These cameras depict the traffic flow along PA Route 28 from it’s primary sources — the Veteran’s Bridge (I–579) and the North Shore Expressway (I–279) — to Etna. The information has limited utility unless you are traveling along the north shore of the Allegheny River between downtown Pittsburgh and its northeastern suburbs.Click or touch an image to enlarge it. To update the images, use your browser's refresh button.
A timestamp is superimposed on each camera image. If you are observant, you will note that PennDOT does not synchronize the time on its traffic cameras. Time discrepancies are from the source. They are not introduced at this site.
These cameras do not have a uniform orientation (some look inbound, others look outbound,some change orientation from time to time). The table Traffic Camera Attributes describes the camera orientation and any other noteworthy attributes of each feed.
|Veterans Bridge at Liberty Avenue||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|Veterans Bridge / Route 28 Interchange||Inbound, camera angle varies|
|I–279 at Anderson Street||Outbound, camera angle varies|
|I–279 at North Canal Street||Outbound, camera angle varies|
|East Ohio Street||Outbound, camera angle varies|
|St. Nicholas Church||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|Gardner Street 1||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|31st Street Bridge||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|Croft Street 1||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|40th Street Bridge||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|Millvale Interchange||Varies from inbound to outbound|
|Etna Interchange||Varies from inbound to outbound|
1 These streets do not actually intersect SR 28. PennDOT appears to use the point where their fictitious extensions would cross Route 28 as a location reference.
All camera feeds are from PennDOT.