Inclusion: Austin Transportation, Housing & Health
Truly smart cities are using technology for greater equity and access to transportation, housing and healthcare. We explore three specific Austin projects. An Austin digital inclusion project has trained residents in public housing to advocate at Austin City Hall for their transportation needs. A data project is working on a realtime Austin affordable housing database for residents seeking housing. A digital access project will provide Austin's neediest access to doctors via computer or mobile.
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- How can underserved residents use online and mobile technologies to advocate for their transportation needs?
- How can cities use data and online and mobile technologies to provide residents realtime information on available affordable housing?
- How can remote access to doctors be used to provide healthcare access to underserved residents?
- Sherri Greenberg, Clinical Professor, Fellow Max Sherman Chair in State & Local Government, LBJ School of Public Affairs, Univeristy of Texas at Austin
- Catherine Crago, Head of Strategic Initiatives and Resource Development, Housing Authority of the City of Austin
Sherri Greenberg, Clinical Professor, Fellow Max Sherman Chair in State & Local Government, LBJ School of Public Affairs, Univeristy of Texas at Austin
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