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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.

Imagine having your phone warn you if you’re driving too fast or if you’re approaching a red light. For Bryan Mulligan, it doesn’t take much imagination. His Suwanee-based company, Applied Information, is developing a smartphone app called TravelSafely that will do those things and more for drivers in areas where the local government has set up the technology to interact with the app.

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