Area leaders spoke Tuesday at the Digital Inclusion Forum, a series about the consequences of San Antonio's digital divide and how to bridge the gap.
The Central Business District has been earmarked to test innovative lighting solutions and parking accessibility and enforcement.
As so-called "smart cities" across the U.S. explore opportunities to deliver more services over the internet, they also expose city infrastructure to cybersecurity threats– and San Antonio is no exception, local experts say.
In pursuit of the City's goal of reaching 4,000 miles of fiber-optic cable, more SA neighborhoods are being equipped with ultra-fast internet access.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year's end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
San Antonio residents age 65 and older might not be taking advantage of a common-sense property tax exemption. The City wants to change that.