A new study claims the COVID-19 pandemic is creating a chance for cities to enhance their public transportation. But will lawmakers seize the opportunity?
Telehealthcare has increasingly grown popular amongst patients. COVID-19 has only bolstered its popularity to the point it will remain an option after.
In February, the Trump administration and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) started waiving procurement regulations in order to speed up the construction of the U.S./Mexico border wall. According to the DHS, eliminating procurement regulations will allow 177 miles of wall to be built more quickly in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and…
One enterprise that has been popping up across the United States is peer-to-peer car sharing. This is when ordinary people rent out their personal vehicles for other people to drive for a duration of time. As this form of car-sharing becomes more prominent in our society, it’s no surprise that…
LAs the U.S. healthcare system reevaluates it’s care delivery system to provide better accessibility and improved patient health outcomes; there is one area of medical care that is becoming popular. Mobile health clinics are exactly how they sound. Instead of visiting a doctor’s office or health center to receive care,…
Drone delivery has been all the buzz ever since Amazon began private trials in England, and the first customer delivery by drone recently took place. While Amazon is at the forefront of beta testing their drone delivery service, many other businesses can benefit from automated delivery. The FAA recently released…
Currently, the cannabis industry has a hard time accessing banking operations as only about 30 banks have accepted cannabis-based companies.
In the 2008 financial crisis, the construction industry had to stop a lot of production, which resulted in a construction labor shortage.
Taxi drivers are suffering especially since rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft took a fair share of the transportation market. Additionally, another factor that has played a role in the hardship of taxi drivers in New York City are the medallions.
Cities in the United States are shifting away from using traditional centralized energy generation to microgrids; a smarter more flexible energy resource.
Today, there are many economic factors that affect patients' ability to gain access to healthcare, however, insufficient medical transportation is proving to be a big factor.
Whether you have seen it being discussed in the news, have watched an ad, or live in a city where it’s already being utilized, 5G is present in our lives.
Local governments are now considering sustainability issues when monitoring construction development and are requiring companies to use green construction.
With growing technology comes more opportunity for a data breach that compromises financial information.
Cities & towns are constantly changing their alcohol rules and laws. You can stay updated on council meetings with Agenda Discovery.
PFA’s have been around since the 1940s, yet recently, companies have been dealing with the aftermath of their destruction.
California is the most recent state to vote for open access internet, despite the Federal Trade Commission’s repeal earlier this year.
Americans are seeing the highest minimum wage increases in history. So how did we get here? Cue our nation’s state and local governments.
A smart city is a city that utilizes IoT for the management of its core systems like transportation, parking, crime, and more.
Americans purchased 11 billion plastic bottles in 2018 & only one-fifth was recycled. That means 8.8 billion plastic bottles were left in the environment.