- The Oklahoma Transportation Commission authorized a $2.7 Million dollar plan to supplement cameras to 23 new locations in Tulsa and Rogers County.
- This will move a series of locations from 11 to 34.
Officials contend 23 new trade cameras opposite Tulsa and Rogers County will give drivers and puncture responders a improved demeanour during overload and continue conditions.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) authorized a $2.7 million dollar plan Monday.
ODOT has cameras already set adult during 11 spots along vital interchanges and highways.
The cameras tide a 10 second shave updating each dual mins on ODOT’s website.
Drivers and puncture responders can check trade and demeanour for any hazards before attack a road.
The new plan will scarcely triple a series of locations from 11 to 34.
ODOT says a images are not available and military do not demeanour during them for law coercion purposes.
It will take during slightest 4 months for crews to supplement new poles and get all of a apparatus they need.