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Dinolfo Announces Live Traffic Cameras Are Again Available on County Website

County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Monroe County recently completed upgrades to its real-time traffic camera system, used by County staff at the Regional Traffic Operations Center (RTOC) to monitor and manage local traffic flow. The new system is a joint partnership between Monroe County and the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). As has been past practice, access to the cameras for public viewing is available on the County website at monroecounty.gov and the State website at 511ny.org.

“Access to real-time traffic cameras has always been a popular resource used by our residents to plan the best routes to and from home, work, or school,” said Dinolfo. “Through a unique partnership with the State Department of Transportation, we now offer live feeds to over 100 cameras throughout our County. I encourage residents to take advantage of this free service at monroecounty.gov or 511NY.org, especially when local road conditions could be challenging.”

The camera feeds are connected via fiber-optic cabling to the RTOC, which is jointly operated by the Monroe County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) and the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). The cameras refresh every 5 to 10 seconds, with over 100 cameras currently in place throughout Monroe County. An additional 50 cameras will be installed over the next two years.

The public can access the live cameras on the County website at www2.monroecounty.gov/dot-index.php. The “Live Traffic Cameras” link on the left-hand menu connects to 511ny.org, NYSDOT’s centralized source of traffic, travel, and transit information.

Monroe County had previously provided online live feeds to its own traffic camera system until recently partnering with NYSDOT to streamline and expand this free public resource.