TomTom Traffic

TomTom Traffic service extended to South East Asia, Middle East

December 18, 2014
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TomTom (Tom2) has announced its TomTom Traffic service has been extended to four new countries in South East Asia and the Middle East. TomTom Traffic is now available in Malaysia, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

The TomTom Traffic service is available in 41 countries. The service includes congestion forecasting, through which the driver can know whether a traffic jam is growing or dispersing and estimate how long a traffic jam will last.

More information is available in the press release below.

Press Release

London, 18 December 2014 – TomTom (TOM2) today announces the availability of TomTom Traffic in Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and United Arab Emirates.

TomTom provides the latest accurate traffic information for highways, major roads and secondary roads in 41 countries. TomTom Traffic includes congestion forecasting, which indicates whether a jam is growing or dispersing and estimates how long a delay will last.

“We are excited to announce the launch of TomTom Traffic in four key emerging markets, where we know traffic congestion is an issue,” said Ralf-Peter Schäfer, Head of Traffic at TomTom. “Our aim is to help drivers get there faster and support governments to better manage traffic flow.”

Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and United Arab Emirates are four of the fastest growing markets for car ownership and production in the world.

Countries with TomTom Traffic:

1 Andorra 12 Germany 23 New Zealand 34 Switzerland
2 Australia 13 Gibraltar 24 Norway 35 Taiwan
3 Austria 14 Ireland 25 Poland 36 Turkey
4 Belgium 15 Italy 26 Portugal 37 Thailand
5 Brazil 16 Lesotho 27 Russia 38 United Kingdom
6 Canada 17 Liechtenstein 28 San Marino 39 United States
7 China 18 Luxembourg 29 Saudi Arabia 40 UAE
8 Czech Republic 19 Malaysia 30 Singapore 41 Vatican City
9 Denmark 20 Malta 31 South Africa
10 Finland 21 Monaco 32 Spain
11 France 22 Netherlands 33 Sweden

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