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Washington, DC uses automated cameras for bus lane enforcement

AI powered program aims to make buses run more efficiently

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WMATA buses in the District of Columbia are now using automated cameras to enforce bus-only lanes and bus stop zones. The new initiative, called Clear Lanes, is modeled after similar programs, including San Francisco and New York City, and will be the first to use automated camera technology to enforce bus stop zones in addition to bus-only lanes.

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Clear Lanes Program | ddot

The Clear Lanes Project is a joint initiative between Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and DDOT that aims to improve bus travel times and enhance bus stop safety by using camera technology to identify illegally parked and stopped vehicles in dedicated bus lanes and bus zones.

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