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  • Gov. Wolf Announces Expanded PennDOT Technology Pilot to Track Over 700 Plow Trucks

    first_img Efficiency,  GO-TIME,  Government That Works,  Infrastructure,  Innovation,  Press Release,  Results,  Transportation Harrisburg, PA – This winter season, more than 700 plow trucks covering interstates and expressways statewide will be outfitted with technology to improve location and operations information through a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) pilot program, Governor Tom Wolf announced today.“This system will allow PennDOT to see operations and conditions on the ground in real-time, helping them to better analyze how they do their jobs and get the best investment out of every dollar,” Governor Wolf said. “A government that works is also a transparent one and this pilot is a perfect example of maximizing efficiency and modernizing operations.”The governor joined PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards at the department’s District 8 headquarters in Harrisburg to explain how the Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system will help improve the department’s real-time information on vehicle movement, plow-route coverage and usage of materials such as salt and anti-skid.“We expect that this technology will not only help us review truck movement and material usage after a storm, but it should also help us while storms are occurring,” Richards said. “Interstates and expressways are our top priority during winter weather, and this system will help us identify and respond to real-time conditions even better than we do today.”The AVL system pilot is part of Governor Wolf’s GO-TIME initiative that leverages inter-agency coordination and collaboration to maximize efficiency, modernize state government operations, and provide the highest quality services. The pilot, as one of seven GO-TIME projects identified by PennDOT in 2016-2017, is expected to realize a cost savings of $1.4 million over the next four to six years based on a combination of reduced salt usage and better use of department equipment, Richards said.In total, 516 PennDOT plow trucks and 212 contracted rental trucks servicing interstates and expressways across the state will have AVL installed. Statewide, PennDOT has 2,200 total department-force trucks and also rents approximately 270 trucks and their operators to maintain the more than 40,000 miles of roadway for which PennDOT is responsible.PennDOT plans to make the system’s real-time location data available to the public later this year through its traveler information website, www.511PA.com.For more information on winter operations and how the public can prepare for the season, visit www.PennDOT.gov/winter.Follow PennDOT on Twitter or “like” the department on Facebook. October 22, 2015 Gov. Wolf Announces Expanded PennDOT Technology Pilot to Track Over 700 Plow Truckscenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

  • Live stream for today’s Fortnite Doomsday event: How to watch The Device to start Season 3

    first_img Fortnite Doomsday https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/fc/c/fortnite-doomsday-countdown-ftr_et6yqo8tzm8o1lgpihjast4h7.png?t=-1274736054&w=500&quality=80We’ll include a live stream of today’s Fortnite live event below in case you’re someone who wants to watch without doing so in-game.MORE: Everything to know about the Fortnite Doomsday eventHow to watch the Fortnite live eventIf you want to watch the Fortnite live event in-game, it’s pretty simple. Fortnite will shut down other game modes and let you play in a dedicated mode for the live event. Fortnite suggests you arrive to this game mode about 30 minutes early so you can secure a place with heavy servers and longer than usual wait times. Once you’re in, the game will be a Team Rumble style until the event is ready to take place. When the event starts, all shooting will be disabled so you can enjoy the experience.If you want to watch the Fortnite live event without jumping in a game, then there are plenty of options as well. You can find plenty of streamers who will be providing their commentary during the live event on Twitch. You can browse all Twitch channels airing Fortnite here.If you’re looking for a family-friendly streamer then Ninja (on Mixer) or NickEh30 are good choices. MORE: What to know about the start of Fortnite Season 3 Fortnite Doomsday event live streamYou can watch NickEh30’s stream above as he’s a family-friendly streamer who will be airing the event live. Epic Games typically doesn’t stream its own content, so you’ll need to rely on someone else to stream it. Thankfully there will be several great options to watch from.If you miss the event live, there will also be replays of streams available shortly after it takes place. (Epic Games) Fortnite’s Doomsday live event is finally here after several weeks of delays and waiting.The event starts at 2 p.m. EST on Monday, June 15 and is expected to bring about massive change ahead of Chapter 2, Season 3. Fans are expecting a new map, although Epic Games has revealed very little about what we can actually expect in Season 3. The Storm rages on. Will Midas’ Machine break the Storm?The Device is set to be activated on June 15 at 2PM ET. Space is limited! Show up 30 minutes early to help secure your spot and be there live. pic.twitter.com/NfCSSOvjGc— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) June 14, 2020Epic Games suggests you arrive to the event 30 minutes early to “secure your spot” as server wait times can be a bit long. But if for some reason you aren’t able to make it in, or you don’t have quick access to the game and you want to watch on your computer or mobile device, we’ve got you covered.last_img read more

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