Another main industry that could drastically help, and use, the Public Safety Broadband Network is the Transportation Industry. Below is a chart I put together that lays out the industry in whole. Note that it is a lot more than just Highways or State DOTs, i.e. you have mass transit, highways, intermodal ports etc.
Within the Transit industry you have established First Responders throughout. This industry as well will require vast amounts of communications for responding to emergency, i.e. train wrecks, subway assaults, highway pileups, just to name a few.
The interesting point is that the Transportation Industry has a whole host of potential Public Private Partnership capabilities as well. It would be ill advised not to include them as well when needing to fund the Nations First Responder Network.
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