1,135,827 Hours of Footage in Our Delaware Video Archive

Delaware has hundreds of intersection cameras, red light cameras, and highway cameras that witness car crashes and other major accidents and incidents in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex. The video footage is not recorded by the State of Delaware. We designed the Traffic Cam Archive platform from the ground up to capture, catalog, and archive the millions of hours of traffic camera footage that were being lost.

We aim for 90 days of video retention per camera but often beat that by an additional 30 to 60 days. Our platform makes it easy to find, purchase, and download the video footage you need in Delaware at the lowest price. Our interactive map makes finding cameras quick and painless and our video screening tools help you shop with confidence. When you place your order, we ask for payment and an email address to send you purchase-related messages and nothing more. We dislike needless online accounts, passwords, and spam as much as you do.

Get Your Delaware Traffic Camera Video in Three Easy Steps

Step 1: Select Camera

Easily find cameras in Delaware with the footage you need from an interactive map.

Step 2: Select Date

Select the date of interest and the available videos for the selected camera will be displayed.

Step 3: Select Video

Preview the videos you are interested in and add them to your shopping cart.

Checkout through our secure payment service and your videos will be available to download within minutes.

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Built for Professionals in Delaware

While Traffic Cam Archive is available to all, we built it with professionals in mind. Leaders from a variety of industries use our service to fulfill their job responsibilities, grow their businesses, and serve the public. From law offices, insurance companies, accident reconstruction firms, and law enforcement to traffic researchers and everywhere in between, Traffic Cam Archive tells a story in Delaware that cannot otherwise be told.

Vehicle Accidents

Vehicle Accidents in Delaware

Liability, Disputes & Insurance

Traffic cameras capture countless accidents annually throughout Delaware. These videos can effectively determine who is at fault and are indispensable in resolving a variety of disputes and claims.

Accident Recontruction

Accident Reconstruction in Delaware

Investigate, Analyze & Solve

Utilizing video of accidents, and the aftermath, in Delaware expedites the reconstruction process, improves accuracy, and provides a more comprehensive understanding of the scene.

Law enforcement

Law Enforcement in Delaware

Investigate, Serve & Protect

Video evidence in Delaware offers a detailed account of the circumstances leading up to an incident or crime. Footage is crucial for identifying and tracking down suspects and witnesses.

Traffic Research

Traffic Research in Delaware

Congestion, Behavior & Safety

Even the most seemingly mundane traffic video in Delaware has a wealth of information usable by researchers responsible for planning and managing safe and efficient roadways.

Mission Statement

Our Mission in Delaware

At Traffic Cam Archive, we are dedicated to capturing, cataloging, and archiving high-quality traffic camera footage throughout Delaware and getting it into your hands as conveniently and affordably as possible. We know that footage from intersection cameras, red light cameras, and highway cameras is paramount to knowing the truth about accidents, incidents, and crimes on the roadway and traffic research. You and your clients deserve the best possible traffic camera video available and we are here to make that a reality.

We offer great support to our customers in Delaware and love feedback. Contact us with questions or comments and we will quickly address them.

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Camera Coverage in Delaware

We built the Traffic Cam Archive platform to cover a wide area and expand rapidly. We currently cover the following locations in Delaware:

New Castle - 649,609 videos from 156 cameras
Kent - 198,498 videos from 47 cameras
Sussex - 287,720 videos from 68 cameras