"Vegvesen trafikk" ('NPRA Traffic') is a mobile app from the NPRA. The app will give you access to information along the road on your mobile telephone.

Receive alerts about areas you have saved as your favourites. Trace an area in the map, save, and turn on alerts. Today, we issue alerts about such things as closed roads, convoy systems and important events and incidents.

Download the app

The app is only available in Norwegian. You can download the app "Vegvesen trafikk" here:

What can you use the app for?

The app gives drivers information about what is going on and what information you will find along the roads. You can see information along a route or in an area you trace on the map.

The app contains a mapping solution from the NPRA.

This is what you can use it for: 

  • See what is going on near you based on your location.
  • See height restrictions in the map.
  • Show traffic alerts, webcams and weather stations.
  • Look up a route and save it as a favourite.
  • Trace and save an area in the map, and receive alerts. 
  • Quickly access information of specific types by saving them as favourites (such as traffic alerts, rest areas, and webcams). 

Information displayed in the map:

  • Roadworks
  • Closed roads
  • Important alerts
  • Rest areas
  • Webcams with photos and videos of weather and driving conditions 
  • Custom-defined vehicle height restrictions

One of the most important tasks of the NPRA's traffic app is to display useful information for you who are a heavy vehicle driver.

You will therefore also find 24-hour rest areas, some with cameras and image recognition to show available capacity (the service is being upgraded), and a route planner to help you find a legal route based on height restrictions and road use categories. 

Road use categories include timber transport, modular vehicle combinations with and without turning radius requirements, 12/100 abnormal transports and 12/65 mobile cranes.

Download the app today!

Mobile telephone with the app "Vegvesen trafikk" open.
The app "Vegvesen trafikk". Illustration: Statens vegvesen