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 Issue # 36 October 2006 
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    by Mike Rochelle
    October 2006
    Traffic Cameras are an item a lot of us can't live without. Traffic cams in major metropolitan areas can show you what roads to avoid because of huge backups, an accident or road work. Also, if you're heading over the river and through the woods to grandmothers house you go, you might want to check out the mountain pass camera for any snow or the possibility of needing tire chains.

    The first place to start off looking for cameras is Google
    . You type in your state and your highway department name and a list is returned of traffic and road condition cameras.

    There are literally thousands of cameras online at any one given time; it is a very good way to see the world from the comfort of your own computer. Enjoy

    Vancouver WA Traffic Cam
    Spokane Traffic Cam
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