Greensboro Could Use GPS Tech To Slow And Stop Vehicles At Traffic Signals

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Once approved by city council, Greensboro's Transportation Department says it will be the first city in our state to use vehicle GPS technology to get cars to slow down, and stop, at traffic signals. 

Adam Fischer, the Transportation Director for the city, says they'll be working with a third party vendor, providing real-time traffic data from the more than 500 traffic signals across Greensboro. Armed with that data, that company will use the GPS technology in certain cars, like newer model Audi vehicles, to let drivers know when traffic signals will change, and alert the cars to stop. 

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