The City Too Busy - Period

Dyer, Candice
May 2000
Atlanta;May2000, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on the Cruise Card, the small radio device that enables drivers to sail through the toll gate on Georgia 400 and be billed later. Wireless, debit-based technology; Predicted uses of the microchip in the future.


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