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A delegation led by Mayor John Tory visited Tel Aviv and Ramallah to learn about fostering a startup culture, according to the City of Toronto.
A new Accessible Cycling Complex backed by the municipality features access to disabled-friendly bike lanes, the Times of Israel reports.
Dubai, Doha and Tel Aviv are among the cities embracing sensors, mobile apps and smart meters, the World Economic Forum reports.
Mayor Rubik Danilovich is on a mission to transform this Israeli desert outpost into a beehive of innovation and entrepreneurship, Forbes reports.
The planned city of 100,000 aims to offer low-cost energy and telecommunications services delivered by the municipality, the Times of Israel reports.
A museum exhibition in Holon, Israel, explores creative ways to add shade to urban public squares, the Times of Israel reports.
The smartphone app developed by an Israeli startup allows for real-time readouts of pollution levels for cities and individual blocks, Fast Company reports.
Rawabi is meant to be a quiet, tree-lined city for a growing middle class, but its future is mired in regional tensions, the BBC reports.
The new dormitory space helps Sderot address its shortage of affordable student housing, Jetson Green reports.
An innovative urban renewal program in Israel provides students with low-cost housing in exchange for mentoring local children, Green Prophet reports.
The mayor of the small city in Israel will serve as a senior adviser to the megacity in China, SmartPlanet reports.
Ready for an egg-shaped two-seater that hurtles through the city on a maglev track? It’s coming, reports World Architecture News.