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For as long as there have been cities, there has been traffic congestion. Most recently, plans to equip vehicles and roads with sophisticated electronics that allow them to communicate with each other -- dubbed intelligent transportation systems -- are poised to help motorists avoid continually worsening traffic jams. The Internet is already transforming the way people deal with traffic. New Web-enabled GPS navigational devices will soon be able to provide commuters with advice on avoiding traffic snarls. And motorists in many cities are already getting instant updates about traffic via Twitter.

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