Regional government to install 796 CCTV cameras around Yangon

The Yangon Region government plans to install 796 CCTV cameras, including 154 modernised traffic lights, said Police Lt-Col Aung Ko Oo from the No 2 Traffic Police Force.

Myanmar Shwe Yin Company will cooperate with the CRCC company from China to install four cameras at each traffic light. A total of 606 cameras will be installed at 154 traffic lights. Similarly, the traffic rule enforcement supervisory committee proposed to the regional government that 40 cameras at Yangon’s 20 entrances and exits be installed, along with 80 cameras at 40 other locations in Yangon and 60 cameras at another 30 locations to monitor illegal parking.

Moreover, the regional government plans to install 20 cameras that can rotate 360 degrees at 20 traffic lights, said Police Lt-Col Aung Ko Oo.

The committee also proposed that the regional government set up 2,000 warning signs in about traffic rules, pave a 100-metre long tarmac road at each traffic light and set up road signs in traffic light areas, the police official said.


Source: Eleven Myanmar

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