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Web sites offer Masters traffic help

Web cam image from Washington Road at Boy Scout Road Monday morning
Monday, April 8, 2013 7:16 AM
Last updated 7:20 PM
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As Masters traffic gets under way this morning, several sites can assist motorists in avoiding event traffic or navigating through it.

Feeds on Augusta Traffic Engineering’s Twitter and Facebook accounts will be updated throughout the week to show up-to-date traffic information.

About a dozen traffic cameras are also viewable online. The locations, including Washington Road, River Watch Parkway, Berckmans Road and Interstate 20 ramps, can show viewers actual congestion on the streets.

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GnipGnop 04/08/13 - 08:27 am
Couldn't get the link to work

But when I copy and paste the address it comes up....

Fiat_Lux 04/08/13 - 12:10 pm
Some of these views are worthless

The Riverwatch camera only show the I-20 ramps but not the traffic on Riverwatch.

How does that help?

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