Mayors Business Council


Digital Sign Services, a division of JCDecaux NA

Summary:
Digital Sign Services, a division of JCDecaux North America, was formed to pursue revenue-sharing, public-private partnerships to deploy state-of-the art digital signs on city-owned properties adjacent to major highways, enabling cities to communicate emergency messages, such as Amber alerts and severe weather warnings, to the traveling public, as well as information about traffic conditions, cultural events and other city activities. Digital Sign Services draws upon the resources of JCDNA and its parent company, JCDecaux SA, which together have entered into partnerships with more than 3,500 cities worldwide, including Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles, to provide high quality street furniture products that generate advertising revenue shared with their city partners. JCDecaux NA also operates digital signage in major U.S. airports, including New York City (Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark), as well as Washington’s Reagan and Dulles airports and the principa airports in Miami, Houston and Los Angeles. In total JCDecaux operates more than 14,000 digital screens in 24 countries.

Special Interests:
Downtown Development, Environment, Infrastructure, Outdoor Advertising, Real Estate

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