MDT's New Traveler System
MDT is excited to share our new Traveler information system. The new enhanced interactive map and mobile application includes features to help you plan your travel.
Why are we changing?
Our previous traveler information is built on outdated technology and has reached end of life. With the move to a new system, we can offer new features and a system built on supported technology.
Here are just a few of the features of the new system:
- clickable roadways to display conditions
- the ability to save favorite cameras or roadways
- enhanced map layers
- route planning
- weather forecasts
- details on rest areas, sign messages, construction and alerts
- My511 signup for alerts and condition updates
Check out the new system or read more about the features below.
Our new system includes a route planner so you can plan your travel and see details about rest areas, construction or events along the way.
Customize Your Experience
Using My511 you can create an account, login and sign up for texts and/or emails or alerts and changing conditions.
Have a favorite camera or route? You will now be able to save your favorites so you can quickly check a roadway, camera image or a regularly traveled route.
This is where you can choose between Road Conditions or Traffic Speeds. Road condition colors have changed, see the legend to view the new colors! You can also turn on the Directions widget and toggle from a Map to a Satellite background.
This is where you can choose to display Construction Projects, Vehicle Restrictions, and Incidents and Events. There is also a key to the different icons used for Incidents and Events.
This is where you can choose to overlay your map with weather information like statewide precipitation, air temperature, or wind speed. This is also where you will find one of the most popular features, Weather Sensors (RWIS Cameras).
This is where you can choose other layers of data to display on the map, including other Cameras. These cameras are represented with an orange camera icon and include travel cameras from other states and provinces.