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MassDOT to Keep AET Speed Data for Motorists for 30 Days

Boston Herald reports, “The Massachusetts Department of Transportation wants to keep and store electronic tolling gantries’ speed data for motorists for 30 days, according to recommendations submitted to the state Records Conservation Board. According to the recommendations, the state also wants to keep travel data stored electronically for up to seven years and videos of cars […] The post MassDOT to Keep AET Speed Data for Motorists for 30 Days appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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