No. The cameras are strictly used for traffic monitoring purposes.
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The Closed-Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) are used to monitor traffic conditions at key locations in the City. By posting the CCTV images on the City's website, citizens have the opportunity to check the existing traffic conditions in real-time from their computer at work or at home.
This information may prove valuable to citizens planning a trip to one of the locations where CCTV cameras are installed by allowing the citizens to check traffic conditions prior to traveling to or through one of those locations.
The CCTV cameras are deployed at critical locations where high traffic demand occurs. At this time, four cameras have been installed in the Greenbrier area.
The CCTV cameras and the communication infrastructure required to transmit the video images are funded through the federal Congestion, Mitigation, and Air Quality (CMAQ) program. No City match is required.
CCTV cameras scan 23 signalized intersections.
No. Any use of the cameras other than for traffic monitoring purposes is strictly prohibited.
No. The camera images are provided to the public strictly for informational purposes only and are not to be used for any other purpose.