking tickets, appeal citations, and request permits. 

  7. Maximizing The Margins: ‘Leftover’ Spaces Can Become Parks Along The Los Angeles River

    As master plans for the Los Angeles River continue to be hotly debated, two new urban parks designed by SWA are quietly suggesting another layer for the development agenda: transforming remnant landscapes along the infrastructural corridor into a coherent necklace of open spaces dedicated to their respective, diverse neighborhoods

  8. LocoMobi Announce Mobile Fee Computer For Parking, Transit And Toll Systems With True Cloud Operability

    LocoMobi is pleased to announce the most advanced device for mobile revenue management and operational control. The Mobile Fee Computer (MFC)

  9. Michael Baker International Awarded $1.5M Contract To Provide On-Call Civil Engineering And Planning Services For Paving Projects In Oakland, California

    Michael Baker International, a global leader in engineering, planning and consulting services, today announced that it has been awarded a $1.5 million contract to provide on-call civil engineering and planning services to restore and enhance roadways across Oakland, California

  10. Cities Of Service Launches Engaged Cities Award For Cities

    Today, Cities of Service launched the Engaged Cities Award, a new recognition program that will elevate city-led strategies that most successfully engage citizens to help create and implement solutions to pressing local problems