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.
UDOT works with the legislature to provide data and information that help identify statewide transportation needs.
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Redwood Rd; I-215 North to Center St.
Bangerter Hwy; 11400 S. Interchange
I-15 Exit 11 Study
I-15; 10600 S. to 600 N.
I-15 Layton Crossing
NB I-15; Bangerter to I-215
U.S. 191; North Moab to Colorado River
S.R. 9; Rockville to Zion National Park
Bangerter Hwy; 6200 S. Interchange
Bangerter Hwy; 9000 S. Interchange
I-15 Honeyville Interchange
I-15 Technology Corridor
Ramp ID Signs
Moab Main St.
Midvalley Hwy. in Tooele Co.
Provo Orem TRIP
All UDOT Projects
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