Frank Douma and . Adeel. . Lari. State and Local Policy Program. Overview. Transportation and Telecommunication: “Connection”. Definitions of “Connected”. Note: this is NOT autonomous . Role for Broadband: the backbone.
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Broadband Needs for Transportation
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Broadband Needs for Transportation
Frank Douma and Adeel LariState and Local Policy Program
Transportation and Telecommunication: “Connection”Definitions of “Connected”
Note: this is NOT autonomous
Role for Broadband: the backbone
Opportunities for telework and other “virtual” trips
Transportation and Telecommunication
Many transportation technologies rely upon telecomunications to functionCan reduce crashes
Improve traffic flow
Balance growth of e-commerce (Just in time delivery)
First and Last Mile Solution for TransitComplement to existing serviceIncrease the impact of transit stations on adjoining propertiesGreater efficiency in low densityFrom few blocks to maybe a mile?
Urban areas will be earliest to be impactedParking Decoupled from the buildingShoupCBD’s > 30% is devoted to parkingMcKinseyArea devoted to parking will reduce by >60 billion square ft. it is > 40% of current use
broadband applications to transportationTeleworkTelemedicineGreater entertainment options
Reduce need for peak period travel
Allow for greater choice in residential and business location
Improve quality of life
broadband impactsAdds critical amenity to small towns and regional centersIntroduces competition in rural MinnesotaExpands / Improves telecom services statewide
Meets the needs of education and state and local government
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Frank Douma and Adeel Lari State and Local Policy Program Overview Transportation and Telecommunication Connection Definitions of Connected Note this is NOT autonomous Role for Broadband the backbone ID: 811857 Download
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