- Veröffentlicht: 04. Dezember 2019
Milan (Lombardy) has been voted the leading Italian smart city for the sixth consecutive year, according to the ICityRank survey of 107 cities conducted by FPA, a Digital360 company. Lombardy's capital topped the economic and sustainable mobility indicators but fared less well in e-government and environmental protection. Second and third-placed Florence and Bologna closed the gap thanks to good results in social quality, digital transformation and e-government capacity, with Bergamo and Turin rounding out the top 5.
Once again, northern Italian cities dominated the list, with no central or southern cities making the top 10. Rome came in 15th and Cagliari ranked as the first southern or island city in 37th position.
Quelle/Source: telecompaper, 27.11.2019