California Roads - CHP Traffic Reports & Cameras

California Roads - CHP Traffic Reports & Cameras

By Coderun Technologies Ltd

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2016-09-21
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 4.39 MB
  • Developer: Coderun Technologies Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 19 Ratings

Description

Live CHP traffic reports and cameras for California. View up-to-the-minute California Highway Patrol logs. Save your favorite cameras for quick access. Includes a full CHP glossary. Check before you drive to save time and money. KEY FEATURES: MAP VIEW - Shows current incidents and traffic cams. - Each incident is color coded as well as being represented by an icon showing the incident type. - Clicking on an incident displays more detail right there on the map. - The map view can also show live traffic camera images. LIST VIEW - Shows current incidents in order of distance from your current location (closest incidents are shown first). - Each incident is color-coded to indicate the severity of the delay. - You can quickly see the distance the incident is from you, the road name, the type of incident and when the incident log was updated. - The detail view shows the description and log of the incident together with a map showing the location. - Full search functionality, works across both the list and map views. TRAFFIC CAMS - Toggle show/hide the cameras on the map. - Touch a camera icon on the map to view a live camera image. TRAFFIC CAM FAVORITES - Save your favorite cameras for quick access to see how clear/congested your usual routes are. TODAY WIDGET - Shows at a glance the nearest current traffic incidents without launching the app. PERSONALISE - Toggle traffic information on the map (iOS9/10 only). - Toggle auto refresh of camera images (will refresh every 10 seconds). - Toggle always show map on app launch. - Toggle roadworks on/off. - You can configure which incidents are displayed according to the severity of the delay caused. CHP GLOSSARY - Quick access to a full CHP glossary of terms to help you interpret traffic reports. CONTACT - Email me for feature requests/bug reports etc. I would love to hear from you!

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Reviews

  • Not even close

    2
    By JungleNut
    I’m sorry but this app is nothing even close to the old CHP Traffic app that is no longer supported by iOS 11. The list view is extremely lame and impossible to read and the “FAVORITES” is nothing but mostly non working cam photos. The other CHP app showed you a very comprehensive and complete list with info on each traffic incident out of each CHP dispatch office in your selected favorites. Also the map in this app seems to be just a link to google map traffic but within the app the traffic is VERY slow to load and update. Not current traffic info at all. Just go to google maps for more info than you will get with this hard to read app. The traffic incidents display as how many miles away from you. You select severe or moderate but I want to see just what’s on my home and the freeways I drive. I could care less what’s happening 5 miles away from me on some highway I never drive. Very lame and not even worth the $2 and I never complain about the price of an app.
  • Good for city folks

    1
    By OTR Driver64
    One star cause honestly I don’t care what’s going on south of me. Mostly because it doesn’t give you the option to pick a certain county. Not really friendly use for anything knowledgeable other then how to get around traffic and rubbernecking. I’m not even going to ask for a refund. Ain’t worth it.
  • Great tool for checking traffic!

    5
    By jmac93427
    I use this app at least twice a day - once for my commute to work, and again for the commute home. It’s a fantastic way of knowing if the roads are open or if there has been an accident. It’ll allows me to go a different route in case of a closure instead of having to turn around and drive 40 miles in the opposite direction to take a different route. 10/21/17 update - I was contacted by the Developer about the location of the CHP Glossary that helps decipher some of the more cryptic acronyms that are used. A little odd to get to: • Settings on the bottom right of the screen, then • About at the top right of the screen, then • CHP Glossary at the top right of the screen I guess that’s why I didn’t find it at first! Thank you to the Developer for the prompt response to my issue!
  • Refund

    1
    By L.A. FOXX
    How do I get a refund for this app?
  • Needs work

    1
    By Keep it real 101
    For me, this app did not work the way I thought. The cameras are a still shot that's not accurate. The Chp traffic app is the same thing for free.
  • Great App but not all cameras work

    3
    By Visulartist714
    It’s a very helpful app to use when I’m commuting from Orange County to LA but most cameras don’t work especially around the Santa Ana, Irvine, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, and Mission Viejo area. There are probably more areas that are effected too but at least give the user feedback like some of the cameras up in LA instead of just displaying a black screen.
  • Texas Homestead

    1
    By army guy online
    Cameras are not working cannot see any video or pictures! I also bought the TX road app as well for the Texas cameras, they don't work either! Not happy $$$ 26 June 2017, Monday and still not working!! 21 July 2017, Working off and on! My TX road app is still not working and they won't let me review any more!! 😤😠😡😡😡😡😡
  • Okay

    2
    By mil12
    I wish it just had a list view with the option of map. I would like to use it for my normal commute. Don't like the map feature as default.
  • Not bad...

    5
    By Kate >:3
    Apart from the initial issues with the app it looks to be a solid program. Hopefully the servers stay stable! Previous review: All traffic data is over 12 hours old. If I wanted to know what accidents happened 12 hours ago this would be awesome. Now I just want my money back. :(
  • Very useful

    5
    By pfish30
    Very useful app. I use this on an iPad mounted in a fire engine as an informational tool. The developer is quick to respond to feature requests.

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