If a new voter ID card law goes into effect, a quarter of Texas voters located in may be affected.
ID News Archive for October, 2011
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s new smartcard system will allow users to tap any contactless bank card that they have on an electronic reader to pay for fares.
Metropolitan Nashville schools are beginning to replace traditional plastic cards with multifunctional student ID cards.
In Minneapolis, public schools are currently debating if they should end high school yellow bus transportation.
In New Jersey, the Montclair region observed International Walk to School Day on October 5.
In addition to paying for Subway sandwiches with MasterCard, individuals will now be able to pay with smartphone and other devices with PayPass technology.
In an effort to minimize fraudulent activity with ID cards, the Transportation Security Administration has decided to invest an additional $3.2 million in boarding equipment.
Capture Technologies, a provider of customizable software for surveys, recently distributed badges and lanyards at several California car shows to add extra security and a sense of professionalism.
Sealed Air Corporation, a leading manufacturer of systems and materials for packaging fresh food, recently introduced its Vision Safety Solutions which helps health professionals with their hand hygiene compliance.
At Tyler Junior College in Texas, students often neglect to wear their lanyards that hold ID cards and help school officials keep track of which individuals are students and who is a visitor.