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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Traffic alerts on your phone - new iPhone app

  • Published: Tuesday, 16 February 2010

You can now get live traffic updates on your mobile phone thanks to a new Highways Agency's iPhone app. The free app pinpoints the user’s current location, gives a breakdown of any planned roadworks and displays live traffic updates for England's motorways and major roads.

Highways Agency iPhone app

The new free Highways Agency iPhone app allows users to plan their journeys and avoid congestion hotspots.

The app:

  • pinpoints the user’s current location
  • gives a breakdown of any planned roadworks
  • displays live traffic updates
  • tunes in to the Highways Agency’s own radio station which broadcasts round the clock from the National Traffic Control Centre

To download the new app, go to the iTunes store and search for Highways Agency, or enter the link below into your phone’s browser:


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