MPD’s Spy Eye @ 16th and Irving

Well look what I found on the corner of 16th and Irving Streets NW: a DC MPD surveillance camera. That would be in addition to the red light camera on 16th Street facing the Irving Street intersection.

Why should we care about another MPD CCTV? Because this camera would’ve seen the red light runner who caused a DC bus kiss and a 16th Street parking lot last week.

It also sees more than traffic incidents, perched in the middle of the 15th, 16th, and Irving intersection. It sees you walking along the street, and me taking its photo. Now lets see if it does what its supposed to.

Lets see if this camera saw who caused the Metro buses to collide.

1 Comment so far

  1. ardie (unregistered) on September 19th, 2006 @ 11:38 am

    I don’t think that is one of the new DC MPD surveillance cameras, but a DDOT traffic camera which can be viewed by anyone with an internet connection.

    check out this link:

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