By Scott Bolthouse—Hub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com
The Huron Township Department of Public Safety updated the community Friday on the progress of a live camera feed that shows the railroad crossings in the township.
The system was launched in August 2017 and has cameras that use solar power. Due to this, sometimes the live feed doesn’t work well during rainy or cloudy days.
The system was launched at no-cost to the department and is a partnership with Bernard Yoscovits and XG Security Services.
The department is currently working with DTE Energy to have power installed at the camera locations.
To access the video, residents can download a smartphone app called ACTi Mobile Client from their phone’s app store.
For directions on how to download the app, visit this article from our archives: Camera system shows live feed of railroad crossings in Huron Township
The Eureka Road crossing in Romulus was recently added to the live feed.
Here is the update posted by Public Safety Director Everette Robbins on the Facebook: