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Air Traffic Control Simulation and Training Market In-Depth Analysis including key players Adacel Technologies

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Global Air Traffic Control Simulation and Training Market (Post Covid-19)Size & Forecast Analysis till 2029: Global research report on the Air Traffic Control Simulation and Training market is a product of a brief review and an extensive analysis of the realistic data collected from the GlobalAir Traffic Control Simulation and Training Market. The data was gathered based on manufacturing drifts and services & goods linked demands.

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Due to the rising partnership activities of key players over the projected period, North America accounted for the xxx million $ share on the Air Traffic Control Simulation and Training market in 2020

Top Key players included in this Research: Adacel Technologies, Si ATM, Global ATS, Indra, Digital Projection, Airways, Deutsche Flugsicherung, Micro Nav, UFA, Inc, BAE Systems, Prescient, Air Traffic

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Austin’s Downtown 2nd Street District ‘sidewalk sale’ aims to generate foot traffic, business

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Longtime Austin Downtown business owner Shelley Meyer never imagined a pandemic would turn her business world upside down.

“Trust me that none of our leases were undertaken with the expectation of doing 20% (business),” she said. “There’s just no way to financially plan for that.”

Meyer first started about 30 years ago with Wild About Music on Sixth Street, then Austin Rocks, and most recently taking over Toy Joy a couple of years ago which led to the birth of Yummi Joy, a candy specialty store. Today, Meyer oversees six store locations across Austin. Three store locations sit next to each other along Second Street near the corner of Guadalupe Street.

However, since the pandemic hit Austin in mid-March business has been slow.

“Without the office workers and without the tourists there just isn’t enough business to sustain retail in downtown Austin at the moment,” she said.

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Proposal to close Broadway to traffic on weekends gains momentum

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Mayor John Cooper closed a portion of Broadway to traffic to allow more space for social distancing after crowds flocked to Lower Broad in downtown Nashville over Labor Day weekend.

Some Metro Council members said they would like to see Lower Broad closed to traffic every weekend and the idea is starting to gain momentum.

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Labor Day crowds Broadway
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Councilwoman Angie Henderson told News 2 for many years, city leaders have thought Lower Broad is a unique opportunity for people to embrace Nashville’s streets, but a huge effort is needed to pull it off.

Mayor Cooper closed the district between Fourth and Fifth avenues on Sunday due to large crowds on the sidewalks. Councilwoman Henderson said the whole street should be shut down on weekends, even in a post pandemic world, because the more room people have, the safer

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Proposal could close Broadway to traffic on weekends

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Crowds flocked to Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville over Labor Day weekend, which led Mayor John Cooper to close a portion of the road to traffic to allow more space for social distancing.

The city closed Lower Broad between Fourth and Fifth avenues from 6 to 11 p.m. Sunday so pedestrians could spread out while waiting in line to enter reduced capacity restaurants and bars.

The decision came after thousands of people packed Broadway’s bars, restaurants and sidewalks Saturday night, creating the largest crowds Broadway has seen since the pandemic began.

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(Photo: WKRN)

MORE: City closes portion of Broadway over Labor Day weekend to promote social distancing

Some Metro Council members are in favor of permanently closing Broadway to traffic, but it would take more than just passing a bill at a meeting.

Councilwoman Emily Benedict tweeted that she wrote a proposal a few months ago

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Traffic jams possible during public safety drill enacted for 3 hours in city’s central business district tonight

City officials warned of traffic disruptions on Thursday night, due to a public safety drill taking place in Chicago’s downtown business district and Near South Side.

The drill, which had been planned “for weeks,’’ will be from 6 to 9 p.m., according to a statement from Ald. Brian Hopkins, of the 2nd Ward.

It’s not clear exactly what the drill entails or what the public should watch out for, but the statement said the focus of this exercise is to “ensure the safety and well-being of residents, workers, businesses and peaceful gatherings.”

“Critical infrastructure assets” will be staged at “various access points” and the drill will cause traffic headaches within these boundaries:

1/4 u00b7 Division Street on the North

1/4 u00b7 18th Street on the South

1/4 u00b7 Clark Street on the West

1/4 u00b7 Lake Shore Drive on the East

Access to these areas is not restricted but

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