Nice, holding back on the 5th star until there's a road side rest layer.
does JERRY BR⭕️WN know he's an old K0JACK???
A main road that takes folks into work by my home closes often due to high winds and rain today the road is closed because of very high winds the app has no indication at all on it that this road is closed it is a main artery it is called North Indian Canyon in Palm Springs California. People have to take an alternative route. I found out it was closed because I subscribe to a local police alert.. why have this app if it doesn't show road closures?
Lots to like about this app, but...The cameras are great but I noticed that quite a few have not updated since 2015, while others are only 1 to 20 minutes old (that's good). I like the road signs, a nice source of info. Also, I really like the lane closure info as this info is really hard to get! The road closures are also good even if it doesn't include local closures (unless they've been reported to chp/caltrans). Overall, a pretty good app. Plenty of info often not available on waze or google maps. A must have on these windy, rainy days we've had this winter! If the cameras were all updating properly (or you got rid of non-updating cameras) you'd get 5 stars.
If you live in the boonies do not rely on this app for road closures and openings. Call their 800 # for that. This app is reliable for heavy or light amounts of traffic.
Seems to function ok. However, forced me to disable blue blocker overlay, & I can't find that Settings page on Galaxy S7. Can you direct me, or give Settings terminology so I can Search it? Thanks
CHP and Caltrans Highway Information Network (CHIN) layers are now separate.
The Central Valley location option has been replaced with Stockton and Fresno options.
Users can now turn off the display of Full Closures. A thin black line connects related Full Closures.
A disclaimer appears when the app first opens advising users not to use the app while driving.