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Quick Glance
Commuter Routes
I-93 Manchester to Boston
Spaulding Turnpike Rochester to Portsmouth
 
I-89 Traffic Cams
Between Exits 12 & 13

Exit 9

 
I-93 Traffic Cams:
Sanbornton
Canterbury Rest Area
Exit 15 in Concord
I-89 Junction in Bow
Hooksett
Londonderry Exit 5
Windham Exit 3
Salem Exit 2
Manchester to Boston
 
I-95 Traffic Cams:
High-Level Bridge
Portsmouth Exit 7
Portsmouth Exit 6
Portsmouth Exit 4
Portsmouth Exit 3
Greenland NH
Hampton NH
 
I-293 Traffic Cams:
Manchester Exit 1
 
FE Everett Turnpike
Nashua Exit 8
 
Spaulding Trnpk Cams
Rochester NH
Dover NH
Newington NH
Portsmouth NH
Rochester to Portsmouth
 
Rt. 1 Traffic Cams
Rt. 1 on Memorial Bridge

 

Rt. 3 Traffic Cams
Lancaster NH
 
Rt. 4 Traffic Cams
Durham NH
 
Rt. 101 Traffic Cams:
Manchester Exit 1
Epping Exit 6
Stratham Exit 11
Exeter
Hampton
 
Rt. 106 Traffic Cams
All Rt. 106 Cams
 
Other Webcams:
Live Maine Cams
Live Vermont Cams
Outdoor NH Webcams
Permanent Mounted
NH Highway Cams
 
Webcam Help:
How to Install a Traffic Cam
 
NH Traffic Resources:
Traffic Reports
NH Mile Marker Locations
NH Towns
 
Boston Traffic Cameras:
I-93 in Boston
I-495 Traffic Cams
Rt. 128 Traffic Cams
Mass Pike Traffic Cams
 
Past Traffic Cam Locations:
These cameras are now offline
Rt. 111 in Windham
Rt. 4 in Chichester
Other...
Host a Traffic Cam
Unusual 911 Calls
Tribute to Firemen
 

 

How to Install a Traffic Cam or Webcam

Emergency Notices

 

Installing a Webcam or Traffic Cam:

Installing a webcam or traffic cam is easy. Basically, you will need a webcam and possibly webcam software that automatically uploads to a server if you are using a low-end webcam like the ones for personal use. If you would like instructions on installing the traffic camera yourself, please see the information below. If you need help setting up a camera for use on our site, please contact us for free assistance in setting up your NH traffic cam or other type of outdoor New Hampshire, Maine, or Vermont based cam.

 

If you own a business, you will get free advertising for as long as you allow us to use the images you generate from your traffic or outdoor webcam. If you do not own a business we can donate the web page to a charity of your choice or we can create a family page for you, or just simply run the images on our site for you. All other ideas will be considered in exchange for setting up a traffic cam at your location.

 

 

How to Install a Webcam Yourself:

To install a webcam for use as a traffic cam, you will need the following:

  • A web camera

  • Webcam FTP upload software (may come with camera)

  • An extension cable if the computer is beyond 4-5 feet from the camera location.

  • Computer with windows 98 or higher, left on 24/7/365 if possible

  • OR, alternatively you can purchase an IP camera which is designed to be used for security. In most cases these IP cameras can be used to upload photos or video to a server/website.

Once you have everything required, follow instructions provided to install the camera and software.

 

 

 

 

     

 

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