Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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    Total Traffic Network provides many data formats and is capable of delivering traffic information over multiple distribution transports, including over-the-air broadcast, RDS-TMC (Radio Data System – Traffic Messaging Channel), HD Radio, Satellite, and Internet-connected distribution systems. RDS-TMC, and HD Radio distribution technology utilize FM side-band and digital technology. The distribution network is owned by Clear Channel Broadcasting, Inc.
  • On The Go

    Our goal is to provide a traffic product that will ultimately save time, fuel resources, and alleviate roadway stress. Through a method of planning and implementing resources, analyzing results, and acting to fuse multiple traffic resources, Total Traffic Network aims to meet these goals for a positive customer experience.
  • Anytime Anywhere

    Total Traffic Network’s HD-Hybrid technology is the most flexible and cost effective solution to accessing dynamic content across the country. TTN HD-Hybrid connects end-users to content through an iHeartRadio portal when HD Radio coverage is unavailable. Leveraging the bandwidth and speed of HD Radio in-market and the freedom of Internet coverage everywhere else for the best possible user experience, TTN HD-Hybrid delivers content to your device anywhere!
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Total Traffic Network provides many data formats and is capable of delivering traffic information over multiple distribution transports, including over-the-air broadcast, RDS-TMC (Radio Data System – Traffic Messaging Channel), HD Radio, Satellite, and Internet-connected distribution systems. RDS-TMC, and HD Radio distribution technology utilize FM side-band and digital technology. This allows TTN to provide direct to consumer traffic data anytime, anywhere. 

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