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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:39 am
by A m e n r i a
City Name: Karakorum
Nation: Empire of Amenria

Population (2016): didn't exist at the time
Employment (2016): didn't exist at the time

Mayor: Ganbatar Batu Khan

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): built on the ruins of the former Mongol capital, Karakorum is now a centre for civil engineering, and its technological marvels are even more cyberpunk-like than some other Amenrian cities.

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[x]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[x]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[x]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[]Smart Parking optimization
[x]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:36 am
by Neonix
City Name: Castella
Nation: Neonix

Population (2016): 558,000
Employment (2016): 66%

Mayor: Anette Dupont

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):
Castella has seen extraordinary growth since the 1980s, thanks to strong transport links with downtown Neonix as the national economy boomed and middle class families sought more space. As a young city, modern infrastructure and networking were built as the city expanded. The relatively small old town, with a population of around 20,000, is largely protected as one of the few pre-impact cities still surviving, but has nonetheless benefited from modern investments made affordable by an expanded tax base.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport (proximity to Neonix Core International)
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
[X]Electric Bus (though traditional diesel busses exist and are being phased out)
[X]Electric Car Pool System (through private car sharing programs)

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
[X]Radio station;
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
X[]Government hospital
[X]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization (parking is fairly restricted in the nation's urban cores, necessitating information signs, mobile applications, and congestion fees)
[X]Internet of Things enable networks (with adequate security protocols)

PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:51 am
by Oswyn Islands
City Name: Ludvíkshavn
Nation: The Directorate of Oswyn Islands

Population (2016): 200
Employment (2016): 100%

Mayor: Edith Röhr

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Ludvíkshavn is a project that plans to construct a hyper-modern yet traditional city on the southern coast of the island. The city is planned to include above-ground and underground areas, with an efficient public transpiration system, business-friendly design and tourist hotspots. The city is only in its first construction stages, with its name being chosen just before last Christmas. The name includes the current Director-General’s second middle name and the Faroese suffix -havn, meaning “harbour”. The project has been described as incredibly ambitious, but has so far been running smoothly. All listed below are planned to be included if not already constructed.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
[X]Electric Bus
[X]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
[X]Radio station;
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
[X]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimisation
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 8:18 am
by Democratic Exodian Territories
City Name: New Collective City
Nation: Democratic Exodian Territories

Population (2016): Still being built at the time
Employment (2016): Everyone, still being built at the time

Mayor: Alexander Weisser

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Not as much a project as a massive postmodernization effort in a new colony, the entirety of New Collective City was built as a testament to Exodian willpower and innovation. Starting construction in 2015 on Asher Bay, on the west coast of Drarta Island, over half the city was built with the enterprise of a multitude of young, fast-growing companies in under two years, and still grows today, albeit at a much slower rate. The entire area is 1.5x the size of the American New York City, and has influences from urban areas all over the world, such as London, Tokyo, Miami, San Fransisco, Chicago, Paris, Manila, Dubai, and Rio. New Collective City’s iconic Industrial Sector (built on raised platforms above the ocean) boasts a rustic-yet-vibrant dieselpunk feel, while the Trade Sector flaunts cyberpunk-inspired design. The Residential Sector, still under development, is planned to utilize ideas from futurists during the 1990s.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
-New Collective City International Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
-run mainly by Scarlet Line Industries and DelVCorp.
[X]Electric Bus
(Many buses still run on natural gas, though electric buses are growing)
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station
[X]Radio station (Very popular in the area)
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
-Saint Peter Memorial Hospital
-Tansen Memorial Medical Center

[X]Private specialized treatment center
(Too many to list; however, many private hospitals offer nearly all services)

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School (Many, mostly in the Residential Sector)
[X]College
-Guardian College
-Exodian Territories Naval Academy
[]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[]Smart Parking optimization
[]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:47 am
by Panjiang
City Name: Taixiang
Nation: Panjiang

Population (2016): 5,437,990
Employment (2016): 4,429,985

Mayor: Li Wuhan

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Once a collection of seven different towns located at the head of Kuanlong Bay, Taixiang was established following the unification of Panjiang back in 1957. Originally created as an industrial hub for a nation still recovering from a decades-long civil war, slowdowns in industrial output and the rise of the service sector during the 1980s and '90s prompted the Panjingese government to create "Special Innovation and Economic Zones" in five select cities. These zones provided tax incentives for companies willing to invest in their respective cities. Taixing, along with four other cities, was chosen following an intense bidding war on April 1, 2003. Over the next four years, a ten-year development plan was drawn up under the watchful eye of the previous mayor, Yang Liuxian, before officially beginning on September 12, 2008. First elected in 2011 following Yang's retirement, the current mayor, Li Wuhan, has pledged to spend his time in office modernizing the city's largely nonexistent public transportation system and laying the foundations for the nation's most advanced metro system.

