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What does JARTIC stand for?

JARTIC stands for Japan Road Traffic Information Center


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According to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center, traffic was backed up for 50 kilometers near the Hanazono interchange on the Kanetsu Expressway and for 42 km near the Hanyu parking area on the Tohoku Expressway, both in Saitama Prefecture.
The Japan Road Traffic Information Center said on Saturday morning a line of motor vehicles stretched for 30 kilometers on the outbound lane of the Chugoku Expressway from the Takarazuka interchange, near Osaka, western Japan, and for 23 km from the Takasaka Service Area, near Tokyo, on the outbound lane of the Kanetsu Expressway.
According to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center, a 54-kilometer traffic jam was observed near the Fukushima Nishi interchange in Fukushima Prefecture on the Tohoku Expressway, while vehicles were backed up for 47 km around the Okazaki interchange in Aichi Prefecture on the Tomei Expressway.
According to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center, traffic was backed up for 50 kilometers near the Hanazono interchange on the Kanetsu Expressway and for 42 km near the Hanyu parking area on the Tohoku Expressway, both in Saitama Prefecture.
According to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center, expressway lanes outbound from Tokyo were jammed from early morning, as traffic was backed up for 47 kilometers near the Hanazono interchange on the Kanetsu Expressway and for 35 km near the Kazo interchange on the Tohoku Expressway, both in Saitama Prefecture north of Tokyo.
Expressways were congested across the nation from the morning, as seen by a 52-kilometer traffic jam observed on part of the Tohoku Expressway in Tochigi Prefecture, while vehicles were backed up for 41 km on part of the Tomei Expressway in Shizuoka Prefecture, according to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center.
a 66-kilometer traffic jam was observed on part of the Tomei Expressway in Shizuoka Prefecture while vehicles were backed up for 45 km on part of the Chugoku Expressway in Hyogo Prefecture, according to the Japan Road Traffic Information Center.