For up-to-date travel conditions, visit TripCheck, ODOT's mobile-friendly travel information website. The site features:

  • Maps updated in real time that display road conditions, color-coded traffic speeds on most roads across the state, trouble spots, weather, construction, maintenance and traffic incidents. High impact incidents are prominently displayed as "alerts." 
  • More than 400 camera images from key locations throughout Oregon, as well as southern Washington and northern California.
  • Create and bookmark custom camera pages with up to 10 different cameras for quick checks of specific routes.
  • Links to bus, airport, train, bicycle and trucking information; commercial roadside services such as hotels, motels and restaurants; and detailed information on scenic byways, safety rest areas and Sno-Parks.
  • Detailed information on the use of traction tires and chains in Oregon.
  • Waze user reports and traffic jams; these are overlaid on the TripCheck map, providing real-time traffic and road conditions from Wazers in the area.
  • "Travel Time," shows current travel times from key highway connections throughout the Portland metro area.
  • Updated highway closure information associated with winter weather conditions on I-84 and I-5.

TripCheck information is also available via Twitter. Visit and click on the Twitter page to learn more. Use TripCheck TV to create a custom display of road condition information and camera images.

By phone:

Travelers in Oregon can dial 511 to access the same immediate road and weather information available on TripCheck. (Note: 511 does not have access to Waze data.)

  • Select updated reports about driving conditions by highway, mountain pass or major city from easy-to-use menus. The 511 system responds to both voice and touch-tone commands.
  • Calls to 511 are local calls when dialed from a pay phone or wire line phone. Mobile phone users are responsible for airtime and roaming charges according to their wireless service contracts, but ODOT does not impose any additional charges.
  • Most wireless companies in Oregon provide 511 service. If you cannot use 511, call toll-free 800 977-ODOT (6368) for road and weather information. Outside Oregon, dial 503-588-2941.

Oregon can forward users to Washington state's 511 system for road conditions in that state.​​​

Report a road hazard:

To report road hazards (trees down, electric wires across the road, road blocked by mud or rocks, etc.) call the nearest ODOT dispatch center.


  • Central and eastern Oregon: (541) 383-0121
  • Portland metro area, Hood River area: (503) 283-5859
  • Mid-Willamette Valley, north coast: (503) 362-0457
  • Southern Willamette Valley, south coast: (541) 858-3103


Wazers: We encourage you to submit road hazards, incidents and other related conditions that you experience in order to help others stay safe and mobile.
  Remember, in Oregon, it is illegal to drive while holding or using an electronic device (e.g. cell phone, tablet, GPS, laptop). Pre-set GPS routes before driving or pull off the road and park in a safe area before using your electronic devices.



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