NYC DOT Traffic Management Center
NYC DOT's Traffic Management Center (TMC), located in Long Island City, Queens, receives feeds from closed circuit television cameras trained on major arteries. The TMC receives data from a coalition of transportation and public safety agencies in New York managed by Transcom - allowing operations staff to track live traffic conditions at key locations in the City.
Traffic & Transit Cameras
View real-time traffic and transit events, as well as cameras in the New York City area, via 511NY, New York State's official traffic and travel information source. 511NY's Real-Time Traffic map contains data provided by the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), NYC DOT, and the New York State Thruway Authority. In addition, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates many NYC bridges and tunnels and has several camera feeds.
511NY Traffic & Transit Map
The 511NY map provides information including current construction projects, special events, collisions/incidents, and camera feeds in New York.
How to Use the 511NY Traffic & Transit Map
- Click “Map Legend” on the upper right hand-side of the map to select the traffic condition(s) you wish to view (i.e. Cameras, Closures)
- Zoom in on roadways and click on the map’s icons (i.e. cameras, red cones) to see information at a specific location
From time to time, cameras may be out of service because of construction, weather conditions, or mechanical or electrical failure. Cameras will be restored to service as soon as possible.
NYC DOT Traffic Cameras
To view only NYC DOT cameras online, visit nyctmc.org or view a list of NYC DOT traffic cameras. NYC DOT cameras provide frequently updated still images from locations in the five boroughs. NYC DOT staff uses these cameras to monitor traffic conditions and may reposition them to view traffic from varying directions.
NYC DOT traffic cameras only provide live feeds and do not record any footage.