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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:
Canterbury Rest Area
Exit 15 in Concord
I-89 Junction in Bow
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. 9 Traffic Cams
Keene NH
Rt. 28 Traffic Cams
Derry NH
Rt. 101 Traffic Cams:
Manchester Exit 1
Epping Exit 6
Stratham Exit 11
Rt. 102 Traffic Cams
Derry NH
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
Host a Traffic Cam
Unusual 911 Calls
Tribute to Firemen


Boston & NH Traffic Reports


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Our eAlerts system is designed to send you an alert if traffic conditions become abnormally congested in the area that you travel so that you can find an alternate route before you get stuck in traffic. eAlerts can be sent to your Email address, Cell Phone, PDA, or Pager! Alerts are mainly sent for accidents. We do not typically send alerts for areas that are commonly congested.


Our traffic alerts can be customized to meet your most commonly traveled routes. We offer traffic alerts by county or by major roadways in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Currently, we are reporting about 85% of the traffic problems on major roadways. We do not always send out eAlerts for secondary roadway accidents. Traffic alerts are currently sent out from 6:30am - 6:00pm, Monday - Friday (approximately).


In most cases, you will receive an eAlert BEFORE emergency vehicles have even arrived on the accident scene or before crews arrive to relieve traffic for other traffic obstructions, giving you plenty of time to find an alternate route!


As a free service, we offer free accounts to NH and MA Police Departments, Fire Departments and other agencies and departments that would like to notify their residents in the event of an emergency that causes traffic delays or other emergencies. Contact your local NH town and tell them about our free service.





Sorry, we have discontinued our traffic reports and eAlerts service




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