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The proliferation of smartphones in the last 10 years has turned industries sideways and made convenience ubiquitous. But smartphones and traffic often draw a negative connotation, because of distracted driving. While that will likely stay a growing problem for years to come, the city of Atlanta and a Suwanee technology company are finding ways use your smartphone and smart car to make traveling safer.

TravelSafely featured on WSB-TV Channel 2 in Atlanta

 

Marietta is testing a new, free “Smart City” Marietta TravelSafely app that will be available soon on Apple and Android devices. TravelSafely brings accurate, up-to-the-second connected-vehicle communication to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians through a free app on their smartphones, according to city officials who say Marietta is the first city in the U.S. with it.

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