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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet on Twitter
Posted: 16-Sep-2009 7:36AM CDT

From the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Office of Public Affairs (Sept. 14, 2009):

‘511’ roadway updates now available through Twitter
511 reports road closures, delays, construction
FRANKFORT, Ky.—The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet now offers 511 traffic information through Twitter. This feature provides the latest road closures, delays, construction areas, vehicle crashes and other roadway incidents.
“This service provides the customers another avenue to get the latest traffic information as they are traveling or planning a trip,” said Chuck Geveden, executive director of the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety.
Sign up through Twitter to follow “KYTC511” and receive the latest updates through e-mail and cell phones. Visit http://twitter.com [Outside Link] and sign up for a free account. Then, visit http://twitter.com/KYTC511 [Outside Link] and click Follow.
You can also access 511 on your “smartphone” by opening your Google Maps application and searching for http://511.ky.gov/feeds/trafficconditions.xml [Outside Link]. On the iPhone, simply visit http://511.ky.gov [Outside Link].
The cabinet also offers:
http://twitter.com/KYTCRevive65 [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTCI64 [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTCI75 [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTCI264 [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTCI275 [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTC [Outside Link]
http://twitter.com/KYTCminute [Outside Link]
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