Peachtree Corners recently received a Smart 50 Award in the ‘Mobility’ category from Smart Cities Connect for its plans to build an intelligent mobility and smart city laboratory. The award recognizes cities that are developing and adopting smart technology solutions to improve their communities.
Construction of the city’s living laboratory, named Curiosity™ Lab at Peachtree Corners, began in early March and will consist of a 1.5-mile test track on a section of Technology Parkway within Technology Park Atlanta.
“We are extremely pleased that the city has been recognized for its plans to develop Curiosity™ Lab at Peachtree Corners,” said City Manager Brian Johnson. “It will be an asset to the innovation community and provide economic development opportunities for Peachtree Corners.”
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