COtrip Planner 4+

State of Colorado

Designed for iPad

    • 2.8 • 492 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The COtrip app is the Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT) official real-time traffic and traveler information app. The COtrip app provides statewide travel information for Colorado’s interstates, U.S. routes and state highways. It does not include information for county roads or city streets.

Features:
- Zoomable and mobile-friendly map display
- Traffic speeds and road conditions
- Real-time updates on road maintenance, construction, restrictions and road closures
- Camera images and live streaming video
- Trucker mode with resources specific to commercial motor vehicle operators
- Winter weather conditions (seasonal)
- Plow tracker
- Hands-free, eyes-free feature to announce upcoming road conditions that will impact your route

Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease device battery life.

Drop the Distraction
The primary responsibility of every driver is the safe operation of their vehicle. While traveling, mobile communication devices should be used only when the motor vehicle is at a complete stop off the traveled portion of the roadway. Do not text and drive (it's against the law) or use this app while driving. For more information about distracted driving in Colorado and safety tips, visit https://distracted.codot.gov.

Feedback
We welcome your feedback on this app. Please send your suggestions, questions or concerns in an email to cdot_cotrip@state.co.us. For tutorials and more information, visit COtrip.org.

CDOT Privacy Policy: https://codot.gov/topcontent/privacypolicy

What’s New

Version 4.5

Emphasize high impact events in search results
Map decluttering improvements
Add safe driving pop-up

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
492 Ratings

492 Ratings

nancyp0913 ,

Great App… BUT

We love this app, and use it all the time! It only has one MAJOR thank you flaw! The colors on the map for road conditions are to close, and therefore, are very hard to distinguish, especially for those with vision issues. Please fix this and choose bright colors that are very different from each other for each of the road conditions. If that is done, this app immediately becomes a 5 Star App! Until then, it gets a three… Barely!

Developer Response ,

Thank you - we appreciate your comments! This feedback is helpful as we continue to improve our system.

Drivinen to Drive ,

Front Range/ West Side Story

COTrip. Org is my go to whether planning a trip or for a last minute run to Denver International Airport. Having to cross the Rockies over a high pass and a tunnel/ pass does make it interesting. Not to mention that the drive takes you through very popular ski areas (cross roads to even more of them and other outdoor destinations,) and it’s the heart of the commercial route from the eastern and western part of our nation. For all of these reasons and because of our extreme weather I use the CO trip website (and the the trip planner, now!) There have been times that weather has caused delays but we have the resource in this service to make informed decisions and arrive to our destination safely, albeit a little late.

Other road conditions and closures can be monitored on the maps many layers, as well as, on cameras along the route. For all these reasons COTrip is a godsend and a very import state service. Add a thermos of coffee and appropriate sound track and I’m ready to go.

all_nicks_taken ,

Two levels of terrible

There are two levels of terrible here. One is the app itself. The user interface designers made inexplicable choices. More importantly, CDOT’s data flow into this system makes the app mostly worthless. The timeliness, quality, and quantity of information CDOT feeds into the system of their lit road information signs, website, and app means that even a finely polished app would be useless. I get it. It’s challenging. CDOT is one thing, local dispatch another, reality on the ground yet a third. But CDOT is mostly useful as an agency for awarding various contracts (including to make an app). The actual value added by, say, having employees who can use their creativity and skills to integrate these data streams better to make CDOT’s road information system better, is close to 0. Don’t worry – CDOT can award a contract for that (to someone who doesn’t really get it).

Developer Response ,

Hi! Thank you for your comments - we are sorry to hear that your experience using the COtrip app has been a terrible one. We'd love to learn more about how you are using the app so we can get you the information you need. Please reach out to pm@castlerockits.com if you are willing to chat.

App Privacy

The developer, State of Colorado, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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