TrafficLand, an aggregator of live traffic video in the United States located in Fairfax, Va., says 330 cameras have been added to its network in St. Louis, Mo. and East St. Louis.
The new service integrates 293 Missouri Department of Transportation (DOT) cameras and 37 Illinois DOT cameras for the first time, giving commuters, media, first responders and others a more comprehensive view of traffic conditions across St. Louis.
Public access to the 330 traffic cameras across the greater St. Louis metropolitan area, plus thousands more nationwide, is available on www.trafficland.com as well as mobile applications for iPhone and iPad (Traffic View), Android (Traffic Buddy) and Windows Phone 7 (Traffic Cams) users.
“For the first time, there’s one source for all live traffic video across the St. Louis metropolitan area,” said Lawrence Nelson, CEO of TrafficLand. “Now, TrafficLand gives St. Louis area commuters, the media, first responders and others a truly comprehensive resource to see and understand traffic conditions no matter which side of the Missouri River their travels take them,” he said.