NSW Traffic View is the easiest way for you to navigate your way quickly, safely, and easily through and round traffic jams and incidents in NSW.
It uses data pulled directly from the RTA to provide you with a much needed topographic view of what's happening around you!
You can see where incidents are relative to your position, determined by GPS and can use this information to avoid pile ups and get to your destination with ease.
BUT THAT'S NOT ALL!
You can even view Traffic cameras within a 15km radius and can simply click on a camera marker on the map to see what the camera can see! Use this information to your advantage and avoid any traffic hot spots.
You can choose what 'Markers'are available in Map view and do not have to have all items listed (i.e, only view cameras and incidents).
In the "List View" NSW Traffic View can show:
- Scheduled Roadworks
- Major Events
- Alpine Conditions
- Traffic Cameras
- F3 Travel Times
Via the "Map View" NSW Traffic View has the following ADDITIONAL Markers available:
- Heavy Vehicle Checking Stations
- Rest Areas
This traffic region starts from the Sydney Harbour Bridge and extends to Alfords Point and Taren Point Bridges in the south. It covers the Sydney CBD, and the eastern suburbs of Watsons Bay to La Perouse. It also covers the inner western suburbs bounded by Lidcombe and Strathfield
This traffic region starts at the Sydney Harbour Bridge and extends north to the Hawkesbury River Bridge at Brooklyn. It includes the Northern Beaches suburbs of Manly to Palm Beach. In the north west the region is bounded by Castle Hill and Ryde
This traffic region is bounded by Liverpool and Sylvania to the north to Waterfall and Appin to the south. It extends from Kurnell and the Royal National Park in the east to Warragamba and Picton in the west
This traffic region covers Bankstown, Auburn and Parramatta and stretches as far west as the lower Blue Mountains, including Katoomba and Mulgoa. It is bounded by Sackville and the Wollami National Park in the north west and extends as far south as Cabramatta
Regional NSW - North
This traffic region starts north of the Hawkesbury River Bridge at Brooklyn and extends as far north as Tweed Heads and the Queensland border. It covers the Central Coast and extends to Wisemans Ferry in the south. The area is bounded by Gunnedah and Merriwa in the west and includes the towns of Grafton, Armidale and Tamworth
Regional NSW - South
This traffic region is bounded by the South Australian border and Wentworth in the west to Bega and Batemans Bay in the east. The region extends as for south as Deniliquin and the Victorian border and as far north as Helensburgh and Abercrombie. The region includes the towns of Griffith, Young and Wollongong
Regional NSW - West
This traffic region is bounded by Broken Hill and the South Australian border to the west to Mudgee and the Blue Mountains in the east. This region extends as far north as Tibooburra and the Queensland border and as far south as Cowra and Marsden. The region includes the towns of Dubbo, Parkes and Bourke
- This app contains traffic information for NSW (Australia) only.
- The accuracy or suitability of the Data is not verified and it is provided on an “as is” basis.
- The data for this application is sourced directly from: RTA Live Traffic NSW
- It is illegal in all Australian states and territories to use a hand-held mobile phone while driving.
The new bridge will be built with a cable-stayed design and will be high enough to accommodate the newest generation of the most efficient cargo ships. In addition, the new bridge will be wider and better able to accommodate existing and future traffic volumes.
The Gerald Desmond Bridge has been designated as a National Highway System Intermodal Connector Route and part of the Federal Strategic Highway Network. It is a critical structure serving the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, the City of Long Beach, Los Angeles and Orange counties, and the nation.
In the three years of building the new bridge, this project will generate about 3,000 jobs each year.
MapMuse's Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives Finder maps the locations of all the restaurants Guy Fieri visits on his hit Food Network television show. In addition, the app provides each restaurant’s contact info, episode details, Yelp reviews, website link, and other helpful information like driving directions so you can visit it yourself.
