City of Tomorrow: Pittsburgh

Ford and Dell Technologies teamed up to launch the City of Tomorrow challenge in the cities of Miami, Pittsburgh, and Grand Rapids, inviting submissions of ideas to solve the cities’ mobility issues. Here are some of the ideas that were submitted for Pittsburgh. To find out who won and learn more about the challenge go to https://challenges.cityoftomorrow.com.

City of Tomorrow: Miami

Ford and Dell Technologies teamed up to launch the City of Tomorrow challenge in the cities of Miami, Pittsburgh, and Grand Rapids, inviting submissions of ideas to solve the cities’ mobility issues. Here are some of the ideas that were submitted for Miami. To find out who won and learn more about the challenge go to https://challenges.cityoftomorrow.com.

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