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Accurate traffic information can provide new information for use by the print media. New sections can provide text and graphics to explain traditional and evolving traffic patterns. SpeedInfo flow information can be depicted to show a true representation of the location and duration of “rush hour” in metro areas. Invaluable to new arrivals and business people, dynamic data represented in print opens up new possibilities.

Kiosks in shopping malls, or video monitors in government offices, vacation destinations, resort hotels and gambling casinos can display local traffic conditions and traffic on return routes. This translates into more choices for customers, improved customer satisfaction, and more revenue from ads and extended stays by customers eager to avoid traffic problem and longer travel times to destinations. Using SpeedInfo data to drive traffic maps and information can produce significant gains in customer retention and profits.

WHAT YOUR DRIVERS ARE SAYING:
  • CHARLES KESSLER FROM SAN FRANCISCO would use Speedinfo Data for his radio gameshow "The Fastest Husband to the Dinner Table".

  • TRACEY GIBSON FROM CHICAGO would use Speedinfo Data to update per personal website which tracks her arrival time home for her kids.

  • JOSHUA STEINFELD FROM BOSTON would use SpeedInfo Data to make sure he gets home for Red Sox games on time.

  • COURTNEY GEESEY FROM ATLANTA would use SpeedInfo Data to leave enough time to get to the airport for trips to visit her family.

  • NEIL SCHWARTZ FROM LOS ANGELES would use SpeedInfo Data to get to client meetings throughout the LA area on time.

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