Find these wonderful restaurants on one easy to use, interactive map. Simply enter an address or choose your current location to see the real life locations of the diners, drive-ins, and dives you’ve seen Guy visit on TV. All the restaurants can be displayed on a national map or in any city, metro area, or state. Scroll the map and the restaurants are automatically updated...no need to enter a new location. Add places you’ve eaten at to your Visited List, loved to your Favorite List, or intend to try out to your Bucket List.
The plus side of driving an eco-friendly vehicle: you're decreasing your carbon footprint and your fuel costs. The downside: finding refueling stations can be a real pain in the you-know-what.
But not anymore. With the Alternative Fuel Finder in your app library, you've got the locations of Biodiesel, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Ethanol, Electric, Hydrogen, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), and Propane stations across the country in the palm of your hand. Featuring an interactive map of nearly 10,000 stations, the Alternative Fuel Finder is your one-stop guide to refueling and recharging your eco-friendly car wherever you are, when you need to. Toggle stations on and off by fuel type. Search for stations near your current location or input a new address. Read up on station specifics such as access restrictions, blend types, accepted payment methods, and web links.
The Alternative Fuel Finder only includes refueling and recharging stations that have been verified by the Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center, ensuring that our data stays as current as possible. Users and station owners are encouraged to submit additional details, such as fuel prices, photos, and reviews. All submissions will be reviewed by MapMuse for accuracy and added within 24-48 hours.
- searchable, interactive map that automatically updates as you scroll or zoom
- toggle fuel types on and off at will
- not just for cars - find propane refueling stations to make sure your grill tank stays full for summer barbecues
- user-submitted photos and reviews
- driving directions from your current location
- “My Favorites” list to record fuel stations for easy access later
- helpful web links
- sleek and easy-to-use interface
There’s something about a thrift shop that quickens the heart. Maybe it’s the tantalizing possibility of finding a like-new sweater that costs cents on the dollar of what you’d pay in a department store. Maybe it’s the comfortable musk of gently-used furniture that slips into your nostrils with the familiarity of old memories. Whatever the feeling, we crave it as often as possible.
With MapMuse’s Thrift Shop Locator in your app library, you’ll never be more than a few screen taps away from your next thrift shop experience. Featuring over 10,000 thrift stores, consignment shops, flea markets, and swap meets across the country, this app is your one-stop guide for bargain shopping and treasure hunting. Browse the interactive map for major chain shops such as Salvation Army and Goodwill, or search for independent stores and back-alley flea markets (because we all know that’s where the real finds are hiding). Contact locations via one-touch dialing, or discover more about them via web links. Read other bargain hunters’ reviews of shops you’re thinking of visiting, or view photos they’ve taken until you’re satisfied that making the trip will be worth your while.
The Thrift Shop Locator is constantly improving thanks to you. Stumble across a new store that we don’t have? Submit it directly from your mobile device; your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and added to the map within 24-48 hours. You’re also encouraged to submit photos and reviews of thrift shops, flea markets, and swap meets you visit.
Simply enter a location or choose your current location to find lighthouses. Up to 500 can be displayed on the map at the same time making it very easy to find places on any stretch of coastline you can imagine. Explore the coast by scrolling the map and the places are automatically updated with no need to enter a new location.
Other features include:
* Keep track of where you've been by adding lighthouses to your favorites.
* Add your own photos, ratings, and reviews for other users to see.
* Browse wikipedia entries and search google for more info right in the app.
Is something missing on the map? Do you see information that needs to be corrected or enhanced? Submit missing locations or updates from right inside the app. Just touch "Add" at the bottom of the screen or choose the "Update or correct information" button on the information page for a specific place. Information submitted is then reviewed by MapMuse for relevance and accuracy. You will receive updates from your fellow lighthouse enthusiasts every time you start the app! Alternatively, you can submit your additions and updates at www.mapmuse.com. All additions and changes on the MapMuse website are reflected on the app and vice-versa.
In addition, American Civil War Locator will map all upcoming exhibits, conferences, lectures, and celebrations being thrown in honor of the Civil War’s 150th anniversary. As has been the case with battlefields and other historical sites, users are encouraged to submit new commemorative events as they hear of them. Just hit the “Add” button at the bottom of the screen and follow the directions; your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and added within 48 hours. You can also add locations by going to www.mapmuse.com.
