U.S. Plans to Track Drivers
Meet your new big brother: The Department of Transportation. Along the same lines as the national ID card, the government is working on developing and implementing a nationwide system for tracking drivers of vehicles. This hit the news in September, but we've seen very little about it.
The agency is the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office.
Most people have probably never heard of the agency, called the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office. And they haven't heard of its plans to add another dimension to our national road system, one that uses tracking and sensor technology to erase the lines between cars, the road and the government transportation management centers from which every aspect of transportation will be observed and managed.
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