Traffic Data Program
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's Traffic Data Program monitors traffic at various locations throughout British Columbia. Traffic data collection is a worldwide activity used to determine current traffic patterns and help predict future traffic trends.
Ministry staff uses the information to help support planning, design, construction, and operation of the ministry road network. The findings can also be useful for a wide range of stakeholders, including consultants, developers, other levels of government, and the general public.
Understanding the Traffic Data Map
The interactive map allows you to view traffic data across the province. You control what types of data appear on the map by selecting the "Layers" legend. View the map for details about each layer.