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[x]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[x]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 2:54 am
by Mangahhan Super Region
City Name: Mariagrad
Nation: Mangahhan Super Region

Population (2016): 1,086,028 (Mariagrad) 13,283,002 (Capital Area)
Employment (2016): 3,600,000 (Many people commute to Mariagrad to work)

Mayor: Harold Bagramyan

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Smart city with integrated use of public transport. Semi-self sufficient buildings. Home to embassies, offices, govt. agencies, shopping centers and many more.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport (Mangahhan Pangrayanan Airport)
[X]Train (Capital area HSR - under construction)
[X]Metro transit system (7 Rapid Transit lines start or traverse through Mariagrad)
[X]Electric Bus (E-BUS co. - operates 55 Electric buses)
[X]Electric Car Pool System (You can buy electric cars here)

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station, (Home to LeiMSRnet, VATANmn,net)
[X]Radio station; 102,8 MhZ VATANmn, 105,6 MhZ LeiMSRnet and many more
[X]Daily newspape (TheLei, VATANmn Net News)

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital (2 govt hospitals)
[X]Private specialized treatment center (13 clinics, 4 maternal clinics and 18 Dental clinics)

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[]Science Park
[]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:08 am
by Alsbruck
City Name: Leonmarkt
Nation: The Principality of Alsbruck

Population (2016): 37,000
Employment (2016): 97.1%

Mayor: Princess-Consort Helena II Von Giengen

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):
The Neues Leonmarkt-Projekt was conceived in 2013 by Freiherr (Baron) Reichart Hinderofen, a professor at the National University of Alsbruck-Leonmarkt modeling after other more modern smart cities all over the world. Initially developed as a modernization program, it effectively grew into a project to replace the aging public infrastructure found in Leonmarkt which was considered at the time substandard when compared to other national capitals.

The main focus of the project- to modernize Leonmarkt into the 'smart capital' of Leonmarkt, was mostly achieved with construction projects involving civilian workers and 'construction soldiers' of the Fürstliche Wehrmacht. Smart-traffic management systems, Smart Parking optimization and Integrated Public Safety were some of the main goals of the project which were achieved in the five-years that the project had run.

Although rail connection from Leonmarkt to other Alsbruck towns existed, there was no internal rail system within the city. During the project, a 2.5km six-station underground metro transit system was constructed connecting the Leonmarkt-Hildemar Airport to central Leonmarkt, Leonmarkt's suburbrs and the neighbouring town of Trohausen.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
- Fernsehsender Leonsmarkt
- Alsbrucke Fernseh-Rundfunk
[X]Radio station;
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
[]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
- Der Fürstlichforschungs- und Entwicklungskomplex (The Princely Research and Development Complex)
[]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[]Smart City lighting
[]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:50 am
by Xmara
City Name: Zadaled
Nation: Xmara

Population (2016): 350,000
Employment (2016): 85%

Mayor: Rafael Rudaski

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Zadaled is actually a very old city, founded in 1703. In 2003, as part of the city's tricentennial, the city council voted to work on making Zadaled a "true city of the 21st century." The project has been in the works since then and probably won't be finished until 2021.

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[]Science Park
[]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[x]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:10 am
by Baraxia
City Name: Oured
Nation: Baraxia

Population (2016): 11,114,209
Employment (2016): 88.4%

Mayor: Micheal Björnsson

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The Oured Metropolitan 10 year Upgrade, begun in 2008, is a radical project to redesign, modernize and re-imagine the city into an entertainment and technological powerhouse. It is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2018

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[x]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[x]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[x]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[x]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:53 pm
by The Great Western
City Name:Westcastle
Nation:The Great Western

Population (2016):1 million
Employment (2016):800,000

Mayor: Charles Collet

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): A project that the leader designed playing metropolis, with a lot of trains and big buildings in it

