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New Navigation Technology Predicts Traffic Conditionsi
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March 06, 2013 10:43 PM
In cities around the world, commuters spend a lot of time stuck in traffic. In the United States, Los Angeles and San Francisco have the worst traffic jams with Washington D.C. winning first place according to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Some drivers depend on GPS navigation systems to avoid congestion. As Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, there is new navigation technology that claims it can provide the fastest route available by predicting traffic conditions before the driver even leaves the house.

New Navigation Technology Predicts Traffic Conditions

Published March 06, 2013

In cities around the world, commuters spend a lot of time stuck in traffic. In the United States, Los Angeles and San Francisco have the worst traffic jams with Washington D.C. winning first place according to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Some drivers depend on GPS navigation systems to avoid congestion. As Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, there is new navigation technology that claims it can provide the fastest route available by predicting traffic conditions before the driver even leaves the house.


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