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Live Traffic Cameras

Browse more than 100 traffic cameras in either Map View or Cams View

Travel Times

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RIDOT posts travel times on electronic messages boards on I-95 and I-195. You also can check the times on-line before hitting the road.

More Travel Tools

RIDOT has several useful web pages for learning about roadwork, crashes or special events that might delay motorists:

- Travel Advisories
- Congestion Mapping
- 511
- 1630 AM
- Community updates
- Detour Maps
- Parades & Events

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Infrastructure Development

Chief Engineer

Sakonnet River Bridge construction Kazem Farhoumand, P.E.
401-222-2492, ext. 4100

The Chief Engineer administers the Infrastructure Development Division, which consists of the Design Section, including Road, Bridge and Traffic Units, the Construction Management Section, Materials, Environmental and Landscaping, and Research & Technology.

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Design

Robert Smith, P.E.
Deputy Chief Engineer
401-222-2023, ext. 4023

The Design Section is responsible for the preparation of engineering plans, specifications and estimates for the construction and reconstruction of Rhode Island’s state-owned and maintained highways, bridges, traffic signal systems and bicycle and pedestrian paths. This work also involves coordination with Rhode Island's 39 cites and towns, and various citizen advocacy groups.

The Design Section coordinates with various Federal agencies, notably the Federal Highway Administration, the Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This section is also responsible for the review of Utility Permits, Land Sale Requests and Physical Alteration Permit Applications (PAPA). Explore the following links to learn more about the Design Section.

  • RIDOT Bridge Design
  • RIDOT Road Design
  • RIDOT Traffic Design