Know of a place we're missing? Add it right in the app and also receive updates every time you run the app to take advantage of places added by other users. Want to get the inside scoop or share details from your night out? You can read user reviews and post your own reviews and photos of the places you visit.
In addition to strip clubs, nightclubs, and other adult entertainment venues this app will help you find:
- adult video and book stores
- adult toy stores and sex toy shops
- adult theaters
Fill your canteen, lace up your Timberlands, and grab a can of bear mace because the Parks and Rec Locator is taking you camping. Whether you’re a hiker, hunter, climber, spelunker, or just another city slicker looking to rough it in the great outdoors, this app will show you the way to every federal nature reserve from the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters.
Not the Davy Crockett type? Not a problem. Leave the bear mace at home and check out nearby national monuments, museums, and historic properties. With over 5,000 total locations mapped across the country—each with its own detailed description and photo—the Parks and Rec Locator is hands down the most complete database of federally-designated land on iTunes. Toggle between National Parks, National Historic and Nature Areas, National Recreation Sites, and National Parks Lodging until you’re all toggled out and ready to hit the road to your destination.
The Parks and Rec Locator database is constantly improving thanks to you. While the app comes pre-programmed with enough listings to satisfy the most hardcore of naturalists, users are encouraged to submit reviews, background info, and photos directly from their mobile device. Just hit “Update or correct information” or “Submit a photo” and follow the directions; your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and added within 48 hours. You can also add locations by going to www.mapmuse.com.
Source of data: Recreation.gov
This app allows you to easily search an interactive map of Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings. Either use your current location or input any location to see all of the nearby Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings. Scroll the map and the places are automatically updated with no need to enter a new location.
In addition to finding Frank Lloyd Wright designed building locations you can also submit comments and photos of any of the locations. If we've missed a location, or our information is incorrect, you can add new information directly from your mobile device by touching "Add" at the bottom of the screen and then choosing the "Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings" option. Your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and the location will be added within 48 hours of your contribution. And every time you start the app, you will receive any updates that have been made by others. You can also add locations by going to www.mapmuse.com. All addition and changes made on the website are reflected on the app and vice-versa.
There are few things more American than diners. One could argue that they’re right up there with bald eagles, cowboy hats, and competitive hot dog eating contests. Don’t believe me? Close your eyes and picture a diner sitting on a lone stretch of Route 66, its prefab steel exterior glinting in the sunlight, oldies blasting from the jukebox, George Washington flipping flapjacks on the griddle… ok, well maybe not that last one, but you get the point. Download The Classic American Diner Locator to find diners all across the country. It’s the patriotic thing to do.
Featuring a gigantic database of over 1000 locations, The Classic American Diner Locator is your one-stop guide to eating all the greasy spoon chow you can stomach. Browse the interactive map for diners nearby or search for ones far and wide, checking out each listing’s background info, hours, and photos when available. Planning a road trip? Input a new address to view diners near your destination or use your location to find ones along your route, because there’s nothing like a cup of joe and a side of home fries to break the monotony of the open road. Come across a diner that particularly hits the spot? Write a review to let other users know where the bacon is shakin’ and the pie is to die for.
Calling all men (and anyone else who appreciates the female form)! Your prayers have been answered. There are literally thousands of gorgeous women across America who, at this very moment, are dying to serve you a steak sandwich. Don’t believe me? Wipe the drool off your keyboard, click the download button, and let Restaurants for Men direct you to the closest Hooters, Tilted Kilt, Twin Peaks, Coyote Ugly, or any of the other hundreds of babe-tastic eateries across North America.
