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The Smart Cities Dive Outlook on 2023

In the year ahead, city leaders will continue to face economic headwinds while tackling the housing shortage, rethinking land use, dealing with changes in travel behavior and implementing federal spending programs to electrify and decarbonize cars, buses and buildings.

included in this trendline
  • 4 trends that could shape smart cities in the year ahead
  • How green building policy could evolve
  • To close budget gaps, transit agencies face hard decisions in 2023
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Produced by our team of award-winning journalists, the Smart Cities Dive Outlook for 2023 can help you and your organization navigate the road ahead in the smart cities industry.
Davide Savenije Editor-in-Chief at Industry Dive.