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City engineers have been working for years to prepare Frisco’s infrastructure for growth and development, and chief innovation officer Jason Cooley said no other North Texas city is operating at the same level.

“It’s really just part of our culture. We want innovation, and we welcome innovation,” Cooley said. “In every aspect of Frisco, we are looking at how we can do things in more innovative ways. It’s really the foundation of our city’s equilibrium.”

The city has become a major test hub for transportation innovation, according to the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, and has tested many technologies through pilot programs to determine the best solutions.