Do you like beautiful women, brewskies, and big-screen TVs? Restaurants for Men is a map-based app that connects you with over 600 restaurants and bars employing “talented” waitresses, serving copious amounts of beer, and showing all your favorite games and fights. Read up and view pictures of each bar (or its smokin' hot waitstaff) before getting instant driving directions. Share photos and reviews with other users to let them know which man-friendly restaurants are bursting at the seams with fun, and which are major, uh, flops. With Restaurants for Men in your app library, you’ll always be the dude in your group of bros with the inside scoop on where to find nearby dimes. Don’t you want to be that dude?!
Select features include:
-Locate and get directions to 600+ "man-friendly" restaurants
-Background info, contact details, web links, and photos for each restaurant
-Visited List and Bucket List to keep track of places you visit and want to visit
-Share photos and reviews with other users
-Full compatibility with iOS6 and the iPhone 5’s larger display
Restaurants for Men is constantly improving thanks its loyal userbase. Stumble upon a newly opened restaurant? Submit it directly from your mobile device; your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and added to the map within 24-48 hours.
Let the YarnPlaces Yarn Shop Locator help you locate knitting shops across the United States. With this app you can easily search an interactive map of knitting shops. And for your convenience we have included craft store locations like Michaels, AC Moore and Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft. Links to websites are provided when available. Either use your current location or input any location to see all of the nearby shopping opportunities. Scroll the map and the places are automatically updated with no need to enter a new location.
In addition to knitting shops and craft chain stores, you can also search for nearby fiber farms and mills to visit. And for any place you discover on the app you can submit comments and photos to share with the community. If we’ve missed a location, or our information is incorrect, you can add new information directly from your device by touching “Add” at the bottom of the screen and then choosing the type of place you would like to enter. Your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and the location will be added within 48 hours of your contribution. And every time you start the app, you will receive any updates that have been made by others. You can also add locations by going to YarnPlaces.com. All additions and changes made on the website are reflected on the app and vice-versa.
Best Thing I Ever Ate Locator: Your Guide to Finding Restaurants Recommended by Celebrity Chefs on the Hit TV Show, “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”
Asking a celebrity chef for restaurant recommendations is like asking Tiger Woods for putting tips; even if you don’t like him as a person, it’d be stupid not to listen to what he has to say. Food experts are going to recognize good food, period. The Food Network capitalizes on this premise in their hit show, “The Best Thing I Ever Ate,” in which famous chefs are grilled (pun intended) on their favorite dishes from their favorite restaurants.
Best Thing I Ever Ate Locator plots these restaurants on an interactive map, making it easy for you to find them in real life. Think about the app as a Yelp where all users are famous chefs. Browse the map for restaurants selected by the likes of Mario Batali, Giada, Paula Deen, Bobby Flay, Duff Goldman, Wolfgang Puck, Rachel Ray, and Andrew Zimmern, reading up on their favorite dishes and other helpful information along the way. There are nearly 550 recommended restaurants (and growing with each new episode) on the app spread all across the USA, so chances are at least a handful will be in your neck of the woods. Come across a recommended restaurant you’d like to try for yourself? Get instant driving directions with a touch of a button, or call ahead to make reservations with one-touch dialing.
Best Thing I Ever Ate Locator is constantly improving thanks to its active user base. You’re encouraged to submit photos and reviews of the restaurants you visit, letting other users know when you agree with the celebrity chef’s recommendation or when you don’t agree. You can also record the places you’ve visited by adding them to your Visited List or your Favorite List. Alternatively, you can add restaurants you want to visit in the future to your Bucket List.
