Traffic Alert

Traffic Alert

Stuck in traffic? It doesn’t happen very often in Whatcom County, but it can happen.

Whether you’re on I-5, the Mount Baker Highway or Holly, Front or Main Street, stuck in traffic is the last place you want to be, so tune to KGMI for Traffic Alerts!

We’ll bring you updates on accidents, construction projects, icy roads to bring you information on whether a roadway is blocked, if you should expect delays and if emergency responders are on the way.

KGMI Traffic Alerts are sponsored by Snapper, Shuler, Kenner Insurance.

Feel free to contact us with Traffic Alert tips at 360-734-9790 or 360-733-4564. We’ll get the Traffic Alert on the air as soon as we can!


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