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NH traffic updates available via real-time video

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire motorists can now get a real-time view of traffic conditions thanks to a new public-private partnership.

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is working with a Virginia Company called TrafficLand to allow the public to view video from cameras positioned in 10 locations around the state.

Through the website www.Trafficland.com , the public can view traffic and road conditions via Google maps that display travel speeds as color-coded lines — green for normal speeds, yellow for slowdowns and red for slowed or stopped traffic. Viewers can then bring up real-time video from nearby cameras to confirm travel conditions.

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