DETROIT – A portion of the federal economic stimulus funds may be used to accelerate the development of connected-vehicle technologies. Joel Szabat, deputy assistant secretary for transportation policy-U.S. Department of Transportation, says while the majority of federal stimulus money is being directed toward traditional infrastructure improvements, such as highway repair, some may be used for non-traditional projects. “The secretary of transportation has been given $1.5 billion in ...

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