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August 27, 2014

Rapid City Traffic Patterns to be Tracked Through Mobile Devices

The Rapid City Community Planning and Development Services Department is collecting data on traffic patterns in Rapid City.  According to a Rapid City Journal report, in order to create a long-term roadway usage plan, the City has hired AirSage which will collect the data by tracking vehicle movements via mobile devices, including cell phones.

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