Monthly Archives: October 2017

In Case You Missed It: Martin Luther King, Jr. Natatorium Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Recap

On October 30, 2017, the City of Atlanta’s Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST programs and the Department of Parks & Recreation joined Mayor Kasim Reed; Dr. Bernice King; Department of Parks & Recreation Commissioner, Amy Phuong; Renew Atlanta Vertical Program Management Officer, Garfield Peart; and City Council member Natalyn Archibong (District 5), to host the Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation… Read more

Atlanta Looks to Position Itself as a Tech Leader

Chatbots, IoT and self-driving cars are just a few of the ways that Atlanta is ingraining tech into its government fiber. The Renew Atlanta Bond program is working with tech partners to deploy major traffic technology upgrades, including connected traffic signals and the installation of fiber communications, as well exploring opportunities for autonomous and connected vehicles. Read… Read more

ITS Georgia Presents “Project of Significance Award” for Renew Atlanta’s North Avenue Smart Corridor Project

On October 25, 2017, the Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia (ITS Georgia) presented the Renew Atlanta Bond program with the Project of Significance Award “for their innovative efforts in creating a ‘living lab’ for Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, data collection and analytics, autonomous vehicles, and unique partnerships to fundamentally transform how the City of… Read more