November 20, 2017 by The Canadian Press
Drivers in Manitoba will have a bit more help assessing road conditions before heading out this winter.
The government has added more than two dozen cameras to its road-monitoring network to help motorists meet the annual challenge of winter driving.
Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler says 25 cameras have been installed throughout the province.
There are now a total of 33 cameras that upload still images at regular intervals on Manitoba’s 511 website and mobile app.
This story was originally published by Canadian Insurance Top Broker.