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Description

Highway road condition cameras for Canada, New Zealand and the USA.
- British Columbia Highways - 904 cameras
- British Columbia Ferries and terminals - 33 cameras
- Alberta highways - 261 camera
- Atlanta - 407 cameras
- Auckland, NZ - 81 camera
- Calgary - 146 cameras
- Chattanooga - 61 cameras
- Christchurch - 91 cameras
- Harrisburg, PA - 256 cameras
- Houston - 562 cameras
- Milwaukee - 74 cameras
- Minneapolis - 410 cameras
- North Island, NZ - 26 cameras
- Philadelphia, PA - 317 cameras
- Phoenix, AZ, - 152 cameras
- Pittsburgh, PA - 197 cameras
- Portland - 120 cameras
- Salt Lake City, UT - 211 cameras
- Seattle, WA - 369 cameras
- South Island, NZ - 36 cameras
- Spokane, WA - 81 cameras
- Tacoma, WA - 317 cameras
- Toronto roads and highways - 283 cameras
- Vancouver roads and highways - 32 cameras
- Washington Ferries - 45 cameras
- Wellington - 18 cameras

Ready to head out and you want to check the road conditions? DOT Traffic is the fastest way to get to the highway cams that matter to you. Instead of browsing to a web site and working your way through the menus and maps to find a web camera just open DOT Traffic on your iPhone and go straight to the camera you want with one click. Flick through the other cameras in order, with a simple Next button.

Touch the Favorite button on any camera page to copy to your Favorites list for faster access. Switch quickly from Show All to Favorites mode. In Favorites Mode the Previous and Next buttons follow the Favorites list.

DOT Traffic includes maps for most regions, showing the location of each camera. Touch a camera icon to select the camera view.

In-App Purchases

DOT Traffic subscription - for future Camera Network upgrades
The camera network periodically adds more cameras. These additions require an update to the app. With an annual subscription you will receive updated versions whenever the network expands.

City and regional camera networks in the USA that were previously offered as separate apps will now be added to DOT Traffic. These additional networks will be made available through the same DOT Traffic annual subscription

This is an auto-renewable annual subscription, currently $0.99 or equivalent
Subscribers will receive updated camera databases when the network is extended or changed
For non-subscribers the camera network database will not automatically update. The purchased version will remain in use. Nothing is being taken away. If you chose to cancel the subscription in future all the updates already received will remain in use.

- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase

Privacy Policy http://traffic.stanton.nz/privacy.html
We do not ask for, receive or store any customer data. Subscription purchase records are maintained by Apple. When we publish an updated camera network database your device will check with Apple to determine whether you have a current subscription to receive the updated camera network database

Terms of Use http://traffic.stanton.nz/terms.html
Purchasers of this application are granted personal permission to install and use it on one or more iOS devices. As an Apple iTunes customer you are able to download and install the application on any replacement iOS device without additional charge. This includes the application and any additional in-app purchases or subscriptions, provided the same Apple ID is used

For questions or comments please write to me at traffic@stanton.nz

What’s New

Version 9.197

Version 9.197 August update for subscribers in British Columbia. This version adds 9 new cameras

Version 9.196. Fix for app build error on version 9.195

Version 9.195. February update for subscribers in British Columbia. This version adds 16 new cameras

Highway 7B(Mary Hill Bypass)
Mary Hill Bypass - NEHwy 7B, on Mary Hill, looking northeast.

Highway 16 (Northern Region)
TamarackHwy 16 at Dahl Lake Rd, about 33 km west of Prince George, looking west.
Slim Creek - WHwy 16, about 400 m east of the Slim Creek Rest Area, looking west.
Slim Creek - EHwy 16, about 400 m east of the Slim Creek Rest Area, looking east.
West Twin - WestHwy 16, at West Twin Creek, looking west.
West Twin - EastHwy 16, at West Twin Creek, looking east.