Transportation (Please tick):
[✓]Airport
[✓]Train
[✓]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[✓]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[✓]TV Station,
[✓]Radio station;
[✓]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[✓]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[✓]School
[✓]College
[✓]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[✓]Science Park
[✓]R&D Center
[✓]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[✓]Integrated Public safety
[✓]Smart City lighting
[✓]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[✓]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 8:15 pm
by Bagong Luzon
City Name: Manila
Nation: New Luzon

Population (2016): 1.8 million (City of Manila alone); 28 million (including the Royal Capital Realm)
Employment (2016): 97.7% (City of Manila alone); 94.8% (Royal Capital Realm)

Mayor: Alfredo II, Viscount Lim of the Royal City of Manila

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The Metropolitan Smart Project (MetroSmart) began in 2009 and had the explicit goal of creating "a model Realm worthy of being the capital of the Kingdom."

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport - The Manila International Airport is located in the City of Pasay, part of the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]Train - Four train lines service the Royal Capital Realm; of those four, two expand coverage to the immediate vicinity of the Royal Capital Realm, with one of those (the Royal Philippine Railway) going as far as the Duchy of Bicol in the south and the Royal Duchy of Ilocos in the north. A fifth train line is under construction and is expected to include within its coverage the Marquisate of Bulacan.
[X]Metro transit system - Like the train lines, the Metro transit bus lines service the Royal Capital Realm and its immediate vicinity.
[X]Electric Bus - Electric buses have since replaced the iconic jeepney as the dominant method of public transportation; the last passenger jeepney plying its route in the Royal Capital Realm ceased operations in 2015.
[X]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station - Multiple, all within the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]Radio station - Multiple, all within the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]Daily newspaper - Multiple, all within the Royal Capital Realm.

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]Private specialized treatment center - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]College - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]University - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park - The Royal University of the Philippines Science Park is located in Quezon City, part of the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]R&D Center - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.
[X]Innovation Hub - Multiple across the Royal Capital Realm.

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 8:11 pm
by Fuyuen
City Name: Dokyo
Nation: Fuyuen

Population (2017): 13,245,000
Employment (2017): 10,780,000

Mayor: Mr. Masao Takeshino

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):

Transportation (Please tick):
[√]Airport
[√]Train
[√]Metro transit system
[√]Electric Bus
[√]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[√]TV Station,
[√]Radio station;
[√]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[√]Government hospital
[√]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[√]School
[√]College
[√]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[√]Science Park
[√]R&D Center
[√]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[√]Smart-Traffic management
[√]Integrated Public safety
[√]Smart City lighting
[√]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[√]Smart Waste management
[√]Smart Parking optimization
[√]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 9:53 pm
by Sadakoyama
City Name: Academy City
Nation: Sadakoyama

Population (2016): more than 30 million
Employment (2016): 87%

Mayor: N/A. The city is run jointly by the Academy City Board of Directors, comprised of representatives from the Departments headquartered within the city.

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): There isn't a single unified project; it has organically grown from the cumulative results of dozens of independent projects.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport: we have one international airport on a constructed island just offshore of the city proper, for the use of international flights for tourists. There is no domestic air travel within the country. The airport is run by a Synthetic Intelligence.
[X]Train: There is another SI that operates the national Mag-Lev Monorail, with the primary hub in AC.
[X]Metro transit system:
[X]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
All of our communications are satellite based and implemented through auspices of our state-owned internet system
[]TV Station,
[]Radio station;
[]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital: all healthcare is socialized and all healthcare facilities are teaching+research hospitals under the authority of the University.
[]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University: Our government and entire society is synonymous with our education system.

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 11:46 pm
by Arkeyana
City Name: Aquarius
Nation: Arkeyana, the Angellus Ascendancy to be precise

Population (2016): 1,000,000,119
Employment (2016): 100%

Mayor: Current Head of Station: Arluk Siquaria

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Aquarius is an Angellus Ringworld completed about Terran Year 1947 C.E, it remains fully operational to this day and has many functions ranging from Factory to Defense platform.

