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Growing Implementation of Supportive Government Measures & Regulations

DUBLIN, April 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Automotive Telematics Market Research Report: By Vehicle Type, System Type, Services, Communication Technology – Industry Size, Share, Development and Demand Forecast to 2030” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global automotive telematics market is expected to attain $149.9 billion in revenue in 2030. In 2019, the market was valued at $27.7 billion, and it is predicted to shootup massively during the forecast period (2020-2030), with a CAGR of 16.6%.

The major reasons behind this rapid rise of the market are the increasing demand for better safety features in vehicles, rising sale of connected vehicles, and growing implementation of supportive government measures and regulations.

The growing demand for enhanced safety features in vehicles that will lead to increased passenger safety and an efficient road traffic system is one of the major factors fueling the surge in the automotive telematics market

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Bicycle Shops Can Stay Open During COVID-19 Lockdown, Says U.K. Government

Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a strict three-week Coronavirus lockdown for the U.K. in a televised address on March 23.

There is now a ban on gatherings of more than two people as he told the British public: “You must stay at home.”

He mentioned that cycling, walking, and other forms of exercise could continue, although this should be limited to one daily session per person. Johnson did not specify the length of time for this daily exercise session.

People will also be allowed outside to buy food or medication and to travel to work.

“You should not be meeting friends. If your friends ask you to meet, you should say no,”

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vehicle permit validity: Government extends validity of vehicle permits till June-end

The Centre on Monday extended the validity of vehicle documents like driving licenses, permits and registration that expired since February 1 till June 30.

The move was announced to ensure hassle-free transportation of cargo while India observes a 21-day state mandated lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

In an advisory, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways asked all state authorities to treat these documents as valid till June 30.

The decision was taken to facilitate the citizens facing difficulties in renewing the validity of various documents related to the Motor Vehicles Act and the Central Motor Vehicles Rules due to nationwide lockdown in the country and closure of government transport offices, according to the advisory.

It requested all states to “treat documents under MV Act & Rules, whose extension of validity could not or not likely be processed due to lock-down and which have expired since

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Transportation | Downsizing the Federal Government

The Department of Transportation subsidizes and regulates highways, airports, air traffic control, urban transit, passenger rail, and other activities. However, taxpayers and consumers would be better off if transportation activities were privatized, which has been a global trend. Opening up the financing and operation of infrastructure to the private sector would save money, spur innovation, and reduce congestion.

The department will spend $83 billion in 2019, or about $650 for every U.S. household. The department employs 56,000 workers.

  • Highways. Highway aid gets misallocated and federal intervention raises costs. Federal aid and fuel taxes should be ended, and the states should pursue toll highway projects with the private sector.
  • Urban Transit. The federal government spends billions of dollars a year on urban rail systems even though buses are often more efficient. Without federal subsidies, cities would make better choices for their local transit needs.
  • Air Traffic Control. The bureaucratic Federal Aviation
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