The City of Boston's "Imagine Boston 2030," a growth and modernization strategy, will monitor progress with a suite of analytics. This is according to an article in StateScoop.Imagine Boston's executive director Rebekah Emanuel, Imagine Bostons executive director, expressed excitement about the city being able to measure progress in its respond to public needs:
In a little bit, were going to be launching a pretty amazing data dashboard that will allow you to look at all of our city metrics and allow you to cut those different ways to let you know how were doing, Emanuel said. In the first year it will have baseline data, which has motivated us to take all this action, and in subsequent years youll be able to see how this is changing.
The city will rely on new technologies to address such issues as transportation, climate change, and housing shortages. and income and education inequality,Read StateScoop's Imagine Boston 2030 Presents Guidepost for Data-Driven Planning.As always, if youhavequestions about buying or selling Boston real estate, please call me at617-584-9790, orsend me an email via the linkbelow.
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