What's New

TripCheck Has a New Map and Features!

Welcome to our updated What's New page where you can find information about the upgrade to Tripcheck. Check back often as new features and tools are added to TripCheck. Please view the video below which provides an overview of the new TripCheck tools and features.

Pan and Zoom

TripCheck now has maps that allow you to pan and zoom. Left-click and drag to pan the map. Use your scroll-wheel, or the +/- buttons on the map to zoom in and out.

Pan and Zoom

Click to Zoom

For areas where multiple cameras are close together, TripCheck now clusters to icons into a single "stacked" icon. Example of a stacked Camera icon: Stacked Camera Icon Your cursor changes to a magnifying glass Zoom-in Cursor to let you know that clicking the stacked icon will zoom you to a point where the icons are more distinct.

Click to Zoom

Quick Links

Quick Links provide quick, direct access to points of interest. Previous users of TripCheck will recognize the list from the prior editions of TripCheck.

Quick Links

My Maps

My Maps lets you customize the features you want to see. Toggle any feature on or off with a checkbox, pan and zoom to your favorite location and Save This Map configuration for later. You can save up to 10 custom map views for future viewing.

My Maps

Local Events and Incidents

Local municipalities now have the option to contribute to TripCheck. Their local road incidents and events now appear on the TripCheck map. Look for it at local zoom levels (6-10) in the following counties and cities: Benton, Lane, Multnomah, Washington, Eugene and Bend. More municipalities are joining regularly.

Try the new map and let us know what you think!

Pan and Zoom Map ODOT RealTime The OReGO Interest List