The TripCheck API is designed to provide developers with access to the data available on ODOT’s traveler information website, including incidents, cameras, message signs, weather stations, and more.
Monitor Real-Time Operations Data
The TripCheck Data API gives you access to real-time traveler information and operations data from ODOT dispatch centers across Oregon.
Get Access To
- Traffic Incidents
- Traffic Cameras
- Construction Info
- Weather Conditions
- Much more...
|The CCTV Inventory datafeed provides an inventory of all available cameras currently displayed on TripCheck, along with an Internet URL that can be used to access the specific still camera image. Cameras may be ODOT owned and maintained or owned and maintained by a partner agency.
|Vehicle Length and Speed classifications for each Detector Station. This data defines what vehicle length values are being used for aggregation. The data is collected through web services on Automated Traffic Controllers (ATCs).
|CLS - Length
|Length data aggregated by length classification for each detector station. The Bin Count represents the number of vehicles that passed the detector station in a 20 second period that fall into that particular length classification.
|CLS - Speed
|Speed data aggregated by speed classification for each detector station. The Bin Count represents the speed of vehicles that passed the detector station in a 20 second period that fall into that particular speed classification.
|Name and Location of each Dynamic Message Sign on state highways or controlled by ODOT.
|Statewide Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) returns current message data for active signs in the State of Oregon.
|Current traffic incidents that are being reported on State Highways by ODOT – e.g. crashes, planned closures, and construction zones.
|Incidents: Waze Format
|Current traffic incidents that are being reported on state highways by ODOT and formatted to the Waze CIFS V2 standard – e.g. crashes, planned closures, and construction zones.
|Metadata: All Incident
|Returns an inventory of the enumerated values that are held within the TripCheck API Incidents and TLE Incidents datafeeds.
|Events occurring on local and county roads as reported by non-ODOT government agencies (ex., Washington County, City of Eugene Public Works).
|Local Incidents: Waze Format
|Events occurring on local and county roads as reported by non-ODOT government agencies and formatted to the Waze CIFS V2 standard… (ex., Washington County, City of Eugene Public Works).
|Returns a list of route names currently in the system
|Multnomah Falls Parking
|Parking lot occupancy and Gate closure data for the Multnomah Falls parking lot at Exit 31 of I-84.
|Road and Weather Reports
|Current road conditions as reported by ODOT crews. This includes weather observations and tire chain restrictions.
|Metadata: Road and Weather
|Returns an inventory of the enumerated values that are held within the TripCheck API Road and Weather datafeed.
|Name and location of all the Weather Stations along state highways and what each station can measure.
|Weather data from automated Weather stations along state highways (e.g. Air Temperature, Surface Temperature, wind speed, etc.) Note: not all stations can measure all types of weather factors.
|Traffic Detector: Inventory
|Name and location of traffic detector stations and highway ramps associated with them.
|Traffic Detector: Roadway Data
|Roadway traffic detectors collecting volume, occupancy and speed data from select roadways located in Oregon.
|Traffic Detector: Ramp Data
|Highway ramp data such as ramp occupancy, volume, and metering rate collected by ODOT Central Ramp Metering System for select ramps located in Oregon.
|Work zone related activities occurring throughout the State of Oregon formatted according to the WZDx standard created by the FHWA and USDOT.
Build Your Own Apps
With the TripCheck Data API, you can use ODOT's data endpoints to develop your own integrated applications, like TripCheck, TripCheck on X, or TripCheck TV.
Build best-in-class websites that help travelers find their way in ever changing traffic scenarios.
Build a mobile app that connects users to the latest traffic updates, or integrates with your favorite service.
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