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October 25, 2006

Inrix adds fuel prices to traffic data

Posted by Tricia Duryee at 10:31 AM

Inrix, which delivers predictive traffic information, has added gas station locations and fuel prices to its service.

The Kirkland company provides live traffic information on freeways, arterials and even side streets in most major U.S. cities, and also predicts traffic conditions minutes, days, or even a year into the future.

Today, the company announced the availability of Dynamic Fuel Prices, which provides location data for 140,000 gas stations and fuel prices for 100,000 stations in the U.S.

Inrix is providing the service exclusively in partnership with Oil Price Information Service, a petroleum pricing and news information.

Dynamic Fuel Prices integrates with navigation and local search to provide consumers and businesses with fuel price data by station for gasoline and diesel. The service, updated hourly, also includes the location, phone number and brand of the station.

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