Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Downtown Residents May Need ID During G-20

Some of the 4,000 downtown residents who live near a potential security perimeter during the G-20 summit have begun to think about how they will move around then.

KDKA-TV News has learned that some residential management firms have told their residents that apartment communities near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center will have to provide a list of residents to the city which would be put in a database.

That would allow residents to show a photo ID at a checkpoint.

A driver's license or a city issued credential would be used if a driver's license isn't up to date.