New CCTV surveillance and ANPR camera system to monitor traffic flow in Aberdeen

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A new CCTV surveillance and ANPR camera system will be installed on key routes around Aberdeen in order to monitor traffic flow and journey times, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.

The information collected by the £300,000 system will be used information to help the flow of traffic going in and out of the city, particularly in locations beside the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).

Measures to be taken based on the data will include changing traffic signal timings, issuing traffic information and bulletins, and giving the potential to divert traffic on to less congested routes.

An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “This is a very exciting development for controlling traffic flow around the city as it means operators can be alerted to incidents straight away, or can redirect traffic away from busy areas.

“The benefits to motorists include reduced delays at key locations and a system which is designed to work with the new AWPR routes in and out of the city.”

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