Warning: Do NOT use this app while driving! Not only is it highly dangerous, it is also illegal in many jurisdictions.
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★ Application contains hundreds of cameras (live images, webcams, CCTV) !!!
Cameras are grouped in groups so you can find cameras you need fast, despite large number of cameras.
App contains cameras for: Los Angeles LA,Bay Area, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno Redding, Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino, Northeastern California, Sacramento Valley and Northern Sierra, San Jose, Santa Barbara, Santa Kruz, Madera, Fresno, Tulare, San Bernardino and Riverside, Mono–Inyo, Central Valley Counties, Orange Count, Inland Empire and more.
Cameras are mostly California traffic cameras but we have other types of cameras as well like California beach cameras...
You can search for a group, or for camera inside selected group.
Supports major highways, freeways, streets and roads US State California (CA)
✔ App have widgets for cameras, so you can place some of the cameras you use the most on your home screen.
✔ You can play/stop/change camera directly from your home screen.
✔ You can mark cameras as favorite for fast access when you need it later.
✔ You can take image from any of camera with share button. Image will be saved on your SD Card and you can share it with any app that can share images.
✔ You can choose between 5 color schemes (Menu->Colors)
Most of the cameras are from the following sources:
CalTrans , CalDot - California Department of Transportation
Go511 | Los Angeles Traffic | Commuter Information | Road Conditions
Watch The Water
ABC Local TV
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
CBS Network National Site
Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton Homepage
Department of Meteorology and Climate Science | San Jose State University
KFSN Fresno News, Weather & Sports | Central Valley News | abc30.com
This app is not sponsored by or affiliated in any way with the traffic.511.org website, 511 service in the Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the California Highway Patrol, the California Department of Transportation, or any transit operator.
This app has the following features:
- Traffic Cameras List
For the advanced Traffic map and Traffic Cameras map feathers, click on the "Get the Full Version" to get the paid version.
- No network connectivity required
- Fare and Baby Bullet trains clearly indicated
- Information about timed transfers
- Spinner lets you quickly choose stations
- Next available train is highlighted
- View times, train numbers, and duration
- Easy access to Twitter live updates
· Real-Time Traffic: View live traffic alerts, speeds and details, including SigAlerts and roadwork.
· Freeway Cameras: See live road conditions before you hit the road.
· Real-Time Bus & Rail Arrivals: Get Metro bus & rail real-time arrivals.
· Schedules: Access scheduled departures for over 70 bus & train providers in Southern California.
· Stops & Stations: Find your closest bus stop or rail station, and plan your route using the Trip Planner.
· Favorites: Save your favorite stops & stations for easy access.
· Call 511: Quick access to Call 511 system for traffic, transit, motorist aid, commuter services and FasTrak information
**View CHP Incidents in areas nearby**
**Driving Mode - With driving mode, CHP incidents can now be spoken to you while you drive so you can keep your eyes on the road and still receive CHP reports.
**Find out where chain control is being enforced during snow storms**
Great for when driving up to the mountains to go snow boarding or skiing.
**Search for CalTrans road conditions on any given highway in the state of California**
Ideal for checking chain requirements prior to driving in snowy conditions, knowing if there will be road work, or finding out if a particular stretch of the highway has been closed.
**Find nearby rest stops**
**See Over 500 Highway Cameras**
Whether you want to see how much traffic is on the road, if there is snow on the road, or just curious what some distant highway looks like, highway cameras provide a great way to get a quick snapshot of the state of most highways in California.
Named amongst the top 5 traffic apps to change your commute, Beat the Traffic is available for US and Canada. The sleek crowd-sourced traffic app makes your drive easier.
Opt in for real-time traffic push notifications or email specific to your routes.
See an incident? Report it to fellow drivers with the “shake to report” feature. For full app functionality, register a free account and personalize your app with routes and trips that matter to you.
- Full map view with real-time traffic flow, cameras and incidents
- Create a trip, for at-a-glance personalized traffic info on one screen
- Opt in for real-time traffic push notifications or email
- Share incidents with other commuters. ‘Shake to report’ allows your passenger to simply shake your device to report an incident along your route – notifying other drivers with images, etc.
