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DriveBC Web site features new highway Web cams

VICTORIA, B.C. -- DriveBC had added new highway Web cams to its site to help truckers and motorists plan ...


VICTORIA, B.C. — DriveBC had added new highway Web cams to its site to help truckers and motorists plan their routes this winter.

 

In the southern interior of B.C., new Web cams have been placed on: Hwy. 3 about 3 km east of Paulson Summit; Hwy. 3 in Hosmer; Hwy. 95 at Brisco Road in Brisco; and Highway 93/95 at the junction of Highway 95A near Wasa.

 

In the south coast region, new Web cams can be found at: Hwy. 7 east of Nelson Street in Mission; Hwy. 99 at Function Junction, 5 kilometres south of Whistler; Hwy. 99 at Alice Lake, 10 kilometres north of Squamish; and Hwy. 99 at Furry Creek, 12 kilometres south of Squamish.

 

“With these new Web cams, motorists will be better informed of weather and road conditions and be able to make safe travel plans,” said Transport Minister, Shirley Bond. “There are now 145 Web cam images on the DriveBC Web site to help motorists make their travel plans as we move into the fall and winter seasons.”

 

To check out road conditions, visit www.drivebc.ca.


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1 Comment » for DriveBC Web site features new highway Web cams
  1. environmentally bad says:

    The median scale in Golden BC comically has it’s OPEN and report sign left on 7/24. Environmental waste and air pollutant making us drip to first gear and come in.???????? Stop it ..

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