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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Two new rural cameras give motorists a bird's eye view

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By Laurie Merrill ADOT Communications 

New camera mapAs the summer travel season kicks off, ADOT's Arizona Traveler Information site at az511.gov has added to the camera views that help motorists get a look at the latest conditions along state highways.
 
These two new cameras, mounted on message boards, are located at:
 
• Interstate 8 west of Interstate 10 near milepost 174. This east-facing camera in Pinal County offers a view of the Casa Grande Mountains.
 
• Interstate 15 in Littlefield near milepost 8. This Mohave County camera faces south and provides a view of both open fields and mountain crests.  
 
Before leaving home, travelers can use az511.gov or call 511 to get the latest conditions and any projects and restrictions on their route. The many traffic and weather camera views available there are a part of its value to drivers.
 
ADOT uses these same cameras to monitor conditions and alert motorists to conditions via highway signs, Twitter and Facebook in addition to az511.gov and 511.
 
Learn more about our traffic cameras from our Transportation Defined blog series. To see the latest cameras images, visit az511.gov and make sure “Cameras” is clicked in the upper right corner.
 
Posted by David Woodfill   |  Labels:  az511.gov, cameras, interstate-15, Interstate-8, Rural-Dynamic-Message-Sign-Cameras


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