Current Incidents on the Scottish Roads Network

    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 20:03
    The A889 is closed in both directions at Laggan due to essential overnight roadworks. Motorists are advised to use the available diversion route and to allow extra time for their journey.
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 20:06
    A876 Clackmannan Bridge is closed for overnight repairs, drivers are advised to use diversion and expect a delay to journey times.
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:03
    A82 Invermoriston - Invergarry is closed for overnight repairs, drivers are advised to use diversion and expect longer than normal journey times.
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:03
    A701 is closed in both directions at Amisfield for essential overnight roadworks. Drivers are advised to approach with caution and allow for longer than normal journey time,
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:03
    A720 Westbound is closed at Calder Junction due to overnight roadworks. Drivers are advised to expect longer than normal journey times.
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:15
    A7 Hawick (A698) - Selkirk (A708) is closed for overnight repairs, drivers are advised to use diversion and expect longer journey times.
    Posted on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:54
    M80 Junction 2 South is closed for essential overnight works, drivers are advised to use diversion and expect longer than normal journey times.

Lochaber Area Live Traffic Cameras

Morar North
Morar South
A830 - Morar North
A830 - Morar South
Altnafeadh East
Altnafeadh West
A82 Altnafeadh East
A82 Altnafeadh West
Cluanie East
Cluanie West
A87 Cluanie East
A87 Cluanie West
Glenfinnan East
Achlain East
A830 Glenfinnan East
A887 Achlain East
Tyndrum North
Tyndrum South
A82 Tyndrum North
A82 Tyndrum South

Traffic Cam Images updated every 10 minutes.

All information and images on this page is provided by:
Traffic Scotland

TRAFFIC CAMERA INFORMATION PAGE

Source Of Images
The traffic images on this website are sourced [in part] from the Transport Scotland's Traffic Scotland traffic management cameras on the truck road and motorway network in Scotland.

Copyright of Images and their Use and Re-Use
The images are Crown Copyright and are supplied for re-use on the Traffic Scotland Live-Eye-View Remote Image Repository FTP service by the Transport Scotland on behalf of Scottish Ministers acting under delegated licensing authority from the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO).

The traffic images may only be re-used or copied to others under Licence by Scottish Ministers. Requests to re-use the images under Licence may be made by completing the on-line application form on the traffic camera pages of the Scottish Minister's website https://trafficscotland.org.

Re-use of the images includes the automatic acquisition of images from the service provided by the User.

Transport Scotland reserve the right to remove access to images by the User in the instance of re-use of images through automatic image acquisition from the service provided by the User.

The traffic images may however be reproduced free of charge in any format or medium provided they are reproduced for research private study or internal circulation within an organisation subject to their being reproduced accurately and not used in a misleading context.

Road Safety
The images must not be viewed whilst driving. In law a person may be regarded as driving a vehicle whilst the engine is running and the vehicle is stationary.

Objectives of Providing the Images to the Public and Feedback
Scottish Ministers license the re-use of traffic images from the Transport Scotland's Traffic Scotland's traffic management cameras on the Traffic Scotland Live-Eye-View Remote Image Repository FTP service to help us to provide traffic information to the public in support of better journey planning and more reliable journeys.

Any Feedback should be direct via the Traffic Scotland website https://trafficscotland.org/feedback/

Background on Transport Scotland's Traffic Scotland Traffic Images
Comprehensive information about Transport Scotland distribution of images from its traffic management cameras is available on the traffic camera pages of the Scottish Minister's website https://trafficscotland.org.