A new DriveBC webcam, near Tete Jaune Cache, gives motorists the opportunity to check road and weather conditions before they embark on their trip, helping them plan a safe journey.
The webcam displays views on Hwy16 at the Hwy 5 junction.
“DriveBC webcams allow you to ‘know before you go’ so you can take necessary precautions to arrive safely at your destination,” said Prince George-Valemount MLA Shirley Bond.
DriveBC was launched in 2005 and is the government of B.C.’s most popular website. DriveBC receives an average of 2.9 million visits per month. This is the fourth camera on Hwy 16 between Prince George and the Alberta border. The other cameras are located at Red Pass, Dunster, and Bowron River.