The ONLY app to show live traffic incidents and 3,500+ cameras covering England, Scotland and Wales.
Live traffic incidents and traffic cams covering:
– England: Traffic England for all motorways and main trunk roads: 2,093 cameras
– Scotland: Traffic Scotland: 304 cameras
– Wales: Traffic Wales: 250 cameras
– London: TfL: 911 video cameras
– Manchester: 63 cameras
– Tyne & Wear: 261 cameras
– Essex: 35 cameras
– Tamar Crossing: 2 cameras
– Shows current incidents in order of distance from your current location (closest incidents are shown first).
– Each incident is colour-coded to indicate the severity of the delay.
– You can quickly see the distance the incident is from you, the road name, the type of incident and when the incident info was updated.
– The detail view for each incident shows the description of the incident together with a map showing the exact location of the incident.
– Shows current incidents and traffic cams.
– Each incident is colour coded as well as being represented by an icon showing the incident type.
– Clicking on an incident displays more detail right there on the map.
– The map view can also show traffic camera images.
– Touch a camera icon on the map to view the most recent camera image.
– Toggle show/hide the cameras on the map.
Don’t forget to check the app before you start your journey: see winter weather conditions snow and ice, if there is a crash or congestion on your route etc.
– Email me for feature requests/bug reports etc. I would love to hear from you!
– Follow @ukroadsapp on Twitter for latest news on the app.
England traffic cameras: courtesy of Highways England
Wales traffic cameras: courtesy of Traffic Wales
Scotland traffic cameras: courtesy of Traffic Scotland
London traffic cameras: courtesy of Transport for London (TfL)
Manchester traffic cameras: courtesy of Transport for Greater Manchester
Tyne & Wear traffic cameras: courtesy of Tyne and Wear Urban Traffic Management Control
Essex traffic cameras: courtesy of Essex County Council
Tamar Crossing traffic cameras: courtesy of The Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry Joint Committee
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