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Traveler information systems combine computer and communications technologies to provide vehicle information to travelers at home, at work, on the roadside, or at bus and rail transit stations. The information allows travelers to choose the most efficient and convenient modes of travel. Travelers can access real-time schedules and congestion information through telephones, cable television, variable message signs, kiosks, or personal computers. The result is more convenience for routine or occasional travelers in using and choosing transit.

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