Save time, save money, and save yourself from the hassles of traffic jams with Sigalert.com. Sigalert features constantly updated, real-time road speeds, round-the-clock traffic reports from the country's top traffic company, and the largest network of roadside traffic cameras in the U.S. Avoid traffic with Sigalert.com.
For more than a decade, California drivers have had a secret weapon in their daily commute--Sigalert.com. In 2010, Sigalert 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 iPhone 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 Total Traffic data. 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 uses a custom built and curated camera network -- the most extensive real-time camera coverage. You can see actual traffic conditions along your route right now.
- Real-time traffic map
- 24/7 speed/accident/construction coverage
- Extensive traffic camera network
- Personalized routes showing ONLY the conditions on your drive
- Unmatched traffic detail with just a tap of the map
- GPS integration to automatically track you while you drive
- Shake to refresh data
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Map no longer covers status bar.
Ratings and Reviews
Keep It Simple Stupid
I enjoy the format of this app. Perfect for the person who knows where they are going and just needs to check the traffic. It doesn’t have a bunch of junk all over the screen, like where every Starbucks is and other franchises. I also like that is stays facing North. Other apps rotate just when I try to zoom in and out. So if you have ever looked at a real map in real life and are t scared of it, this map is the right route.
Accessibility is messed up big-time!
Although I am blind and don’t drive, I used to use sigalert to give me information about road conditions while using paratransit services for my long daily commutes to work. I could then pass on that information to the drivers so that they could take alternate routes if need be. Quite some time ago the app used to have clearly-labeled buttons for various controls that the VoiceOver screen reader that’s built into my iPhone could readily identify. Now those buttons aren’t clearly identified; Voiceover just gives me meaningless information when it finds one of those buttons. Developers: we blind guys may not drive but a good number of us out here do travel to work and play and we like handy road information, too, so c’mon, fellas, get your act together and follow the existing accessibility guidelines for apps. Don’t just release an update with unlabeled cutesy eye candy graphics that don’t mean squat to us blind users.
Great App informative
I’ve been a professional Chauffeur in LA for 30+ years and this app is an absolute essential tool.
Don’t be intimidated by the 1 star reviews, seems that what they are complaining about is that is not a GPS system. It operates just like all informative apps do, they rely on peer to peer input. It just takes a moment for the person to update the status of an accident, floods etc. if one drives by an incident and they do not report it, that’s not the systems fault. A must have app for what’s going on in the direction that your going to or happen to be on.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.