B.C. adds eight new highway Web cams

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VICTORIA, B.C. — Road conditions in unpredictable British Columbia are now a little bit more predictable, with the addition of eight new DriveBC Web cams.

“With these new webcams, motorists know weather and highway conditions and are able to make safe travel plans,” said Transport Minister, Shirley Bond. “DriveBC now has 175 webcams showing highway conditions throughout the province to help you plan a safe trip.”

Five of the new Web cams are in the Lower Mainland with others located on Hwy. 99 at Fountain Valley just north of Lillooet, Hwy. 97A at Spallumcheen, north of Vernon and on Hwy. 1 near the 10 Mile Brake Check in the Kicking Horse Canyon.

All t he Web cams are available at www.drivebc.ca. You can also get road condition reports by calling 800-550-HWYS.

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