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Trafficland, Metro Traffic to Offer Real-time Traffic Services
Fairfax, VA - Jan 12, 2009 - Trafficland, an aggregator of live traffic video, has completed a licensing agreement with Metro Traffic to offer broadcasters real-time access to the more than 5,000 cameras currently available on Trafficland's national network. The companies will also work together to develop and deploy location-based traffic information services for broadcast, Web and mobile applications.
Metro Traffic's combination of traffic incident data, speed and flow information with thousands of real-time traffic images via the Trafficland camera network, will provide affiliates and consumers up-to-the-minute traffic information. As a result, broadcast and Web-based media will be able to use live video for news and traffic reporting to television and radio.
Trafficland provides access to more than 5,000 traffic video cameras in 48 MSAs.
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