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FCC Votes to Shift Part of 5.9 GHz Safety Spectrum to Wi-Fi

Proponents of vehicle-to-everything technology say the FCC's latest move is a mistake.

The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to split up the 5.9 GHz “safety spectrum” frequency previously set aside for use in transportation for vehicle-to-everything technologies, a plan that has prompted dire warnings from departments of transportation and various transportation and safety groups.

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Michigan Plans Connected, Autonomous Vehicle Corridor

At its core, the project is designed to be “future proofed” and evolve to meet transportation...

The project envisions connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor along with key communities and destinations along Michigan Avenue and Interstate 94 in Wayne County and Washtenaw County with an innovative infrastructure solution that allows for a mix of connected and autonomous vehicles, traditional transit vehicles, shared mobility, and freight and personal vehicles.

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