When the traffic cameras in the i90 and i70 are all shut down in NJ, the state will be forced to buy new ones for the i80.
The i80 traffic camera was scheduled to be operational in March of this year, but the state announced in July that it would be shut down due to the “toxic air”.
The reason for shutting down the camera was due to a virus outbreak.
Now that the cameras are going dark, it is unclear how long the system will remain shut down.
The state has been running the cameras for six years, with each camera recording traffic at a speed of between 20 and 30 metres per second.
I’m guessing the i20 traffic camera will continue operating until at least September, when it is likely to be shut off again.
The NJ Traffic Department, which operates the traffic camera system, has been working on upgrading the cameras to make them capable of recording up to 60 megabits per second (Mbps).
The i70 cameras recorded speeds of more than 100 Mbps, but were shut down for a week due to pollution concerns.
The I90 cameras recorded up to 30 Mbps, and the i60 was shut down after an outbreak of flu in July.
The i80 cameras, meanwhile, were shuttered in September after an air quality advisory.
It is unclear what the future holds for the cameras.
While the I90 is expected to continue operating in the coming months, the i30s, i30e, i20, i70, and i20e traffic cameras are not expected to be available until September.