Transportation (Please tick):
[]Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
[]Radio station;
[]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
[]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 12:00 am
by Palmyrion
City Name: New Dumangas
Nation: Royal Palmyrian Commonwealth

Population (2016): 8 million
Employment (2016): 45% Labor Force Participation

Mayor: Taylor Angeli Cordero

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):
The project aims to reconstruct and revitalize the city of Dumangas as a planned community for 16 million people - twice the people it used to house before and during the Ultranationalist Secession War (1992-present), and a reflection of the bustling economic hub it once was. The planned community is nearly 25% done, with the port area reconstructed, the New Dumangas International Airport constructed in place of the old Dumangas Airport, and minor but groundbreaking successes in the construction of its residential and industrial zones, as well as major successes in integrating current military logistics facilities into the planned community's transportation system. The project is ongoing despite small pockets of fighting erupting every now and then between Palmyrion-allied military and paramilitary forces vs. the Ultranationalist Army of Palmyrion.


Transportation (Please tick):
[/]Airport
[/]Train
[/]Metro transit system
[/]Electric Bus
[/]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[/]TV Station,
[/]Radio station;
[/]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[/]Government hospital
[/]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[/]School
[/]College
[/]University - reconstruction, revitalization, and upgrade of SUCs by the state

Research facilities (Please tick):
[/]Science Park
[/]R&D Center
[/]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[/]Smart-Traffic management
[/]Integrated Public safety
[/]Smart City lighting
[/]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[/]Smart Waste management
[/]Smart Parking optimization
[/]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:59 pm
by Steelbaron
City Name: Claybrooke
Nation: Steelbaron

Population (2016): 9,253
Employment (2016): 86%

Mayor: Dr. Rafael K von Spoonbreck

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The city of Claybrooke was built on the banks of a modest natural harbor and is truly a technological curiosity. Its wonder is matched by the backdrop of mighty mountains which have helped shape the city to what it is today. The skyline is crowded with impressive skyscrapers and they have aspects which represent their past, present, and future. Daily life isn't too stressful in Claybrooke and it has attracted a lot of attention. New cultures have left their mark not just on business, but also upon the city's identity. It's this multicultural identity that has truly left its mark. Hundreds of theme restaurants, diners, and ethnic restaurants offer a plethora of culinary choices and those who feel hungry for something else can enjoy dance, concerts, water sports or one of the many other recreational venues.

Transportation (Please tick):
[]Airport
[]Train
[√]Metro transit system
[√]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[]TV Station,
[]Radio station;
[√]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[√]Government hospital
[√]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[√]School
[√]College
[]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[]Science Park
[√]R&D Center
[]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[√]Smart-Traffic management
[]Integrated Public safety
[√]Smart City lighting
[]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[√]Smart Waste management
[]Smart Parking optimization
[√]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:56 pm
by New Transeurasia
City Name: Kaluga Smart City
Nation: New Transeurasia

Population (2016): 56,380,793
Employment (2016): 31,188,770

Mayor: Ivan Viktorov

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Kaluga Smart City was built in the late 1990s to help with the growth of Kaluga city. It was built to house about 70 million people. Parking spots are placed on transparent asphalt to show screens underneath to allow for nodifiable parking spaces. Parking spaces give cars 1m between them and other cars. There are shops on most buildings, and general roads other than bus stops and parking spaces use a shared space design.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system
[X]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
[X]Radio station;
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
[]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 12:46 am
by Hampton Bays
City Name: Providence
Nation: Hampton Bays

Population (2016): 179,219
Employment (2016): 93.5% (of those actively looking for work/working)

Mayor: Gina Raimondo

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):
In 2009 Providence received 1.1B (significant for a small city) in smart grants (collectively the BaySmart program) from the federal government and private companies. The city was aging and the economy was slowing but the BaySmart program provided the opportunity to attract (finance related) start ups and other young talent to Providence - while maintaining the high society, expensive feel of the city. All infrastructure upgrades were officially completed in 2015 and the electric metro transit system was entirely disabled in 2017 as busses failed to fill beyond 30% occupancy. Today, the city has a much more youthful feel and a healthy population growth rate. Start ups popped up across the city with 87% being finance or medical related. The government hopes to implement smart technology on a similar scale in 6-8 more major cities within the next 50 years.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
[X]Train
[]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[X]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station,
[X]Radio station;
[X]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital
[X]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School
[X]College
[X]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management
[X]Integrated Public safety
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 7:53 am
by Frievolk
City Name: Berun
Nation: Frievolk

Population (2018): 780,235
Employment (2018): 94.5% of the eligible population (older than 18 and younger than 60)

Mayor: Imperial Princess Gertrude, Duchess of Berun, Heir Apparent to the Throne of the Empire and Glory of the Crown

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The Schlaustadtprogramm (Smart City Program) of Berun began in 2011, at the behest of HIH Gertrude while she was still studying in the University of Geneva. With a low population and a relatively well-planned infrastructure, Gertrude's programm succeeded in attracting intelligent young talent to Berun, focusing on making the city fit to be the Capital of an Empire such as Frievolk. The Infratructure upgrades were officially completed in early 2018, by the time Gertrude had returned to assume her office.

