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Google’s Sidewalk Lans Partners with 17 Cities on Tech, Apps & Moving People Around

The Washington Post reports, “Seventeen U.S. cities have partnered with a Washington-based transportation group and Google’s Sidewalk Labs to figure out how best to tap technology to get people around more smoothly – and help tune up local communities in the process.” The post Google’s Sidewalk Lans Partners with 17 Cities on Tech, Apps & Moving People Around appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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