A webcam will offer members of the public the chance to see the real-time progress of work on the new Northampton bus interchange.
Contractor Kier has set up a webcam on the Mayorhold car park, which takes a new image every ten minutes and posts it on the Northampton Alive website.
The new £7 million interchange is expected to open in spring 2014 and is funded by Northampton Borough Council, West Northamptonshire Development Corporation and Northamptonshire County Council.
It will also allow for the old Greyfriars bus station to be demolished and replaced with new retail premises.
Councillor Tim Hadland, (Con, Old Duston), cabinet member for regeneration, said: “This will be a fascinating development to keep an eye on.
“Northampton has needed this new interchange for such a long time and now people will be able to watch as it takes shape.
“This is a great time for Northampton as it’s receiving a massive amount of investment while other areas of the country, and indeed large parts of Europe, are stagnating.”
The new bus interchange will occupy the site bordered by Greyfriars, Sheep Street, Bradshaw Street and Silver Street.
To view the webcam footage, and a short film of how the site is expected to develop, visit the Northampton Alive website.