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DelDOT Adds DRBA Cameras to App and Website

Matt Ball on March 4, 2016 - in Construction, Corporate, Sensors, Transportation

Dover—The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announced, in support of the Delaware River & Bay Authority’s (DRBA) construction project on I-295, DelDOT has added access to the DRBA’s six live cameras to the DelDOT App and DelDOT.gov website.

The fourth and final phase of the I-295 Delaware Approach Road Improvement Project to the Delaware Memorial Bridge started in mid-February. The cameras, which cover the approaches to the Delaware Memorial Bridge and its toll plaza, will be of special use to travelers while the DRBA proceeds with the I-295 Southbound Reconstruction project through 2018.

DelDOT provides live video from over 100 cameras statewide with up-to-the minute traffic data, and the addition of the six DRBA cameras will help motorists stay informed and avoid delays in the area of the construction project along I-295 and U. S. Route 13 in New Castle County.

The DelDOT App and DelDOT.gov website provide users with access to live cameras throughout the state as well as real-time reports on traffic conditions, DelDOT projects, news, and more. The DelDOT App is available through Google Play and The App Store.

For more information on the I-295 Delaware Approach Road Improvement project, visit www.drba.net.

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