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Gridlock Nation (Traffic) Part V #780512

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 17, 2005
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(Seattle: Peter Jennings) Hand-held traffic gauges shown

(Tampa, Florida: Lisa Stark) The use of wireless technology to track cars in traffic featured; DaimlerChrysler animation & scenes of unmanned mini-helicopters that can send back pictures from a traffic accident site shown. [Center for Automotive Research Steve UNDERWOOD†, DaimlerChrysler Chris WILSON†- talk about the sensors & how they can ease congestion.] [University of South Florida professor Kimon VALAVANIS†- explains how the copter video works to ease traffic at accidents.] [Center for Urban Transportation Research Larry HAGEN†- talks about congestion.]

Jennings, Peter;
Stark, Lisa

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