The RM200 mil Integrated Transport Information System (ITIS 2.0) is all set to start next month but experts say it takes more than CCTVs to solve crime and traffic problems.
All systems go: The video wall of the Integrated Transport Information System or ITIS 2.0 in TMC Bukit Jalil is now up and running.
A total of 967 closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) out of 1,000 have already been installed. Some 135 variable message signs or VMS boards are up and the giant multi-million ringgit video wall is now live over at the Transport Management Centre (TMC) in Bukit Jalil Technology Park, Sungei Besi.
After several delays, ITIS 2.0 is finally back on track.
The buzz can certainly be felt at the ITIS headquarters in Bukit Jalil. The excitement was evident when StarMetro was given a sneak peek ahead of its planned re-launch in May.
All the CCTVs and cameras have been linked up to the five police district headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, costing RM200mil in taxpayers’ funds to revive the long- dead system. Read more ....