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The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to split up the 5.9 GHz “safety spectrum” frequency previously set aside for use in transportation for vehicle-to-everything technologies, a plan that has prompted dire warnings from departments of transportation and various transportation and safety groups.

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Amtrak testing PTC on New York-to-D.C. line

The Federal Communications Commission, however, warned the system could face "harmful interference" from rival freight railroad systems along another busy track between Boston and New Haven, Conn.

Amtrak had necessary spectrum to install PTC before crash

Amtrak still would have had work to do, including tuning its radios to the correct frequency, installing them on trains, testing them, and checking for any interference with existing spectrum users, including some Philadelphia-based TV stations.

U.S. DOT, FCC join to combat distracted driving

Officials from the U.S. DOT and FCC will establish a working group to evaluate technology-based solutions to the problem of distracted driving and will coordinate consumer outreach and education.