- Regular route is the best recommended route for you. A ‘Smart Route’ will appear if we see that there is a better route available based on time and road conditions
Beat the Traffic is continually working to give you the best daily traffic app.
Send your feedback anytime to: firstname.lastname@example.org, we’d love to hear from you!
Like us on Facebook and follow us @BeatTheTraffic on Twitter.
Key features include:
- See your location on the map with nearby incidents
- Sort traffic incidents and construction based on your distance from them
- View incidents on specific Interstates
- View nearby police activity
- View nearby gas prices
The application also shows you all the incidents California Highway Patrol responds to, on a map, in real time. You can either manually pan the map to find the incidents near you, or take the backseat and let the application take you to the latest action on a secondary screen (for example your TV) with your Intel Wireless Display (or any other Miracast compliant) capable device. You can also use your device's HDMI connection for that.
Enable location services, and the map will move with you, giving you visual warnings of incidents and other items, and letting you know how far away ahead they are. Perfect for keeping an eye on traffic conditions up the road as you travel!
See the actual road conditions using the roadside camera feature (for California). Click on a camera icon on the map to see what's happening!
Share screenshots of the map using your favorite social media application.
The Virginia 511 mobile application is the official source for traffic information from the Virginia Department of Transportation. A map based interface provides access to current and future road work, current incidents and traffic speeds, winter road conditions, scheduled bridge openings, and other events across the state. In addition, over 800 live video feeds are available to view in real-time from the state's roadside traffic cameras, with the ability to swipe to quickly move between cameras along a roadway.
The information, which is regularly and automatically updated from VDOT sources, is provided to the user both visually on the map, as well as through available voice alerts. The user can select basic mode, which limits visual feedback, and automatically provides voice alerts for upcoming events (in the next 5-15 miles) as the user travels down the road without interfacing with the device.
Current travel times are available for many pre-defined routes throughout the state, including all interstates and select primary routes. The user can select favorites from the list to view frequently traveled routes quickly and easily. A searchable list of road conditions is also available to view winter conditions, flooding impacts and other weather-related events for all interstate, primary and secondary routes maintained by VDOT throughout the state.
A “Reach The Beach” feature helps beach-goers by providing the latest travel times for multiple routes to and from Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks. As the user approaches a key decision point, the voice feature of the application will tell the user what the current travel times are from that point to the chosen destination via various options. When leaving the beach, the user can chose from one of four “Home “ destinations of Richmond, Fredericksburg, Skippers or Chesapeake.
Real-time commuting information is available for commuters along the I-95/395 corridor in Northern Virginia through the application. This feature includes a map with real-time traffic speeds along the I-95/395 HOV lanes, as well as real-time status of VRE trains. Detailed information is also provided on the map for PRTC commuter bus routes and schedules as well as available park and ride lots along the corridor. A trip planner is provided for travel time and speed comparisons between the regular and HOV lanes for user-selected origins and destinations along the corridor. The trip planner also provides the real-time VRE schedules and the scheduled options along the PRTC bus routes.
Finally, access to VDOT's 511 Twitter feeds is also provided, with tweets on traffic incidents available statewide or for specific regions or corridors.
Visit us on Facebook for the latest updates, information and to submit feedback or requests.
CalRoadReport gives you a real-time look at current highway conditions, traffic, road hazards and accidents across California. There is also a section with recent traffic snapshots so you can see exactly what the roads look like. CalRoadReport will even display your current location in relation to live traffic cameras on a detailed map. Store all your commonly used freeways as favorites for easy access. Information from the CHP and CalTrans is included. Now includes various travel destinations and surf-cams around California.
CalTrans Traffic Snapshots for the following areas:
>I-5 from Oregon border to San Diego
>Hwy 101 from Oregon border to Greater Los Angeles Area
>I-80 from Nevada border to Bay Area
>Hwy 99 from Sacramento to Bakersfield
>Greater Los Angeles Area
>San Luis Obispo
>Limited Bay-Area Coverage
>Various smaller areas
Please note we do not maintain or provide the cameras featured in this app. Cameras are provided and maintained by the California Department of Transportation. We cannot fix cameras or add new ones in your area. If there are no cameras in your area you can contact Cal-trans directly to recommend one be installed.