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MTA’s Move to Cashless Comes with “Major Security Component” including Facial Recognition at Crossings

The New York Times follows NY Gov. Cuomo’s announcement that all MTA bridges and tunnels will be converted to cashless systems, reporting that, “The announcement on Wednesday also included a major security component: Mr. Cuomo said an extra 150 state troopers and 150 National Guard members will be placed at the ends of tunnels or […] The post MTA’s Move to Cashless Comes with “Major Security Component” including Facial Recognition at Crossings appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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