About this traffic map
St. Louis sits at the crossroads of America. FOX 2 is checking the traffic on all interstates, highways, roads, avenues, and side streets. We have you covered whether you are traveling across the country or to another neighborhood. Check the traffic before you head out for morning and evening rush hour.
Traffic reporter Molly Rose is on-air reporting with the latest technology about local accidents and disruptions. Bommarito Automotive Group SkyFOX Helicopter can give you a live look from above. There is streaming video from our photographer in the helicopter on our website, Twitter, and Facebook pages weekday mornings and evenings.
This traffic map displays the state of the roads in the region. This includes both sides of the river in Missouri and Illinois. You can see if there is a crash along your route, the status of construction projects, traffic incidents, and flows. The green on the map indicates that traffic is flowing smoothly. The yellow and red indicate that traffic has slowed or stopped. Are you looking for traffic information in another city or state? Zoom in or out to see more information.
The FOX 2 newsroom is monitoring hundreds of live video cameras across the state from the Missouri Department of Transportation. We will share news about accidents involving tractor-trailers, police vehicles, SUVs, cars, trucks, and more.
The major roads that run through the area are I-70, I-44, I-64, I-270, I-55, 367, 141, 61, 67, 94, 100, 109, Route 3, 111, 157, and the Great River Road. The St. Louis region includes several cities on both sides of the Mississippi River. This includes Altom. Grafton, Edwardsville, Belleville, Collinsville, Troy, Cahokia, Columbia, Clayton, Richmond Heights, Eureka, Fenton, Kirkwood, Webster Groves, Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights, Hazelwood, Florissant, St. Charles, St. Peters, O’Fallon, Lake St. Louis, Wentzville, Chesterfield, Arnold, Festus, Wildwood, Pacific, and many more towns.