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Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Is tech making it easier for us to talk to our cities? Changed bus routes. A shuttered hospital. How many times has your city made a decision affecting you that you didn't know about until <em>after </em>it happened? This persistent communication gap is one of the great conundrums for many city leaders. And it hasn't necessarily gotten any better just because we're on apps and social media. What are cities doing to find us where we are? And is using tech a more effective way to get our feedback about proposed changes? Molly and Jim talk to Eyal Feder-Levy, whose startup ZenCity tracks opinions about city government through our online comments, including public social media posts; and Mayor Nan Whaley of Dayton, Ohio, who is on the front lines of this communications struggle.<br><br>For more information on this episode, visit <a href="http://citylab.com/podcasts/technopolis">citylab.com/podcasts/technopolis</a>. And email us your feedback to <a href="mailto:technopolis@citylab.com">technopolis@citylab.com</a>.&nbsp;