200 Safety Sensors are being installed on 122nd, Hawthorne and Division as part of first major milestone in Portland’s Smart City PDX initiative. PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mayor Ted Wheeler joined officials from the Portland Bureau of Transportation and representatives from Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), AT&T (NYSE: T), Current by GE (NYSE: GE) and Portland General Electric (NYSE: POR) today to celebrate the Traffic Sensor Safety Project, the first major milestone for Smart City PDX, the City of Portland’s effort to use data and technology to improve people’s lives. Rather than starting with a technology and looking for reasons to use it, Smart City PDX is structured to first identify inequities and disparities in the city and then strategically apply data and technology to address those challenges. On June 20, 2018, Portland City Council will vote on the Smart City PDX Priorities Framework, a structured process for evaluating new technologies, uses of information, and related partnerships to ensure they provide tangible benefits to the people of Portland. As the first project under the Smart City PDX banner, the Traffic Safety Sensor Project helped to inform the dev...