The map below gives you an insight into the current traffic situation in Canada & the U.S.A., but the service operates in almost any country in the world.
Navigate to the area you want on the interactive map, where the different traffic situations are marked with other color codes and show the route and Roadblocks. To define a path direction, use the route planner.
Hints: The map will appear after a search done. Use the Choose view menu in the bottom-right corner of the map to display traffic conditions, roadblocks, traffic incidents, satellite map, terrain map, and public transport.
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You may look for traffic conditions for the following Canadian cities on this live traffic map: Airdrie, Brooks, Calgary, Camrose, Chestermere, Cold Lake, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Grande Prairie, Lacombe, Leduc, Lethbridge, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Wetaskiwin.
What are the colored lines representing on the traffic map?
The colored lines representing traffic conditions in Canada on major highways or streets refer to the speed at which one can travel on that road.
- The dreaded Red lines on the map mean highway traffic is moving at less than 25 miles / 40.2 km per hour and could indicate an accident or congestion on that route.
- Yellow lines on the map indicate that traffic moves faster, from 25 to 50 miles / 40.2 to 80.46 km per hour.
- Green lines mean on the traffic map indicates zipping along at 50 miles / 80.46 km per hour or more.
- If you see Grey lines on the map, it indicates that there’s no traffic information available at the time.
- The red-black line on the map indicates extremely slow or stopped traffic.