Columbus, Ohio is named Smart Cities Dive’s city of 2018

Columbus, Ohio has been named City of the Year in the Smart Cities Dive website’s awards for its work on transit and electrification.

The US city won the US Department of Transportation’s inaugural Smart City Challenge two years ago – and is rolling out a variety of smart city-related programmes.

Smart Cities Dive said the city’s “biggest area of progress this year” has been its increased reliance on electric vehicles (EVs), including in its bus fleet and other government vehicles.


Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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