The City of Fredericton is putting the finishing touches on its final submission to Canada's Smart Cities Challenge — with high hopes of winning $10 million.
Fredericton's entry will focus on ways to better serve members of the community and improve access to city services.
They're doing this by expanding the city's digital infrastructure and building a data base.
"It's about understanding and gathering data," said Adam Bell, a city staff member who is leading Fredericton's entry.
Bell spoke at Monday night's council-in-committee meeting, providing an update on Fredericton's entry.
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