The significant part of antimony (Sb) contamination can be associated with extremely loaded traffic areas, where braking vehicles produce the abrasion dust containing up to 5% wt. of Sb2S3. Heavy loaded cross-roads from three different regions of the Czech Republic (Central Europe) were monitored for Sb content in road dusts, topsoils and reference soils during the two-year season (2015–2017). The concentration of antimony exceeded up to 60 times the background values and varied from 5 to 70μg g−1 in topsoils, and from 70 to 160 μg g−1 in road dusts with the preferable binding to fine particle fraction (<0.1 mm).