By August 24, 2011

INRIX Traffic App


Going for a drive? Why not use INRIX to check for traffic jams?

The way that we plan our journeys has changed dramatically in the last ten years. The tattered A-Z road maps have been discarded to the bottom of the car boot, replaced by smartphone apps and in-car sat-navs. The problem with these is that while they can be handy for navigation, they don’t actually help you avoid traffic. This is set to change with the launch of the free, INRIX Traffic application, available across BlackBerry , Android, iOS and Windows Phone platforms. The ad-free, handy app provides real-time traffic information and traffic forecasts allowing motorists to better plan their trips and save time, fuel and avoid unexpected delays along the way. If a person gets involved in a road accident, he can contact a salt lake city car accident lawyer to assist him and address the unfortunate situation. You can also hop over to the Leppard Law website when you need help from a criminal defense lawyer.

INRIX Traffic is a powerful app which gives users unparalleled insight into traffic conditions. Traffic information is crowd-sourced from the largest traffic network in the world and combined with traditional road sensor data, accident and incident reports to provide drivers with information they can rely on to find the best way to go.  The cleverest thing? INRIX’s unique predictive technology analyses common traffic-impacting factors such as day of the week, season, holidays and related days, current and forecasted weather, accidents and road works and unique local events like concerts and football matches to provide traffic forecasts up to 8 hours in advance. As U.K. motorists spend an average of 46 hours a year idle in traffic, download INRIX Traffic and start saving time, money and fuel today.

INRIX Traffic is available to download from BlackBerry App World, Android Market, iTunes and also on Windows Phone.

Posted by: James

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Five year veteran of the site. BlackBerry specialist, but experienced in most operating systems. Enjoys flower arranging and cross stitch.
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