Advanced traveller information system

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An Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS) is any system that acquires, analyzes, and presents information to assist surface transportation travellers in moving from a starting location (origin) to their desired destination. An ATIS may operate through information supplied entirely within the vehicle (autonomous system[disambiguation needed]) or it can also use data supplied by the traffic management centres. Relevant information may include locations of incidents, weather and road conditions, optimal routes, recommended speeds, and lane restrictions.[1]

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