App features include:
-Interactive map that shows the real life locations of over 550 restaurants recommended by celebrity chefs on “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”
-Contact info, web links, and instant dialing for each restaurant
-Instant driving directions from your current location
-User-submitted photos and reviews
-Yelp reviews for each restaurant
-Visited List, Favorite List, and Bucket List to record restaurants for easy access later
-Free updates as new episodes air
Man v. Food Restaurant Locator: Your Guide to Finding Restaurants Featured on the Hit Travel Channel Show, “Man v. Food”
Watching Man v. Food can be like watching a car wreck in slow motion; the dishes Adam Richman conquers are often horrific and potentially devastating to his health, but you just can’t pull your eyes away. It’s both gross and engrossing. With the Man v. Food Restaurant Locator in your app library, you can experience these same behemoth meals for yourself in real life. Read on if you dare, brave gastronauts…
The Man v. Food Restaurant Locator connects fans of “Man v. Food” with the over 300 restaurants Adam visited in the show’s all-too-brief four-season existence. Browse the app’s interactive map for restaurants near you, or read up on ones far and wide. Get instant driving directions to restaurants with the touch of a button, or check out contact information, episode details, and helpful web links. View photos that other users have shared of their valiant attempts to match Adam’s food feats, or read their reviews to find out which dishes are must-tries and which should be skipped at all costs. Just because Adam successfully scarfed down a five-pound stromboli doesn’t mean you can…but if you’re going to try, you might as well share your experience with the world.
App features include:
-the real life locations of over 300 restaurants visited by Adam Richman on Man v. Food
-episode details, contact info, and links for each location
-instant driving directions to any restaurant from your current location
-Yelp reviews of each restaurant
-user-submitted photos and reviews
-add places you’ve visited to your Visited List, loved to your Favorite List, or intend to visit to your Bucket List
Are there dozens of ring-shaped welts spotting your torso? Do you ever find yourself picking paint flecks out of your hair at inappropriate times? Are phrases like "bump up" and "head check” part of your everyday vocabulary? If so, then you might be a paintball addict. And if you’re a paintball addict, then man, have we got an app for you!
The Tippmann Paintball Locator is the premier mobile guide to locating paintball fields and supply stores around the world. Featuring nearly 2000 paintball fields and over 1100 Tippmann Sports retailers on six continents, you’ll never be in want of a marker, ammo, or place to play with this app in your library. Browse the map for stores and fields near you or search for ones far and wide, reading up on contact info and helpful details for each location. Check out user-submitted photos and reviews to find out which fields are worth playing and which are better left to the noobs.
The Tippmann Paintball Locator is constantly improving thanks to its users. Is a field or store missing from the map? Submit new locations and edit existing ones directly from your Android device. Your submissions will be reviewed by Tippmann staff for accuracy and added within 72 hours.
The MapMuse Christmas Light Display App allows you to easily search an interactive map of Christmas light displays. Either use your current location or input any location to see all the Christmas light displays near you. Scroll the map and the results are automatically updated with no need to enter a new location. Whether you’re looking for a neighborhood full of holiday cheer, or a big display show with sound and animation, you can find the perfect Christmas light display anywhere.
In addition to finding Christmas light displays, you can also submit comments and photos of any location. If we’ve missed a location, or our information is incorrect, you can add a new location directly from your phone. Your submission will be reviewed for accuracy and the location will be added within 48 hour of your contribution. And every time you start the app, you will receive any updates that have been made by others. You can also add new locations by going to www.mapmuse.com. All additions and changes made on the website are available on the app, and vice-versa.
Well, it WAS every girl’s worst nightmare. Not anymore.
Meet your favorite new shopping buddy, Couture Companion. This handy little app takes the guesswork out of high-fashion hunting by showing you which stores carry your favorite labels, how to get there, how to contact them, how to view their collections online, and more. Featuring most major luxury brands from Alexander McQueen to YSL, Couture Companion ensures that your wardrobe stays stocked and you stay looking fabulous. Everything from boutiques to major department stores show up on the app’s interactive map, making shopping a cinch no matter which part of the country you hail from.
Couture Companion maps the complete list (or as close as you can get) of USA retail locations for the following labels:
-Comme des Garçons
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Oscar de la Renta
-Yves Saint Laurent
Plus more, including the typical inventories for most Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Barney’s New York, and Neiman Marcus locations, along with dozens of specialty stores like Scoop, Bergdorf Goodman, Jeffrey, Mitchells, Coplons, etc. Users can also submit new locations by tapping “Add” or brand sightings by tapping “Update or correct information,” which means that the app’s database will only grow more expansive and more accurate over time. What are you waiting for?
Download Couture Companion, break out your checkbook, and go on a shopping spree.