Identity & Culture : A Smart City has a unique identity, which distinguishes it from all other cities, based on some key aspect: its location or climate; its leading industry, its cultural heritage, its local culture or cuisine, or other factors. This identity allows an easy answer to the question “why in this city and not somewhere else?” A Smart City celebrates and promotes its unique identity and culture.
Economy & Employment : A smart city has a robust and resilient economic base and growth strategy that creates large-scale employment and increases opportunities for the majority of its citizens.
Mixed Use : A Smart City has different kinds of land uses in the same places; such as offices, housing, and shops, clustered together.
Compactness : A Smart City encourages development to be compact and dense, where buildings are located close to one another and are ideally within a 10-minute walk of public transportation, forming concentrated neighborhoods.
Housing & Inclusiveness : A Smart City has sufficient housing for all income groups and promotes integration among social groups.
Underground Electric Wiring: A Smart City has an underground electric wiring system to reduce blackouts due to storms and eliminate unsightliness.
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