As part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s yearlong research project, 3,000 vehicles will be capable to send signals that warn of safety hazards in order to help decrease crashes and improve the flow of traffic.
“Today is a big moment for automotive safety,” said secretary Ray LaHood. “This cutting-edge technology offers real promise for improving both the safety and efficiency of our roads. That is a winning combination for drivers across America.”
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