Current Headlines

  1. Civitas/W-Designed Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park Opens On Tampa Florida’s Hillsborough River

    Conceived as a “park for everyone,” Tampa, Florida’s new Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park welcomed thousands in a dynamic “Riverfront Rock” weekend grand opening celebration.

  2. St. Petersburg Boosts City Operations, Public Safety Initiatives, Citizen Experience, And Disaster Preparedness With Pure Storage

    St. Petersburg, Florida, the second largest city in the Tampa Bayregion, is transforming city operations and improving crime-fighting systems with Pure Storage.

  3. Local Communities To Receive Record $552.8M In PILT

    U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced recently that over 1,900 local governments around the country will receive $552.8M in Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding for 2018.

  4. TerraGo Releases New Version Of Smart Streetlights Application Platform

    TerraGo, a leading provider of mobile workforce collaboration solutions, announced today the availability of a new version of TerraGo Streetlights, a platform designed specifically for smart streetlight projects with an ever-growing list of field-tested, customer-driven and customizable features that help accelerate savings and lower full lifecycle support costs.

  5. C Spire Introduces Free Public Safety Data Priority Service For Emergency First Responders' Critical Mobile Data Communications

    With the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season just underway, C Spire is introducing a new public safety data priority service today designed to help local and state emergency first responders send and receive critical mobile data communications during a crisis or natural disaster.

  6. Five Important Things To Consider Before Selecting A Civil Engineering Partner

    Now that the temperatures are starting to rise, businesses all over Utah and the Western U.S. are breaking ground on new civil engineering projects. McNeil Engineering, a Sandy, Utah-based engineering firm, is taking this time to remind business owners that scams abound, so it's important to ask any potential civil engineering partner these five simple questions.

  7. Trafficware Delivers Smart Signal Controller

    After more than a year in research and development, customer focus groups, and input from renown industrial design teams, Trafficware debuts its Smart City ready, Advanced Traffic Controller (ATC), branded COMMANDER, at this year’s 2018 Intelligent Transportation Society of America’s Annual Meeting. Demonstrations will be available in Booth 310.

  8. $1.3M Shor Park Improvement Project Groundbreaking Held Today

    Ground was broken today at Shor Park, signifying that the Clermont County Park District’s $1.3 million improvement project is underway. The 56-acre park is at 4659 Tealtown Road in Milford, east of Cincinnati.

  9. Ruckus Networks Launches New Specialty Wi-Fi Access Points For Smart Cities, Stadiums And Public Transportation

    Ruckus Networks, an ARRIS company, today announced the availability of two new 802.11ac Wave 2 access points (APs) designed to provide Wi-Fi coverage in space-constrained sites and in hard-to-reach areas.

  10. Utility Watchdog Highlights Legal Cost Of Water Pollution

    Who should bear the cost burden when a water utility is sued over pollution? A recent saga featuring Carolina Water Service raises this question.