The footage is from CCTV traffic cameras installed in the run-up to the Olympics which take images that are then available on the Royal Borough's website.
The camera image refreshes every 20 minutes and the borough's highways team is looking to improve the rate in the future.
Cllr Phill Bicknell, cabinet member for highways, transport and environment, said: "We were well prepared for the Olympic traffic which has actually turned out to be better than expected.
"The legacy benefit however is a great tool for anyone planning to travel through these traffic hot spots and will allow motorists to check for possible traffic hold-ups."
Visit www.rbwm.gov.uk/travel/map.aspx and click on 'CCTV' to view images from the 20 camera sites.
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