WiFi hotspots might be widespread across the city, offering a free and public alternative to broadband internet use.
Ride-sharing programs might lead to fewer cars on the road and eliminate the need for parking garages.
Farmers could get real-time updates on soil health and moisture levels, yielding richer growing seasons.
Schools might be densely connected webs of collaboration between students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
Public transportation would allow for real-time updates on delays, traffic jams, and ridership volume.