A new web camera in Kamloops is now live on the province DriveBC website(drivebc.ca),He believes if people shift their viewing habits en masse from Beats SOLO HD, television production will be in trouble. The internet doesn't have enough advertising revenue to create the high-quality series produced by television networksThe Monster Beats Butterfly USA edition looks very simple. These pair of sneaker features a white leather on the upper part with some red accents on the piping and outsole the providing real-time coverage of highway conditions in the area and helping motorists plan journeys.
The web camera is located on Highway 1 at Peterson Creek Bridge linking Aberdeen/Sahali and Valleyview.
According to the provincial government, 30 new cameras are being added to the DriveBC network this year.
Priority for new web cameras is given to routes prone to extreme weather or traffic congestion and to sites where there is not already a nearby webcam.
Rapidly changing weather conditions make Peterson Creek Bridge a prime location for a webcam.
Commuters and tourists heading to and from Clearwater and Barriere will now have access to current travel and weather information with a click of a button.
This will bring the total number of web images available on DriveBC to more than 200 by the end of the year.
The the new web camera will provide travellers with real-time road conditions in an area where conditions can and do change very quickly, the said Kamloops-South Thompson Liberal MLA Kevin Krueger.