The SUNA Traffic Channel that delivers live traffic information to car navigation systems via FM radio is spreading to more capital and regional cities.
There's a new option for those wanting to check for congestion before joining peak period traffic thanks to Yahoo!7 and TomTom.
Mapping company Geobyte has deepened its relationship with TomTom by licensing TomTom HD Traffic information for use in its MetroView iPhone navigation app for Australia.
Yet another vehicle brand - this time the pricy Porsche - is joining the SUNA Traffic Channel bandwagon. SUNA provides live traffic information to GPS navigation units.
Four years after announcing its first trials and one year after an earlier announced 'launch', Optus has launched Optus Trafficview, a national road traffic information service designed to deliver a real-time view of traffic conditions by using live data collected from the Optus mobile network.
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