Cameras are a vital tool for North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) personnel. They are used to monitor storm events, verify conditions, and assist in decision making. The use of cameras increases worker safety while saving trips, time, and money.
These cameras can also be useful to the traveling public. They can be used to view conditions throughout the state and assist drivers in making safe travelling decisions.
Cameras can be viewed in two ways from the NDDOT Travel Information Map.
- By selecting the "Camera Images" tab at the top of the NDDOT Travel Information Map (Figure 1).
- From the map view by selecting the "Weather Cameras" layer in the legend (Figure 2).
To view cameras on the NDDOT Travel Information Map:
Click the “Weather Cameras
” check box in the legend to the left of the map screen (Figure 2
). Icons will then be shown on the map at camera locations. The camera icons represent cameras with still pictures and video camera icons represent cameras with live streaming video and still pictures (Figure 3
The cameras can be filtered by highway or region by using the pull-down menu on the "Camera Images" page (Figure 4).