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With fewer cars on the roads, officials are pushing projects forward faster

Ed Sniffen, Hawaii Department of Transportation Deputy Director of Highways, tells us they are seeing about 48-percent less traffic on the freeways on Oahu. So they’re asking contractors to extend their lane closure times and allow them to work during peak traffic times.

“When we give a contractor 2 additional hours to the work schedule per day, it equates to half a day time 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 that they save,” he said.

Paving work and pothole repairs on some of the state roads have been expedited.

“We have all of our pothole maintenance guys working on the Windward side coming up very soon. We worked out our bridge projects to ensure that we can extend closures throughout at Maipaloa in Farrington Highway, on neighbor islands on Kauai and Maui as well,” said Sniffen.

As for city streets, Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell says he’s trying to push repaving projects to get them done quickly. He says in the coming months, residents will see more roadwork in town.

“We are putting in another bike lane that is going down Pensacola, that’s already started. We are going to be repaving Ward which is really bad and putting a bike lane on both sides of the street there and we are trying to expedite that,” said the Mayor.

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation says it intends to make full use of the lighter-than-normal traffic to fast-track work along Dillingham Boulevard. It’s one of the most complicated areas along the rail route, with utility lines in existing traffic lanes. Before the pandemic, some businesses were also concerned about lane closures and access.

HART tells us, “Already the Hawaii Department of Transportation has extended the lane closure times for the utility relocation work on Nimitz Highway in the Downtown area.”

“Once we start up things again and we will start opening things in the coming months, business will start to return and we don’t want to impact that business because now we’re doing major work so more done 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 now the better and much should’ve been done prior to this,” said the Mayor.

But not all projects have been moving forward. While nothing has stopped, COVID-19 has delayed some elements of work mostly on the neighbor islands.

“Some of the contractors, who are based on Oahu, are deciding not to 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 travel at this time. They want to make sure they can minimize any risk to their employees and also minimize any risk of transmission between islands,” said Sniffen.

As the virus changes the way the world functions in the future, the state says it’s preparing for more virtual meetings, electronic biddings, and virtual town halls for the public.

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Petition calls on leaders to close Atlanta's BeltLine during COVID-19 pandemic

Thousands of people have signed a petition to shut down Atlanta's Beltline.

ATLANTA - Thousands of people are throwing their support behind a petition to close The BeltLine. They believe allowing crowds to access the trail does little to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

“I don't feel 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 that our public officials are taking enough responsibility to look out for the safety of the community,” says Ryan Vizzions, who lives in Atlanta. “Sometimes drastic decisions have to be taken to protect everybody. Things like The BeltLine don't serve a necessity or essential need for the city.”

Vizzions' friend started a Change.org petition calling on the City of 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 Atlanta to shut down The BeltLine. The goal is to get 10,000 signatures. By Monday afternoon, it had more than 7,700.

Michael Smith, who is Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' press secretary, says not so fast. Smith provided FOX 5 with the following statement:

"BeltLine trail usage numbers continue to decrease, showing that efforts to stagger trail traffic and stress social distancing are resonating. The Mayor continues to monitor the BeltLine and consult with public health professionals on a daily basis. The BeltLine is a transportation corridor that provides critical connections to essential services for residents.

"The Mayor has repeatedly stated that whether or not the BeltLine remains open is up to the individuals who use it. If 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 residents practice social distancing, avoid peak hours and use a little common sense, there will be no need to close it.

"However, if usage numbers increase and residents do not heed the general safety guidelines set forth, adjustments—including limiting hours or closing the trail altogether—will be made accordingly."

Vizzions says people 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 who flock to The BeltLine to exercise or visit area bars and restaurants need to do their part to help flatten the curve.

“There was no accountability to the fact that there's a worldwide pandemic going on killing thousands of people.”

Download 为每一位交易员量身定制的交易平台 the FOX 5 Atlanta app for breaking news and weather alerts.

英特尔扩大技术"手印",加速推进绿色数据中心

绿色数据中心技术创新论坛集合了20家ICT产业上下游厂商,旨在通过技术创新和产业合作加速数据中心运营模式的绿色转型,为数字基础设施建设以及碳中和计算提供坚实的基石,以助力“双碳”目标的实现。 论坛成员包括阿里云、百度智能云、比赫电气、哔哩哔哩、中国移动、中国电信、中国联通、英维克、GDS万国数据、浩云长盛、新华三、浪潮信息、英特尔、京东云、联想、立讯精密、宁畅、腾讯云、超聚变和中兴。秉持着可持续发展战略,英特尔将通过该论坛积极发挥产业影响力,进一步扩大技术“手印”,助力数据中心节能减碳和可持续发展。

作为绿色数据中心创新技术论坛中的一员,英特尔针对当前冷板液冷技术设计与验证标准不统一这一市场痛点,与产业链上下游共同打造出 《绿色数据中心创新实践——冷板液冷系统设计参考》 。该参考设计通过面向更广泛的产业伙伴展现冷板液冷技术关键部件的研究进展,来共同促其标准化,进而降低设计与使用成本,推动建立并完善冷板液冷的生态系统,是产业伙伴紧密合作、联合创新的重要成果。英特尔与包括CSP、运营商、企业用户、OEM、液冷部件商与服务器托管商在内的众多合作伙伴均参与编纂, 旨在与冷板液冷生态伙伴及潜在使用者分享对于冷板液冷技术关键部件设计选型的考量,推动建立完善冷板液冷生态系统产业成熟度。

——王飞

英特尔数据中心平台技术与架构部

中国区总经理

为与产业链共同推动数据中心绿色可持续发展, 英特尔还发布“英特尔绿色数据中心技术框架”,为客户提供定制化绿色节能解决方案。 该技术框架在高能效与高功率密度、先进散热技术和基础设施智能化三个垂直领域,以及XPU、服务器、机架、数据中心四个水平方向,提供了一系列的从器件级到服务器系统、机架和数据中心层级的整体解决方案和参考设计。

英特尔根据不同细分市场客户的痛点打造的 客制化解决方案 ,如:丰富的冷板式液冷和浸没式液冷参考设计与最佳实践; 用以支撑带内系统状态感知与AI运维和待机功耗优化技术的英特尔Speed Select技术;对存量数据中心能效与上架率提升效果明显的机柜功率钳制管理与英特尔Turbo机柜技术,以此帮助客户降低能耗,高效迈向“双碳”目标。

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