Via On-Demand Rideshare Among Three Arlington Projects Up for Smart Cities Award
By Office of Communication
Posted on March 19, 2018, March 19, 2018


Arlington's Via on-demand rideshare pilot program is one of the City's three projects up for recognition in the IDC Government Insights 2018 Smart Cities North America Awards.

The City of Arlington has been selected as a finalist in three categories for the IDC Government Insights 2018 Smart Cities North America Awards.

Arlington residents can help The American Dream City receive recognition for these innovative initiatives by voting in an online poll that is open from now through Thursday, April 5. Winning projects, which will be announced April 9, will be determined by a public voting process and an international team of experts. Click here to vote for Arlington's projects (Categories 2, 7 and 11.)

Arlington's Finalist Projects:

  • Arlington On-Demand Rideshare Service - Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, Public Transit, Ride-Hailing/Ride-Sharing category.
  • Arlington Operations and Asset Management Platform - Administration category
  • Arlington Cooper Street Connected Vehicle Pilot Project - Emergency Management category

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