Sigalert - Traffic Reports

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About this app

Save time, save money, and save yourself from the hassles of traffic jams with Sigalert -- right from your phone or tablet.

SIGALERT FEATURES:

* Real-time traffic map
* Extensive traffic camera network
* 24/7 speed, accident, & construction coverage
* Personalized routes showing ONLY the conditions on your drive
* Unmatched traffic detail with just a tap of the map
* GPS integration for hands-free operation

For more than a decade, California drivers have had a secret weapon in their daily commute -- Sigalert. Now Sigalert has been expanded to offer its uniquely simple and powerful service in more than 75 metropolitan areas across the U.S. Now Sigalert has more users than any other online traffic service (comScore/MediaMetrix data from January 2011).

The Sigalert Android app is simple to use, but packed with information:

*** MORE THAN JUST RED/YELLOW/GREEN -- Sigalert offers incredibly detailed speed information. Sigalert's users know when traffic is moving 25 miles per hour and when it's moving 40 miles per hour. Shouldn't you?

*** CONSTANTLY UPDATED REPORTS ON ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION, AND TRAFFIC JAMS - Sigalert features data from Total Traffic Network. Our 24/7 coverage of road conditions comes from hundreds of professional traffic reporters stationed in state-of-the art data centers across the U.S.

*** THE BEST TRAFFIC CAMERAS IN THE BUSINESS - Sigalert features the most extensive network of real-time traffic cameras available. You can see actual traffic conditions along your route right now.

CITIES COVERED:

Albany | Albuquerque | Allentown | Atlanta | Augusta | Austin | Baltimore | Baton Rouge | Birmingham | Boston | Boulder | Bridgeport | Buffalo | Cape Cod | Central Jersey | Charleston | Charlotte | Chattanooga | Chicago | Cincinnati | Cleveland | Colorado Springs | Columbia SC | Columbus | Dallas | Dayton | Denver | Des Moines | Detroit | Durham | Fairfield | Flint | Fort Wayne | Fresno | Ft. Myers | Gary | Grand Rapids | Greensboro | Greenville | Harrisburg | Hartford | Houston | Indianapolis | Inland Empire | Jacksonville | Kansas City | Lancaster | Las Vegas | Long Island | Los Angeles | Louisville | Madison | Manchester | Memphis | Miami | Milwaukee | Minneapolis-St. Paul | Nashua | Nashville | New Haven | New Orleans | New York | Norfolk | North Jersey | Oklahoma City | Omaha | Orange County | Orlando | Philadelphia | Phoenix | Pittsburgh | Portland | Portsmouth | Providence | Pueblo | Raleigh | Richmond | Rochester | Sacramento | Salem | Salt Lake City | San Antonio | San Diego | San Francisco | Scranton | Seattle | Spokane | Springfield | St. Louis | Syracuse | Tacoma | Tampa | Toledo | Tucson | Tulsa | Washington, DC | West Palm Beach | Westchester | Wichita | Wilkes-Barre | Winston-Salem | Worcester, and more!
Updated on
Jul 10, 2017

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3.8
1.74K reviews
A Google user
October 10, 2018
The development team that put this together violates some very basic mobile app standards. No matter where you are in the app, hitting the back button closes the app instead of going back to the previous screen. This is extremely annoying. I know they provide close icons but when 99% of the apps follow the backup rule 90% of the time I instinctively hit the back button and close the app. Also, very poor zoom capabilities and the icons are so small on a phone it is nearly impossible to touch when you have large fingers. The map is extremely limited and only shows the primary roads. By today's app standards, this one fails miserably
57 people found this review helpful
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Mike Clarke
September 27, 2020
Lacking, navigation is terrible in the app, But then since google bought Waze that sucks worse. If on a long road trip only provides major city info, but then data lags so far behind it will say is clear when stopped dead, or say everything is stopped and see no issues. I have gone to using Trucker Path for long road trips, great for if trucker but also for the long distance traveler.
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A Google user
February 17, 2019
I've been using this app for about a year. It stalls frequently on my Android phone. The app does not seem to pick up changing traffic conditions often enough. I am using it less and less. Looking to switch to something better.
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What's new

Completely redesigned user interface.