Vermont Road Cams, Traffic Updates

Welcome to the Vermont section of our state transportation road cam site! In this picturesque New England state, you’ll find beautiful landscapes, quaint small towns, and a rich cultural heritage. Known for its stunning fall foliage, maple syrup production, and ski resorts, Vermont is a favorite destination for travelers seeking a mix of natural beauty and urban charm. With our road cam guide, you’ll stay informed about traffic conditions, weather-related road issues, and the most scenic routes to explore.



The largest city in Vermont, Burlington is located along the eastern shore of Lake Champlain. Known for its vibrant arts scene, it's home to the University of Vermont and the popular Church Street Marketplace.


As the third largest city in Vermont, Rutland boasts a rich history, beautiful architecture, and a revitalized downtown area with unique shops and restaurants.


Known as the "Maple City," St. Albans hosts the annual Vermont Maple Festival and offers a picturesque downtown area with historic buildings and a lively arts scene.


The smallest state capital in the U.S., Montpelier offers a charming downtown area with independent shops, restaurants, and the Vermont State House.

St. Albans

Known as the "Granite Center of the World," Barre is home to the renowned Rock of Ages granite quarry and a vibrant downtown filled with historic buildings and monuments.

Vermont is home to several major highways, including Interstates 89 and 91, which serve as the primary north-south arteries for the state. These interstates connect travelers to Burlington, Montpelier, and other key cities. Route 7, a popular north-south route, runs parallel to the Green Mountains and offers easy access to charming towns and picturesque landscapes.

Travelers in Vermont should be aware of potential congestion and weather-related road issues, especially during the winter months when snow and ice can cause hazardous driving conditions. Some areas prone to congestion include Burlington, Montpelier, and the ski resort regions.

Vermont boasts numerous scenic routes and byways, providing travelers with unforgettable experiences. The Green Mountain Byway, for example, traverses the heart of the Green Mountains, showcasing spectacular views and charming towns. Route 100, also known as the Skiers’ Highway, meanders through the state and offers access to many ski resorts and other recreational opportunities.

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