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The history of the City of Chamblee, incorporated in 1908, is closely linked with the development and use of modern transportation in the United States.

In the early 20th century, the...
If you think Atlanta traffic is bad now, a recent UN study predicts that 70 percent of the world’s population will be living in urban areas by 2050. That’s a lot of cars on the roads come 5 o’clock. Or maybe not.  

What will happen when our cities are too hot to control and live in, can we manage? Researchers, city officials, entrepreneurs, industry specialists, and journalists from across the country...

What will the world look like when we’re no longer in the driver’s seat? Researchers, city officials, entrepreneurs, and journalists from across the country gathered at Georgia Tech on...
Georgia Healthy Cities, a Neighborhood Nexus project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s...
Ellen Dunham-Jones, Professor, School of Architecture; Director, Urban Design Program, Georgia Institute of Technology
Heaven or Hell? The Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Urban Form...
On Friday, November 2, Georgia Tech’s School of Civil & Environmental Engineering along with the Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation Initiative hosted a day long Smart City Digital Twin...
On Tuesday, October 30, the City of Albany, along with a team from Georgia Tech hosted a day-long engagement workshop in Albany as part of the Georgia Smart Communities Challenge. In June of 2018,...
The Civic Data Science program at Georgia Tech is an NSF REU site that supports a 10-week immersive research experience for undergraduate students interested in contributing to the developing field...
SCII: Tell us a little about yourself.
Mashariki: I am currently the head of Urban Analytics at ESRI. My B.S., M.S., and doctorate are in computer science, and...

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