Lasers to the rescue: System may ease traffic in N.M.


By LEE ROSS
Mountain View Telegraph 
 
ALBUQUERQUE — Three-dimensional laser imaging technology may be part of the solution to road closures in Tijeras Canyon.

A demonstration of a laser scanning system is planned for legislators, the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department and the public on Friday.

The system is touted for reducing the time needed for traffic accident investigations - which can require closing the highway, quickly turning the canyon into a parking lot - by up to 50 percent.

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