ODOT Showing Current Road Conditions Online With Road Cameras
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is strongly discouraging travel after a new round of snow fell across the state.
ODOT is showing current road conditions online with their road cameras in an effort to help residents understand the latest road conditions across Oklahoma. The video clips, which can be viewed at www.oktraffic.org, are on 10-second loops and are updated every two minutes.
Highway crews have been working for days to clear roads, but the arctic temperatures and additional snow fall has left roads slick and hazardous all week.
Highways are narrowed throughout the state, including I-35 from south of the Oklahoma City metro to the Texas state line. Crews continue working to clear more than the one open lane in each direction.
These roads are also narrowed to one lane in each directions.
- I-40 near Webbers Falls (Muskogee County)
- I-40 near Arkansas state line (Sequoyah County)
- I-35 near Marietta (Love County)
- US-69 over Lake Eufaula (McIntosh County)
- US-75 north of Okmulgee (Okmulgee County)
Get the latest Oklahoma highway conditions by calling 888-425-2385. Get the latest on turnpike conditions at 877-403-7623.