Closures & roadworks

Incident information on crashes, bushfires, roadworks and events that may impact your trip can be found on our Travel Map. We provide this information through our wide network of information sources and local reports to provide the most accurate and informative data possible.

Using our Travel Map

Find information that may be affecting traffic within your area. Use the detailed information, traffic cameras or live Google Traffic data to plan your trip to avoid delays.

Click on the list view in the navigation to see an accessible, easy to read text version of the map.

 

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All incidents or issues affecting traffic. These include crashes, burst water mains, emergency roadworks, bushfires or flooding.

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Information about current or planned roadworks having the potential to cause delays in your trip.

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Information about events which require road or lane closures and have the potential to cause increased congestion in an area.

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Blacked out or flashing yellow traffic signals.

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Images from permanent traffic cameras on selected major roads in the metro area. Images are updated every 10 minutes.

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Location and amenity information of road side rest areas.

Plan your trip

Enter a starting point and destination to see directions provided by Google Maps. View current alerts or select a future date to see planned roadworks that may affect your trip. For long and remote trips, turn on the rest stop filter to see available amenities along the roads you're travelling on.

Know before you go! Visit our Travel Map and plan your trip to avoid delays.

 

Related links

Pedestrian and Cyclist Path closures

Current weather and cyclone warnings on the Bureau of Meteorology website

Warnings and incidents on the Department of Fire and Emergency Services Emergency WA map

Information on prescribed burns on the Park and Wildlife Service website

Modified: 07 Mar 2019