UDOT Traffic Cameras
The cameras images shown below are just a small sampling of what is available. UDOT has more than 850 cameras statewide and more than 150 variable message signs (VMS). Images from the cameras and VMS can be seen on the UDOT Traffic website, along with incident, construction and weather information.
I-15 NB @ 10200 S / MP 294.2, SND
I-80 EB @ 2400 E / MP 126.82, SLC
I-15 SB @ 700 S / MP 307.29, SLC
I-15 SB @ I-215 South Interchange / MP 299, MUR
UDOT Traffic Disclaimer
Traveler information is provided as a public service. Information is published automatically by the UDOT Traffic Operations Center; the accuracy or timeliness can't be guaranteed. Availability of data is dependent upon several factors beyond the control of UDOT, such as Internet service, computer, communications networks, sensor and photography equipment. We apologize for any misinformation and work diligently to keep the system as current and accurate as possible.
The Data Portal contains UDOT's spatial and non-spatial data. This site has been designed to provide easy access to data applications, training and news.
Traffic volume information is vital to planning and UDOT's Program Development division provides this valuable data through the traffic statistics webpage.
Be sure to check out the Traffic Maps section and interactive Google Earth map.
Park Lane; Signing Improvements
1800 North Study; I-15 to 2000 West
Bangerter at Redwood Road
U.S. 40; Recreation/Wildlife Crossing
900 East; 5700 S to 5900 S
Brigham City DDI
West Davis Corridor
S.R. 201; 9450 W to 5600 W
Riverdale Rd; 1900 W to I-84
Pioneer Crossing Extension
I-15; South Davis
I-80; Silvercreek to Wanship
I-15 The Point
Washington Blvd Pavement Rehab
South Cedar Interchange
I-15; North Beaver to Manderfield
U.S. 89: Antelope Drive Intersection
All UDOT Projects
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