CScout Japan recently had the chance to check out Tokyo's Traffic Center, where a bunch of people work 24-hour shifts and try to stop the city from grinding to a halt. Cameras, helicopters, 17,000 vehicle detectors, as well as reports from both police and civilians, all contribute towards a harmonious transport system. For the full report, check the CScout blog.
Take a Peek Inside the Tokyo Traffic Center
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