Highway 97 (Northern Region)
TrutchHwy 97 near Trutch and the Mile 202 Rest Area.

Highway 3A (Southern Interior)
Yellow Lake - WHwy 3A (Kaleden to Keremeos), near Sheep Creek Road, looking west.
Yellow Lake - EHwy 3A (Kaleden to Keremeos), near Sheep Creek Road, looking east.

Highway 5 Coquihalla (Southern Interior)
Shuswap Hill - WHwy 6, Shuswap Hill west of Cherryville, looking west.
Shuswap Hill - EHwy 6, Shuswap Hill west of Cherryville, looking east.

Highway 23 (Southern Interior)
Galena Bay Landing - Front

Highway 17 (Delta)
104th Ave at Hwy 17 westbound104th Avenue and Hwy 17, looking westbound.
Hwy 17 at 104th Ave eastboundHwy 17 at 104th Avenue eastbound along Hwy 17.
104th Ave at Hwy 17 eastbound104th Avenue at Hwy 17 looking east.
Hwy 17 at 104th Ave southboundHwy 17 at 104th Avenue looking southbound.

Version 9.192. August update for subscribers in British Columbia. This version adds 57 new cameras

Version 9.191. For subscribers in Atlanta this version adds 26 new cameras on I-85 south, from the State Line to Camp Creek Parkway

Version 9.190. Remove Cincinnati camera network as cameras are no longer accessible.

Version 9.189. Spring update for British Columbia highways. For subscribers this version has been updated with 52 new cameras, including 2 with weather and road conditions.

Version 9.188 Fix for Highway names in Favorites List mode. Credit to Phoebe for reporting this problem.

Version 9.187. Winter update for British Columbia highways. For subscribers this version has been updated with 7 new cameras, including 3 with weather and road conditions. Location information has been updated for a further 34 cameras

Version 9.186 Bug fix for Map display in Favorites mode
Bug fix for swipe to next in Favorites mode

Version 9.185. Fall update for British Columbia highways. For subscribers this version has been updated with 17 new cameras and adds weather and road conditions for more locations.

Version 9.184. A completely revised data file for Alberta cameras. The highway camera network in Alberta has been totally revamped. This broke all camera links in the app. All links have now been updated where replacements exist. Some cameras has been removed and many more have been added. The Alberta section now has 261 cameras, up from 244. The increase is mostly down to adding additional direction and road surface cameras at existing locations. This version does not include location weather reports.
The app now has a link to our Privacy Policy on the Setup page. In brief, our policy is we do not ask for, receive or store any customer data.

Version 9.183. For subscribers, this version adds 127 traffic cameras in Christchurch and other South Island locations in New Zealand

Version 9.182. For subscribers, this version adds 44 traffic cameras in Wellington and other North Island locations in New Zealand

Version 9.181. For subscribers, this version adds 410 traffic cameras in Minneapolis, MN
Fixes an error that caused the app to fail after selecting the Atlanta network

Version 9.180. For subscribers, this version adds 152 traffic cameras in Phoenix, AZ

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

rch3240 ,

The Big Problem

The app works OK. But there is a big ripoff - the only cameras plotted on the map are Vancouver’s. So you have to know the roads extremely well to recognize where the cameras are located. To make matter worse, the various transport agencies don’t place cameras just a interchanges so the name often is a geographical name that’s not familiar. That’s why the map is so important. To make matters even more confusing - you would expect you would expect the camera be listed north to south or east to west since that how they appear on map. BUT NO! Some are are backwards or upside down. I5 in Washington is listed south to north.

Mdgolfmd ,

Bad app

Cameras in Cincinnati are showing images from November 2108. I emailed the developer, I am still awaiting a response. Lucky for me I’m not holding my breathe.

Information

Seller
Denis Stanton
Size
12.6 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
$2.99
In-App Purchases
  1. Camera Network upgrades. $0.99
  2. Add location maps for all cameras. $0.99
  3. Weather Conditions Upgrade $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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