In 2022, cities will continue to find innovative ways to address new and existing challenges exasperated by the pandemic, including crime, growing inequality, traffic fatalities, labor shortages and extreme weather.
The Smart Cities Dive editors are watching numerous trends in city leaders' responses to these issues. Among their efforts, we expect them to continue pushing and preparing for the electrification of cars, buses and buildings. They will continue balancing micromobility options to help residents move around cities safely and efficiently. And they will continue to build resilience into their planning and harness data to solve complex challenges.
Read on for Smart Cities Dive's detailed coverage of these growing trends.