Are digital twins the future of urban planning?

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Like any city, Boston is ever-changing. Old buildings come down, new ones go up. Public transit snakes through the city. Everything from schools to grocery stores to trees dot the landscape.

For years, the city has wanted to capture all of this in a digital 3D model that could help guide planning decisions before they take effect in the real world. That model came to be in 2015, and three years later, the city made it accessible to the public.

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