December 13, 2010 by USA Post
TDOT CAMERAS, TDOT Going to install the more cams on roads, Accident arose in the mid-state as rain fell for several hours during the night and all day Tuesday. TDOT said the steady stream of rain can cause puddling, which is puddles on the highway. The reasons for the rising waters can vary from drainage problems to the problems of the road. TDOT and said they are making sure they identify and address trouble spots.
Jim Lott with AAA said driving too fast and too close to the beginning of most accidents in the water, even causing hydroplaning.
“Your driving ability will be affected, your braking ability will be affected and more things can happen,” said Lott.
To monitor traffic and identify problems affecting traffic, TDOT has 83 cameras. After the first year, they plan to have nearly 150.
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