LBJ Express: "An Augmented Reality Toll Road"

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We begin this morning, like last, with talk of tearing out another freeway -- only this one's a done deal. On the other side is a brief video just posted by the folks at Spanish road-builder Ferrovial and its subsidiary Cintra, in which the majority owners of the about-to-commence LBJ Express redo show-and-tell an audience about the managed toll lanes about to be sunk beneath 635, which is expected to take five years. For those following along at home, the info's not necessarily new, but it's the presentation that counts. Or maybe you just don't like realidad aumentada with subtitles.

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