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Baltimore grapples with including poor residents in smart city ambitions

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There’s a particular image Sheri Parks recalls from researching what residents in Baltimore’s low-income neighborhoods want from smart cities technology: children, crowded around school buildings after dismissal, with cellphones out, doing homework because of limited access to fast, reliable Wi-Fi at home or in their neighborhood.

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Panel: Transportation woes hamper Baltimore’s economic development

More bus-only lanes, such as this one already operating on Pratt Street, will help improve Baltimore’s bus service, officials hope. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Baltimore is still licking its wounds from losing the Red Line light rail project, and transportation woes remain a hurdle to economic development in Maryland’s largest city. Nonprofit executives, developers and academics repeatedly discussed the lack of investment in Baltimore’s transportation ...

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Md. counties’ conference touches on transportation, technology and Pokemon

Larry Hogan speaks at MACO in 2014, before he was governor. (The Daily Record / Bryan Sears)

Transportation and technology will be on the minds of many local officials heading to Ocean City for the opening of the Maryland Association of Counties annual convention. And many of those officials will be looking to Gov. Larry Hogan and ...

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