Newsbytes.ph reports that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently launched the MMDA Traffic Mirror, a website that "allows motorists to get real-time video feed of the latest traffic situation on the road."
According to the report, the website, which can be accessed at http://MMDA.NowPlanet.TV for free anytime and any day, "provides real-time video feed from nine closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed along Edsa, C-5 Road, and Commonwealth Avenue." The videos can be viewed on "any PC, smartphone, or tablet device."
Aside from helping motorists assess the traffic situation and plan their trips, MMDA chairman Francis Tolentino said the MMDA Traffic Mirror "can also be used in monitoring flooding during the rainy season."
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