Navigating Cybersecurity in the Built World
You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know: A Case for Programmatic Cybersecurity Building our nation’s transportation infrastructure, workplaces, fun places and living spaces is more complex than ever, especially because the lines between them are quite blurry these days. Railway stations serve as the foundations…
ProjectReady: The Time To Prepare For The IIJA Is Now
What is the impact of President Biden’s Infrastructure Bill? At Grayline we are always seeking to share the best ideas and innovation from across our core industries. In the fall of 2021, President Biden signed into law one of the largest pieces of infrastructure bill…
Building the Education Infrastructure for a 21st Century Economy
Educational Divide The reopening of schools nationwide is leaving parents across the country struggling with the possibility of putting their family’s health at risk. As the reality of returning to the classroom has begun, many parents are turning to hybrid forms of teaching at home…
Cybersecurity and Transportation: Is the Transit Industry Prepared?
The Grayline team was part of a research project commissioned by the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) to study the current state of cybersecurity among U.S. public transit agencies. The intent of this study is to assess the readiness, resourcing, and structure of public transit agencies…
Bandwidth and the Emerging Network Divide
Robust optical fiber networks are rapidly emerging, which provide new capabilities opportunities for citizens and organizations to connect, and new challenges and planning considerations for public and private-sector leaders.
Entering a New Era of City Infrastructure Capabilities
Technology-enabled infrastructure opens up new possibilities for smart cities and sustainable development.
Megacities and Complexity
Megacities, which are home to more than 10 million people, provide a unique set of risks and opportunities for companies and public institutions.
Infrastructure and Construction: Building for Generations
Public and private sector planners must accurately predict population density and infrastructure usage to ensure that they build systems to support populations 10-30+ years in the future.