Transportation (Please tick):
[√]Airport
[]Train
[√]Metro transit system
[√]Electric Bus
[√]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[√]TV Station,
[√]Radio station;
[√]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[√]Government hospital
[√]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[√]School
[√]College
[√]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[]Science Park
[√]R&D Center
[√]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[√]Smart-Traffic management
[]Integrated Public safety
[√]Smart City lighting
[√]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[√]Smart Waste management
[√]Smart Parking optimization
[√]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:49 pm
by Coconut Palm Island
City Name: Largo Beach (Nation's Capital)
Nation: The Kingdom of Coconut Palm Island

Population (2016): 2.2 million or so (of the 11.5 million total as of 2016)
Employment (2016): CPI Employment Index- 97.2% (This means that 98.2% of all people between 20 and 60, NOT including college students and those unable/unwilling to work, have employment for 20 or more hours a week.)

Mayor: Lucy Fry

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The King at the time, King Paul, wanted to create a world-class capital city, one where tourists, college students, professionals, and retirees can thrive. Largo Beach was chosen for its large stretches of beach, and its relatively flat land. From 1990 to 1995, the city was built, and in late 1995, the Royal Palace was moved to the new capital. In 2001, when King Paul retired and the Senate confirmed King Alexander (his son), King Alexander endorsed Lucy Fry to be Mayor, effectively securing her election. He challenged her to "make Largo Beach the most luxurious tourist destination in the world. The King put a lot of trust In 2002, Largo Beach University was opened in Largo Beach. It now has over 50,000 students, many of whom have part time jobs as tour guides, hotel employees, etc. Largo Beach University (LBU) is considered the best university on the Island, and focuses on science (although it has excellent business and are programs). LBU also is home to one of the world's best hospitals. In 2016, the King and Mayor Fry got together to update the city again, hoping to add another hospital, and a university focused more on business.

Transportation (Please tick):
[X]Airport
[X]Train
[X]Metro transit system- monorails go through many buildings, subway system
[X]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[X]TV Station, (many)
[X]Radio station; (many)
[X]Daily newspaper (home to the Coconut Palm Island Journal, the biggest newspaper on the Island)

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[X]Government hospital (World-class facility, specializing in mental/behavioral health and trauma surgery, as well as good stroke/heart/respiratory facilities. World-leader in tropical disease research).
[X]Private specialized treatment center (As government healthcare is good and free, less than 10% of the people go to private treatment centers. Most of the patients go there for less wait times.)

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[X]School- 9 elementary schools, 7 intermediate schools, 5 high schools
[X]College- Community college
[X]University- Largo Beach University, best on Island. Teaches sciences mainly, specializing in medicine, psychology, engineering, technology, and chemistry.

Research facilities (Please tick):
[X]Science Park
[X]R&D Center
[X]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[X]Smart-Traffic management- Centrally controlled stoplights and virtual speed limit signs, speed limit controlled based on traffic and weather
[X]Integrated Public safety- Every street light has a button to call police, and flashes blue is attention is needed. Speed limit signs, street lights, etc. all show the color of the current threat level (green, yellow, orange, or red).
[X]Smart City lighting
[X]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[X]Smart Waste management
[X]Smart Parking optimization
[X]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:43 am
by Lillorainen
City Name: Ladenburg
Nation: Lillorainen

