By Nick ZiembaThe Seattle traffic cameras program has received $200,000 from the U.S. Department of Transportation to expand its scope and expand its pilot program.

The Seattle Traffic Center is part of the State of Washington, which is the largest state in the U/S.

border with Mexico.

The project will be funded by $200.7 million in federal grants, the Seattle Times reports.

The project is a partnership between the State Transportation Department, the city of Seattle, the Metropolitan Transit Authority and a group of Seattle companies that include Seattle’s Metropolitan Police Department, Seattle City Light, and the Seattle Parking Authority.

The program, which started in 2011, is expected to have about 400 cameras throughout the region by 2019, the newspaper reports.

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