Real ID Update

Ramping up its Real ID program, Kentucky expects to be able to meet the demand for special licenses that many people will eventually need to board domestic airline flights, the project manager told state lawmakers on Monday.The state has opened four regional offices so far to issue Real ID licenses but could have a dozen or more open by early summer, Real ID project manager Sarah Jackson said while updating the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation.Starting Oct. 1, the new driver’s licenses that comply with a federal travel law will be needed to board domestic flights or enter U.S. military bases.

Source: MG News

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