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ODOT’s tech upgrade signals slowdowns, saves drivers from traffic traps.

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) plans to install new technology on highways to alert drivers of slow traffic. The warning systems will be installed at 13 highway sites that have been identified as high congestion and high crash areas. The system will use cameras to detect slow or stopped traffic and trigger message boards located a few miles away to alert drivers. Governor Mike DeWine stated that while the technology could help prevent crashes, safe driving remains essential for the signs to be effective. ODOT expects the systems to be operational within two years.

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