The New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) agreed to stream traffic video from a network of roadside cameras to the TrafficLand traveler information website for $2.5K per month.

Experience procuring and using emerging data from third parties.

New Jersey; United States

Summary Information

New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) administers a contract for both the Turnpike and the New Jersey DOT regarding redistriburion of streaming video from roadside traffic cameras. The agreement indicates that NJTA will receive compensation in the amount of $2,500.00 per month for all cameras configured to make data available to TrafficLand with additional compensation of $50 per month for each group of 50 cameras added to the original quantity.

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Considerations of Current and Emerging Transportation Management Center Data

Author: Pack, Michael; Nikola Ivanov; Jocelyn Bauer; and Elizabeth Birriel

Published By: USDOT Federal Highway Administration

Source Date: 07/01/2019

Other Reference Number: FHWA-HOP-18-084


System Cost

Streaming Video Data Access: $50 per month per 50 cameras.


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Related Unit Cost Subsystems

Roadside Detection (RS-D)


CCTV, closed circuit television cameras, road monitoring, sensors, vehicle detector, traffic detection, traffic monitoring, congestion monitoring

Cost ID: 2020-00445