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NAVTEQ's Launches JamCast Video Online

May 29, 2007

WAYNE, PA – has launched the JamCast real-time traffic video at for 30 metropolitan areas across the United States. This breakthrough in free online consumer services provides commuters with dynamically generated traffic news with fully automated audio and video of live traffic conditions for roadways in and around the most congested traffic cities in the nation.

JamCast solutions are continuous, automatic, digitally managed services for the delivery of real-time traffic news across web, television, radio, and wireless platforms. JamCast features patented Jam Factor roadway traffic measurements that allow commuters to easily understand the relative congestion level with a number on a scale from 1 to 10.

With JamCast, commuters can now view free, real-time traffic updates for the roads they travel at The free service is available for 30 cities including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Users will find JamCast videos by clicking on the JamCast tab at the top of’s city area pages. Users are then guided across city roadways with real-time congestion updates and delays. Incident details include accidents, construction, and disabled vehicles. Visually detailed information is provided for each roadway with traffic flow mapping and 3D city imagery pinpointing the exact traffic incident locations.

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