This year, infrastructure week means more than it has in years past. For starters, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)—a once-in-a-generation investment—was passed, along with other bills and initiatives that are funneling spending resources into the...

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There may be no city in America that loves trees more than Philadelphia. More than 10 percent of Philadelphia’s land area—16 square miles—is home to the largest managed urban park system in the world. With...

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Without a healthy environment, our communities and the basic infrastructure within them would cease to function. The work done by utility organizations, local governments, and infrastructure owners is critically important. Day in and day out,...

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Learn.Trimble.com is the training platform that houses all of Cityworks’ training material and resources. Whether you’re new to Cityworks or are an experienced administrator, the Learn.Trimble platform has something for everyone. Growing your team’s Cityworks...

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We talked with two of our colleagues at ITpipes—Cori Criss, founder and CEO, and Mark Grabowski, business development manager—about the future of water and wastewater management. Q: You’ve been working with GIS and asset management...

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The City of Round Rock, Texas, serves a population of 135,000 people. Like most communities this size, they receive a steady amount of resident-submitted service requests. The city has employed the use of Cityworks eURLs,...

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Lauren Walcott is always seeking new ways to streamline work and maximize resourcesfor the City of Westminster, Colorado. She works as the infrastructure asset management coordinator for the Department of Public Works and Utilities, which...

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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is the largest water and power utility in the United States, serving over 4 million people across an area of more than 460 square miles. The...

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There has been renewed interest in infrastructure on Capitol Hill. A handful of new bills and packages aim to increase funding for infrastructural improvements in the U.S., ranging from water and wastewater to roads and...

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Everyone deserves access to safe transportation options, whether they are driving, walking, riding a bike, or using public transit. Yet data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control show that more than 36,000 people in...

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