A double dose of Arctic-like weather is rolling across the United States. Forecasters say this Siberian Express could affect nearly 50 million people and bring power outages in Dallas, more than a foot of snow to Denver and plunging temperatures across the western U.S. The plunge started in INRIX’s backyard of Seattle already with temperatures […]
What you need to know about Black Friday Traffic More than 35 percent of all Americans hit the stores on Black Friday last year and more than half described it as “fun”. The shopping may be fun, but getting to the mall is not. The world’s leading traffic scientists analyzed three years of Black Friday […]
What’s New? We are excited to announce the INRIX Traffic App now includes XD™ Traffic giving you the following: Greater detail than ever before. Now showing you traffic on major roads down to 800 feet, helping you make better traffic decisions in real time. Finding traffic on your hidden back road route just got easier. Increased […]
Northbound I-5 at Boeing Field in Seattle, a huge 10-car pileup closed all lanes of the main interstate into Seattle, 30 people are treated at the scene, some leave in aid cars.
Three weeks ago, we released INRIX Traffic 5.0 to the Android and iOS communities. In response to the passionate feedback we received from our fans, we quickly turned out another update – this time with improved performance and a better user experience. Our team of talented developers was hard at work the last two weeks, […]
On the cusp of this summer’s final holiday weekend and the start of the back-to-school season, we’ve released a brand new version of the INRIX Traffic app! Complete with a fresh new look and a suite of awesome features, INRIX Traffic 5.0 is your personalized traffic reporter this fall. For a closer look at the redesigned app, check out all the updates and improvements below.
Economists, businesses and the American public have all been watching the U.S. Federal Reserve very closely in recent months for any indication of when it might begin to remove the unprecedented support it has provided the U.S. economy since the start of the financial crisis. Increased traffic levels in recent months indicate that while the time for such action might be near, the Fed will have to walk a very fine line as it considers tapping on the brakes.