*Note this is a new program in development/test mode. Data may not reflect actual routes plowed or sanded. See planned snow routes.
Thank you for using King County’s My Commute Map. Here you will find tools to help you plan your commute through unincorporated King County. The map features real-time traffic cameras from King County and other agencies like the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and travel alerts from King County, WSDOT and several neighboring cities.
Please note that short-term road closures related to traffic collisions or downed powerlines are not reported on Road Alert or the My Commute Map, as those closures are managed by outside agencies. During normal working hours, King County will attempt to tweet or retweet closure information of this type on our Twitter account.
The Search feature lets you search for a location by address, intersection and place name. After you type part of your search it will suggest matches that it finds in our database. Use the “&” symbol to separate street names for an intersection search.Search by address, intersection or place – for example:
The Find my location button will use your browser’s geolocation features to zoom the map to what it believes is your current location. This generally works well on phones and tablets but can produce some interesting results on desktop computers connected by wire to the internet.
Snow routes plowed/sanded
King County snow routes that have been plowed or sanded are available for display on the map between November 1 and April 15. The map's blue lines and snow plow icons represent locations where snow plows or sanders are at work. The snowplow icons and blue lines appear on the map when a snowplow vehicle has a plow down or a sander vehicle has the sander turned on. The data updates every 15 minutes. This is a new program in development/test mode. Data may not reflect actual routes plowed. Visit the snow and ice webpage for more information about snow routes in unincorporated King County.
Email email@example.com if you have questions about the map.
The King County Road Services Division provides Road Alerts and the My Commute Map as a service to the public. While we try to provide accurate and timely information, estimates of the nature and duration of closures are subject to variables such as weather and traffic conditions that are beyond the control of King County and, therefore, difficult to predict. People relying on this information should do so at their own risk. Neither King County nor its employees or agents shall be liable for the accuracy of this information or any actions taken as a result.
Information concerning state and some city routes is provided by non-King County agencies and included for the convenience of the public. If it is critical that you have more current information about the status of a road or a service request, please call 206-477-8100 or 800-527-6237. In major events, phone lines will be very busy and your patience is requested. Please do not e-mail for emergency road status information.
Please note that short-term road closures related to traffic collisions or downed powerlines are not reported on Road Alert or My Commute as those closures are managed by outside agencies. During normal working hours, King County will attempt to tweet or retweet closure information of this type on our Twitter account.
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