Last week the New Brunswick Department of Transportation made available its highway cameras online. There are over 30 cameras which allow users to see road and weather conditions around the province before traveling (or just out of curiosity).
One glaring omission is the lack of cameras along the Highway 2 which being the Trans-Canada highway is one of the busiest highways in the province. It appears that there are plans to add cameras on the highway in the upper Saint John valley but that still leaves no cameras between Fredericton and Moncton which can be treacherous at times in the winter.
Kudos to the NB DOT for this service.
Update Dec 08: There are now 36 cameras online including some in the Upper Saint John Valley near Woodstock and one on the Highway 2 (Trans-Canada) at the Saint John River Bridge between Fredericton and Moncton. http://www.gnb.ca/0113/cameras/camera-sites-e.asp
Update Dec 09: A few more cameras bringing the total up to 40. NB DOT have also added a new feature which displays snapshots from all of the highway cameras in New Brunswick – http://www.gnb.ca/0113/cameras/allcams-e.asp
See also New Brunswick Road and highway conditions or dial 511 (in NB) for more information