Great app Wish it could store on SD card and not one internal memory tieing up limited mrmory.
Could be better Works okay for me. Some good information here, best for Denver and I70, but that's to be expected since that's where the traffic is. Map is the best part, but that is Google Maps with traffic option. The app is a serious drain on the battery and resources so quit when you're done. Would like to see better coverage of Denver to Fort Collins. And a better interface - the good stuff is hidden in the tiny menu button (top right).
Wants to be good. This app is promising, but honestly not even near as good as the mobile site has been for a while (which is pretty good). As others have mentioned, it's difficult to get info on anything but I70 and I25. It is obvious that it was built for ios. One of my biggest issues though is the notifications. The best I can tell, you can't disable them, and 90% of the time they don't have anything to do with where I am or where I intend to go.
Very useful True, it only covers I-70 and I-25, but that's I'll I need. You can see the electric sign boards, which give you accurate times, construction alerts, and other advisories. It updates every 3 minutes, which keeps you ahead of any traffic delays so you can plan your route in advance. Great app!
Good enough and could be better I wish it was location enabled so I wouldn't have to type in which town I'm in as I look things up. Or when I'm nowhere near and don't care for a notification on traffic. Also when mountain passes close it just says closed and leaves it as that. There are no updates on when they might open or how heavy traffic or travel might be around passes. .sometimes I uninstall to stop the frequency in which I receive notifications because uses up battery
Not accurate It seems to assume info based on the weather forecasts rather than real conditions. We were on dry roads for 60 miles on I-76 and it said they were icy and snowpacked. Weatherbug was more accurate. Nebraska's road app is an easier model to use.
3/28 – We have improved real-time data delivery capabilities
(a) Data can be refreshed after 3 minutes
(b) And when you select “Current Travel Info” from the menu it refreshes all the data that is more than 3 minutes old automatically
4/4 – We have added
(a) An FAQ section to the CDOT Mobile app information
(b) CDOT News blog feed
(c) GOI70 which provides the best times to travel the I-70 corridor as well as deals from local
businesses to make your stay more enjoyable
Play in the outdoors with Android as your Handheld GPS and offline topo maps!
Helps determine parameters for road construction based on speed & traffic data.