The Portland Police Department’s Traffic Light Sign Program is getting a boost in its effort to show people what they’re supposed to do when they see a traffic light, the Portland Mercury reports.
The city’s Traffic Signal program, which was launched in 2017 and is still in its early stages, will be using traffic cameras to show what signs are visible to drivers in an effort to encourage them to obey the traffic signal signals.
The program has already been seen in Portland and around the country.
Portland’s traffic cameras will show drivers a sign that reads, “Stop at the stop sign.
No stopping or stopping.”
The program will also have traffic light signs that will display a number that will indicate when the light is green, yellow or red.
The Portland Police will then have a team of experts work with a software engineer to create traffic light images.
The first phase of the project will include about 60 traffic light sign images and will be able to create a complete visual representation of a given traffic light.
In the first two weeks, a team from the city’s Bureau of Transportation will be working with a technology vendor to create the traffic light image, according to a city release.
The project is part of a larger effort to better understand how to best respond to traffic emergencies, the release said.
The Portland Bureau of Transit will use the traffic camera data to develop better strategies for responding to and managing traffic emergencies.