Population (2016): 2,133,037
Employment (2016): 94.43%

Mayor: Charlotte Frings

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): Out of many Smart City projects, Ladenburg is the one with the longest history of city planning - when parts of it had to be rebuilt after the 1970s Unification War, the authorities focussed on a new urban image with maximum efficiency. Also, science and culture got promoted; the University of Ladenburg got extended and a number of research facilities got established. Much of this received funding by the state government of the Rathland and, after the founding of the Federation of Lillorainen in 1981, also by the Federal government. An internet hub got established in 1989, as one of the first ones in Lillorainen. By the late 2010s, a metro system got built up, and the national airport of Ladenburg/Theede is being extended to become the sixth international airport of Lillorainen.
Since the 2018 Ministers' Conference for Regional Planning, Ladenburg is officially the largest city of the Metropolregion Ostrathland-Sielrath, which strengthens the city's cooperation with its surroundings.
It is also in a relative central position within the Lillorainian territory, being the easternmost metropolis of the western main island. Therefore, it is also a traffic hub, connected by the following highways:
    A4 - Lillorainen's most important east-west highway, connecting all major cities of the state,
    A30 - orbital highway around the city,
    A33 - a direct connection to the northern east coast,
    A46 - another east-west highway touching the city's territory,
    A49 - a direct connection to the north shore,
    A59 - one of the highways connecting the north shore with the south shore (going through neighboring Theede),
    A68 - a direct connection to the west coast (again via Theede),
    A69 - another direct connection to the south shore.

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[x]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[x]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[x]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[x]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:10 am
by The Biggles Syndicate
City Name: Fission City
Nation: The Biggles Syndicate

Population (2016): (Since I don't exist until the early 2300s, I'll put the current number): 25,000,000
Employment (2016): 98%

Mayor: Donald Robertson

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):

Transportation (Please tick):
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[x]TV Station,
[x]Radio station;
[x]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[x]Government hospital
[x]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[x]School
[x]College
[x]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[x]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[x]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:45 am
by Dhaall
City Name:Dhaallia
Nation:Dhaall

Population : 261 million
Employment : 90%

Mayor: Hon. Sigrud de Voos.



[x]Transportation (Please tick):[/u]
[x]Airport
[x]Train
[x]Metro transit system
[x]Electric Bus
[x]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
TV Station,
[u]Radio station;
[u]Daily newspaper

[x]Medical facilities (Please tick):

[x]Government hospital
[/]Private specialized treatment center

[x]Educational facilities (Please tick):[/u]
[x]School - Dhaallian public school services
[/]College
[x]University - Dhaall Uni.

[x]Research facilities (Please tick):[/u]
[x]Science Park
[x]R&D Center
[x]Innovation Hub

[x]Smart Cities Initiatives[/u]
[x]Smart-Traffic management
[x]Integrated Public safety
[x]Smart City lighting
[x]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[x]Smart Waste management
[x]Smart Parking optimization
[x]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 4:38 am
by Pan-Asiatic States
City Name: Metropolitan Neo-Manila City
Nation: The Federation of Pan-Asiatic States

Population (2016): 2,996,133
Employment (2016): 96.73%

Mayor: Maria Agnes Funacier-Benedicto

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional): The city is a reconstruction of pre-war Maynila, which had previously been annihilated by nuclear Sakuradite bombs dropped by the Soviets during the Japanese invasion. When efforts to revitalize the national economy began, the vision of a new era born from technological progress rather than traditional factory labor emerged as the city's overall long-term objective.

Transportation (Please tick):
[ X ]Airport
[ X ]Train
[]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[ X ]TV Station,
[ X ]Radio station;
[ X ]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[ X ]Government hospital
[ PRIVATE SECTOR ABOLISHED ]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[ X ]School
[ X ]College
[ X ]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[ X ]Science Park
[ X ]R&D Center
[ X ]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[ X ]Smart-Traffic management
[ X ]Integrated Public safety
[ X ]Smart City lighting
[ X ]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[ X ]Smart Waste management
[ X ]Smart Parking optimization
[ X ]Internet of Things enable networks

PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 7:00 am
by Nusalia
City Name: Girikulon
Nation: Nusalia

Population (2016): 11,060,300
Employment (2016): 6,121,840

Mayor: Mr. Anis Matta

Brief Description and Status of Project (optional):

Transportation (Please tick):
[√]Airport
[√]Train
[√]Metro transit system
[]Electric Bus
[√]Electric Car Pool System

Communications (Please tick):
[√]TV Station,
[√]Radio station;
[√]Daily newspaper

Medical facilities (Please tick):
[√]Government hospital
[√]Private specialized treatment center

Educational facilities (Please tick):
[√]School
[√]College
[√]University

Research facilities (Please tick):
[√]Science Park
[√]R&D Center
[√]Innovation Hub

Smart Cities Initiatives
[√]Smart-Traffic management
[√]Integrated Public safety
[√]Smart City lighting
[√]Smart Pollution/ environment control
[√]Smart Waste management
[√]Smart Parking optimization
[√]Internet of Things enable networks