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Positive Train Control Requires Towers Coast to Coast

Ventev True Positive Stop Articulating Tower

New wireless infrastructure is becoming available as railroads roll toward the December 2015 deadline to implement positive train control (PTC), which is the multi-billion-dollar communications-based, accident-prevention system mandated by the government.

Ventev True Positive Stop Articulating Tower

PTC involves outfitting locomotives with cellular and satellite communications equipment. Communications equipment and towers are also required at all non-monitored switch locations, also known as dark territories, all across the country, so the trains will know the position of each switch.


Charitable foundation launched to aid families of injured, deceased tower workers

Families of tower workers that are killed or injured while on the job will be eligible for financial assistance that is designed to help the families pay for short-term needs, thanks to the charitable Tower Industry Family Support Charitable Foundation that was launched yesterday at CTIA’s “Super Mobility Week” in Las Vegas.

Obama Urges Title II Classification for ISPs

Net Neutrality

President Obama Monday made his strongest statement yet in support of strict net neutrality rules, urging the FCC to reclassify Internet service providers (ISPs) as Title II providers. 

In a video statement broadcast online, Obama said that current Internet policies, which have refrained from so-called "toll roads" and "gate keepers," have been essential to maintaining the integrity of the Internet.  

REIT Focused on Cell Towers Draws New Round of Investment

Vertical Bridge Holdings Wins Funding From a Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Fund, Among Others


Justices Wrestle With City's Cell Tower Denial Notice

Cell Tower Landscape

The city of Roswell, Ga.’s denial of a cellphone tower proposed by T-Mobile South LLC drew the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday into conflicting arguments over how and when local governments should explain their reasons for denials as required by federal law.

“Everyone loves cellphones, apparently,” Justice Stephen Breyer said. “Nobody likes towers, apparently.”


Analyst: Verizon could sell as many as 12,500 cell towers

Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) was opened up to the possibility of selling its wireless towers because of AT&T's (NYSE:T) agreement last year to sell and lease 9,700 of its cell towers to Crown Castle in a $4.85 billion deal, according to Verizon Communications CFO Fran Shammo.

According to Cowen & Co. estimates cited by Bloomberg, Verizon has 12,000 to 15,000 towers. Macquarie Securities analyst Kevin Smithen wrote in a research note that he estimates that Verizon is looking to sell about 12,500 sites.

Shammo said at an investor conference on Wednesday that a deal for Verizon's towers always came down to price, and terms and conditions. "And some of the recent deals that have been done, the terms and conditions seem to be much more favorable," he said, according to a transcript of his remarks provided by Verizon.



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