Police have long been used to circumvent traffic laws and are often the first responders to any traffic mishaps.As the number of traffic violations has skyrocketed, police have increasingly relied on automated camera systems to enforce traffic laws.But, with the advent of cameras, they can now be deployed to the street to enforce the law.Here's how to stop a police officer from violating your traf...
The New York Times has released a report that shows Google has purchased Austin traffic cones for use on its traffic cameras.
According to The Times, the Austin traffic camera system has been in use for the past six months.
Google says that its goal is to increase traffic safety.
Austin traffic safety advocates say that the cameras have increased safety.
“The Austin traffic system was built on a foundation of safety and trust.
Google was always going to want to see this happen and to see the cameras deployed on our streets,” said Matt DeLong, a spokesman for the Texas State Patrol.
“This is an example of Google doing the right thing for our community.”
Google is also using the system for its new “Traffic Cone” program, which aims to make driving safer.
Google has been using the technology for the last year and says that the cones are now being deployed on a handful of Austin neighborhoods.