Mazda Adds Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network to 2010 CX-9 Models image

Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network (CCTTN) today announced that Mazda will offer the Company’s traffic service on its CX-9 SUV, beginning with the 2010 model year.

“Mazda is known for its vehicles that provide high level safety performance, as well as driver enjoyment. Now, drivers of the latest CX-9 models will know they are also receiving the highest-quality traffic information,” said Jeff Littlejohn, Executive Vice President of Distribution Development at Clear Channel Radio. “Our subscriber base continues to grow and this partnership confirms that leading automotive manufactures like Mazda are fulfilling drivers’ needs for reliable traffic information.”

“The nation’s roadways have become increasingly complex and the vast number of cars on the road today can create a challenging environment for drivers. By providing leading traffic information, we will be able to provide drivers with accurate data that will help them navigate safely,” said Tim Barnes, Director of Product Planning. “Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network provides real-time information on construction, congestion, incidents, as well as impact information and we’re proud to offer our drivers this first-rate service.”

Supplying real-time traffic data to millions of people each week, CCTTN is the leading source of current traffic information. Mazda is the fourth automaker to announce adoption of Clear Channel’s traffic service following BMW, MINI and Volvo.