RPA Regional Assembly: Innovation and the Global City
If they are to succeed, cities, like businesses, must continually innovate.
Municipalities large and small from around the world are adopting new technologies and new management systems to improve their ability to attract economic growth, manage precious natural resources and improve the quality of life of their residents.
RPA’s 2011 Regional Assembly, “Innovation and the Global City,” will explore what global cities, from Singapore to London, and from Stockholm to New York, are doing to remain competitive on the world stage.
Notable breakout sessions:
- Strategies to Manage Congestion
- New Collaborations for Sustainability
- High-Speed Rail in America
- Energy Infrastructure as Economic Driver
- Innovative Infrastructure Finance
- Smart Cities, Smart Citizens