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CES: INRIX Parking, Updated App, Kenwood Team-Up, and We’re In China!

This week we’re at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Like many companies here, we have some exciting announcements we can’t wait to share with you: the industry’s first global parking navigation service, our INRIX Traffic App gets social, INRIX-powered Kenwood in-dash receivers and the expansion of our premium traffic services to China.

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Traffic congestion

Jan. INRIX Gridlock Index: Why More Traffic is Good News for the Economy

Traffic congestion is up in 10 of the largest U.S. metropolitan areas, making the average driving trip 17.7% longer than necessary. This is according to the November 2012 aggregate score for the INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI), a monthly measurement of road traffic congestion.

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Traffic

Beat Thanksgiving and Black Friday Traffic: Top 10 Busiest Routes

INRIX’s predictions for the worst Thanksgiving and Black Friday Traffic of 2012. Plan ahead!

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Don’t make Halloween a Nightmare: Follow these Driving Safety Tips

Halloween is a holiday that’s meant to be scary, but we want to help you leave the spooking to the ghosts, witches and goblins by sharing some tips to keep you safe while driving this year. Across the country, the number of traffic accidents is known to rise on All Hallows Eve as excited children […]

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INRIX Traffic v4 for Android

It’s Here! INRIX Traffic for Android Unveils Major Update

The free app gives you access to the largest traffic network in the world, making your Android smartphone a personal traffic reporter that helps you avoid gridlock with up-to-the-minute traffic conditions or a forecast for major roadways. Here’s what you can do with the improved INRIX Traffic app for Android: Know the fastest route: INRIX […]

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Avoid More Traffic and Pain With New Traffic Colors

Great news everyone!   Just a few days ago, we released our new improved traffic colors.  These new colors will help you make better decisions to avoid more traffic and frustration. Why would we make this change?  We wanted you to more easily avoid the traffic that really matters to your travel time.  We accomplished this […]

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Carmageddon II: Avoid These 10 Traffic Bottlenecks

This Saturday and Sunday in Los Angeles, the north side of Mulholland Drive Bridge is scheduled for demolition. As a result the I-405 through the Sepulveda Pass will be closed in both directions on September 29th and 30th to allow for demolition. The good people at the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority refer to this […]

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INRIX Traffic 4.1.3 on iPhone 5: Look at that big, beautiful screen

The iPhone 5 hit stores today, sending Apple fans into yet another phone frenzy.  According to an article that appeared today in the New York Times, Apple said on Monday that it sold two million iPhone 5’s over the Internet the first day people were allowed to submit orders for the product. That figure was […]

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Garmin with Live INRIX Traffic: Simpler, Quicker and without subscription

More good industry news. Yesterday, leading satellite navigation company Garmin changed the impact of traffic for its customers forever by providing its fastest and most accurate 3D traffic services to date. Garmin is teaming with INRIX to provide up-to-the-minute traffic information across the DAB (Digital Audio Broadcast) network.  DAB is a digital radio technology for […]

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INRIX Traffic v4.1.1 iOS Now Available in the App Store

INRIX Traffic version 4.1.1 for iOS is now available in the App Store.  Thanks for your feedback and taking time to reach out to us!  We’ve listened and made a few adjustments and tweaks we think you’ll like. What’s new in this version? – iPad performance improvements. – Fixed an issue with adding places under […]

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