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Bainbridge traffic study is using car cameras

Cameras have been placed at road intersections across the island to collect data for a traffic study. - Photo courtesy of the city of Bainbridge Island
Cameras have been placed at road intersections across the island to collect data for a traffic study.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of the city of Bainbridge Island

The city of Bainbridge Island has put up approximately 72 cameras at intersections on the island as part of a traffic study that will gather data to use when assessing development impact fees.

The cameras will be counting how many cars go left, right or straight at a particular intersection.

City officials said the cameras were recently installed by Idax data, and will remain up for a few days.

 

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