Recordings of AGD traffic management tool, at specific pedestrian crossing

P. Christoff made this Freedom of Information request to Glasgow City Council

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Dear Glasgow Council,

Can you please advise if there where is a central recording of AGD Traffic Management tools, more specific at the pedestrian crossing leading from Bain Street onto London Road? And are potential recorded images kept for a certain number of weeks? If so, would I be able to view or request any such images from a specific date and time?

I am making this query for the purpose of obtaining evidence in an road traffic incident. The incident happened on the 16/07/2016 in the evening.

I have tried to find information on this via GCC website and AGD, however with no success.
Hence the location of where such recordings can be reviewed and times of access would be greatly appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

P. Christoff

Customer Care Centre, Glasgow City Council

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For the attention of P Christoff

 

Please find attached Glasgow City Council’s response to your request for
information about AGD recordings at the pedestrian crossing leading from
Bain Street onto London Road.

 

Should you have any difficulty in opening the attachment, we will be
pleased to send you a paper copy if you provide us with a postal address.

 

Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Team

 

 

Communications and Support

Customer and Business Services

Glasgow City Council

Room 20

45 John Street

GLASGOW  

G1 1JE

 

E-mail: [1][email address]

 

 

 

Glasgow - UK Council of the Year 2015

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