CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. and the Minnesota Dept. of Transportation are teaming up to test an experimental intelligent highway system. Police cars to be fitted with special sensors. Starting in April, a fleet of state-owned cars, trucks, and police vehicles, along with ambulances, will be outfitted with sensing devices to collect traffic-related data that would indicate either bad weather or accidents that need to be avoided. The data will pinpoint a variety of factors, from ...

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