Smart cities are all about introducing services that provide information in such a way that cities can be managed more efficiently. By submitting information to employees, citizens, and local businesses, these can act on their own and use commons sense in their decisions. Reducing central administration can enable a person working with road maintenance to respond autonomously to handle recently reported damage in the vicinity of the person. Typically, a central administration needs to handle the problem and delegate to the appropriate resource. But for this to work, individual citizens need to help report issues. The threshold for reporting something needs to be low enough at the same time as it results in a visible result shortly.