Eyes on the border: Cameras give travellers a look at lineups

Two new DriveBC web cameras have gone live in Abbotsford, providing travellers with a look at local border traffic.

  • Dec. 15, 2011 7:00 a.m.

Two new cameras will offer travellers a view of the Huntington/Sumas Border Crossing traffic.

Two new DriveBC web cameras have gone live in Abbotsford, providing travellers heading to the Huntington/Sumas border crossing with a real-time snapshot of traffic volumes and road and weather conditions.

Both new webcams are located on Highway 11 at Farmer Road. One looks north, the other south towards the border, giving travellers a view of traffic heading to and from the Huntington/Sumas border crossing.

The new cameras complement the two existing webcams on Highway 11 at Second Avenue.

Views from the new webcams can be seen at:




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