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Jonathan Maus: Metro terminates ‘smart city’ data project meant to help count bikes

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Jonathan Maus: Metro terminates ‘smart city’ data project meant to help count bikes editor_iot 27/02/2021 – 08:28

…”A data project billed as the “next generation urban planning tool” that involved over two years of negotiations between Metro, TriMet, the City of Portland, and Google-owner Alphabet has crashed-and-burned.
On Saturday, Red Tail Media reported that a contract between Metro and Sidewalk Labs to develop the Replica tool for regional use been officially terminated. “A city tech project in Portland with the Sidewalk Labs spin-off leads to accusations, data disputes and ‘damaged trust’” reads the headline, which was then picked up by the BBC on Tuesday.”


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