The promise that the Suna traffic information service would go virtually national in June was clearly a little ambitious, but it has finally happened. A press release from Suna claims that with Canberra now officially launched, 95% of the population have access to the service. Suna isn't planning much further expansion, so the big thing to watch now will be improved coverage within existing areas of high traffic.
Suna Finally Arrives In Canberra
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