Tramway Live Cams
This traffic camera list is for Toronto, Canada. The selection in the Lake Shore Boulevard section at the Remembrance junction (camera 16) is of interest. The camera direction varies but when pointing west Toronto trams may be visible. In the centre of the view in mid-distance is the turning circle of route 509F at Lake Shore and Bathurst Loop, a short-working of the Harbourfront route 509 that runs from Union Station to Exhibition Loop, further along the road on the right of the view. The selection at Park Lawn (camera 37) also shows trams. The images update about every 4-6 minutes, but you may need to use refresh your browser.
The trolleybus system in Vancouver is the largest in Canada, past or present, with around 250 vehicles and over 20 routes. This set of traffic cameras is at the junction of Granville Street and Broadway. The east and west views give the best chance of seeing a trolleybus. The image update is irregular between about 8 and 20 minutes, and you need to use refresh your browser. Note that the time in Vancouver is GMT -7.
Here is Stanley Park Causeway leading to the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, Canada. Trolleybuses use this road. On the map, this camera is the one shown by "Lost Lagoon". Clicking on the cameras on the map give other views of the highway which may contain trolleybuses. The images automatically update every two minutes.
From Trg Ante Starcevica, a square in the centre of Osijek, Croatia we get a camera which sometimes shows the Tatra built trams of this small metre gauge tramway. Unfortunately the view is often very dark. The image updates every 5 minutes.
From Trg Bana Jelacica in Zagreb, Croatia, we have a camera where many trams of this metre gauge system pass by. The camera gives a full streaming moving picture. Clicking the small button on the lower left of the image gives a full page view. The camera position has recently changed to give a view looking down from above.
In the same square in Trg Bana Jelacica, Zagreb, Croatia, but looking in the opposite direction. Scroll down the page and there are two images, a still which updates about every ten minutes and a full streaming moving picture. Clicking the small button on the lower left of the movie gives a full page view. Trams cross the bottom left corner of the screen.
This is Ulica Grada Vukovara in Zagreb, Croatia, looking down onto the junction with Miramarska Cesta. It is a streaming image giving a live moving picture. Trams regularly run along the central reservation of Ulica Grada Vukovara, which crosses the view. Clicking the button at the bottom right gives full screen. The camera is using YouTube as its display platform.
Here we have a view in Malinovského, Brno, Czech Republic. Click on the thumbnail image on the right of the page to take you to the camera. Trams both cross and turn into the square. Clicking on the picture will give a larger (704 x 576) image. The picture automatically updates every minute.
This is a series of traffic cameras in Brno, Czech Republic. The first page gives small images of a number of cameras. Trams can be seen in several. Clicking on the images will give a bigger picture and there options to open in a new window and show a Google location map with a list of cameras. All images update frequently, but you need to use refresh on your browser.
From the offices of A NET in Liberec in the Czech Republic, the camera looks down onto the tram stop at Fugnerova. The page updates frequently to give a nearly moving picture. If you select the second thumbnail above the main image, you get a view of Saldovo Namesti where trams also pass.
This is a weather camera in Liberec in the Czech Republic. The view looks down over the Vozovna tram depot where trams going in and out can sometimes be seen. The depot is floodlit so it is also possible to see tram movements at night. This camera is better in winter when the trees are not in leaf. The page automatically updates every 60 seconds.
This camera shows Bilovecka Ul. in the Kylesovice district of Opava (Toppau), Czech Republic, where trolleybuses pass by. The system has around 30 trolleybuses with 7 services on 13.5 km of route. The image updates automatically every few seconds.
These are traffic cameras in the centre of Ostrava, Czech Republic. The initial screen, which can be slow to download, gives a general map of the area. Clicking on the three central areas takes you to larger maps and to the cameras. Each camera can be pointed in several directions. The location and direction names are to the left of the picture and most views show the tramway or the trolleybuses. The image is continuously updated using Axis software.
Two cameras from the premises of Internet firm KVE in Pardubice (Pardubitz), Czech Republic. Both give moving pictures which show trolleybuses, although the second is much better. Pardubice operates a medium size trolleybus system.
This most unusual camera gives a rear view from the Lubricating Tram in Prague, (Praha), Czech Republic. Although occasionally off-line, when running you get a streaming HD view as the tram travels the streets of the city lubricating the tracks. There is an English description. The option below the picture will give a larger image. To the right of the picture is a map of the tram's location.
Here is a range of traffic cameras in Prague (Praha), Czech Republic. The first page gives a map of camera locations. Clicking on the images gives larger pictures. All images update automatically every 2 minutes. A number of the cameras show trams on various routes. The camera positions change from time to time. By each large image is an archive of earlier views.
The Zlín (Gottwaldov), Czech Republic, trolleybus system serves the nearby town of Otrokovice which is shown by this camera. The image automatically updates every 5 seconds.
From Zlín (Gottwaldov), Czech Republic, we have a camera showing a road junction at Ul. Osvobozeni. There is a moving picture with trolleybuses passing. Clicking on the image gives a full screen display.
Here is a view down onto Viru Street in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Trams can be seen on the road in the bottom left of the picture. Click on the "Live" button to get the current scene. The image is continuously updated and there is an archive of the previous 24 hours.
Here are a number of traffic cameras in Tallinn, Estonia. Trams and trolleybuses can be seen in several of the views. Clicking on a view opens a new window where the image updates frequently.
A view of the South Harbour in Helsinki (Helsingfors), Finland, provided by the Confederation of Finnish Industry and Employers. Trams can be seen running in front of the Presidential Palace. The camera automatically updates every 90 seconds sometimes giving different views, sadly not always the one with the trams in. A panorama shows the locations.
This camera is in Brest, France. It is located at the town hall and looks onto the Place de la Liberté. Trams can sometimes just be seen in the middle distance. The view automatically updates every few seconds but you may need to refresh as the connection is often lost.
From the 27th floor of the Credit Lyonnaise Tower in the Part-Dieu district of Lyon, France we can get a real time view down onto the new tramway. Bottom right of the viewing window is a 'Start Control' button - click there. If nobody else has it, you get immediate control for 60 seconds. If someone else does have it, the countdown shows how long you have to wait to take control. You can control the camera position and zoom, but to save time, from the drop down menu below the viewing window find and select "Le tramway rue Servient". Trolleybuses also cross the view.
Here are traffic cameras in Nantes, France. The first screen is a map of locations, where 'blue eyes' represent camera locations. If you hover your mouse over a camera, the street or junction name is displayed and by clicking, you get a small movie image.
These traffic cameras look at Rouen, France. You get a number of views of the city which are updated every few minutes, but you need to use refresh on your browser. Trams can occasionally be seen crossing the bridges.
Go now to Germany A-E
Return to Index