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I-95 Corridor Coalition Real-Time Traffic Reporting Plans Unveiled

I-95 Corridor Coalition Real-Time Traffic Reporting Plans Unveiled

The Wall Street Journal recently announced the I-95 Corridor Coalitions plans to disseminate real-time traffic reporting along the East Coast this summer via a satellite network with Inrix, Inc. Researchers from the University of Maryland's Center for Advanced Transportation Technology are the lead researchers on this project.

The I-95 Corridor Coalition is an alliance of transportation agencies, toll authorities, and related organizations, including law enforcement, from the State of Maine to the State of Florida, with affiliate members in Canada. The Coalition provides a forum for key decision and policy makers to address transportation management and operations issues of common interest. This volunteer, consensus-driven organization enables its myriad state, local and regional member agencies to work together to improve transportation system performance far more than they could working individually. The Coalition has successfully served as a model for multi-state/jurisdictional interagency cooperation and coordination for over a decade.

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For more information about the I-95 Corridor Coalition visit their website at http://www.i95coalition.org/

January 29, 2008


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