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Transit NZ's Traffic Cams On Metservice.Com

Transit New Zealand's Traffic Cams On Metservice.Com

Issued at 12:40pm 21-Dec-2007


With the holiday traffic peaking over the next few weeks, you can now better plan your journey. Check out the new Transit traffic section and the day's weather on

The live cameras, which are updated every minute, are the newest addition to the site. The section features 16 cameras in Auckland and five Citylink cameras in Wellington.

Senior Market Manager at MetService, Craig Delany says, "Visitor numbers to peak in the early afternoon, so the traffic section is ideal for people heading home from work - and it's real time."

Transit Project Manager Deidre Hills says this is an exciting opportunity to keep travellers better informed.

"Transit is planning to install more cameras in the near future to improve traveller information services," says Miss Hills.


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