(Houston -- KUHF) Hurricane season begins tomorrow, and it's on the minds of the Gulf Coast residents.
In 2005, millions of Houstonians evacuated their homes during Rita, and created a 30-mile traffic jam from downtown Houston along I-45 North.
"During the Rita experience, a lot of us were blind, we didn't know what was going out there," says Mike Vickch, webmaster for TranStar, which partnered with four government agencies to develop a solution.
Officials say new technology means a Rita-style jam won't happen again.
"This technology just enables traffic management personnel and the general public to know what's happening on the roadways during an evacuation or everyday," Vickch says.
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