More than half of Indonesia’s population does not have access to sanitation facilities. The government has committed to provide access to 100% of the population by 2019. FutureGov found out how it is dealing with sanitation problems and - in particular - persuading local government to commit increased funding.
From next week, city commuters will be able to use their contactless smart card to pay their fares on the entire Sydney Trains network, said Transport for New South Wales Minister Gladys Berejiklian.
The Western Australian Government has launched an incident notification app - Right Move Perth - for commuters in the state capital, Perth (population 1.7 million).
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Hamilton City, New Zealand’s fourth most populous city of 150,200 residents, is investing in a new national water data collection and management system.
The Hong Kong Government has announced plans to expand its Government Wi-Fi (GovWiFi) Programme, providing free wireless internet access at popular public areas.
China’s Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Transport is piloting a big data platform, designed to quickly understand traffic situations, accurately analyse passenger flow and taxi operations and get real-time insights to make fact-based decisions in the four major Chinese cities - Beijing, Kunming, Chongqing and Tianjin.
As the telecom regulator, the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore will continue to ensure that operators put in place measures to enhance the resiliency and robustness of their networks, especially for key services.
The City of Perth is proud to become the first and only Australian capital city giving people free blanket WiFi internet access across its Central Business District area.
Mobile broadband subscriptions, which allow users to access the web via smartphones, tablets and WiFi-connected laptops, are growing at a rate of 30 per cent annually, according to latest report by Broadband Commission for Digital Development, a joint initiative by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation and International Telecommunication Union.
Thailand is to have a total of 400,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide by 2014, announced the ICT Minister, Anudith Nakornthap. About 270,000 free hotspots were installed in the last two years, with another 150,000 to be added next year.
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