Posted on Feb 26, 2013

Interstate 66 is known for its traffic congestion.  An addition of new technology will better manage the 34 miles of I-66 from Gainesville to D.C.  The new management system will cost $34 million, and will be completed in the spring of 2015.  Federal funding will provide for 90% of the cost.  It will provide drivers with more information on accidents, delays, and travel times.  The system will incorporate speed-measuring sensors, traffic cameras, and electronic message signs in order to alert drivers of what lies ahead of them in their commute.  

Hopefully this new system will eliminate accidents from congestion on the beltway.  If you or someone you know has been involved in an automobile accident, don't hesitate to contact us.

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