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Introducing the Latest Addition to the INRIX Mobile Family: Windows Phone 7

Released today, INRIX Traffic for Windows Phone 7 is available on the Microsoft App Marketplace. Like the iOS and Android versions, INRIX Traffic for Windows Phone 7 puts the power of the world’s largest traffic network into the palm of WP7 users.  This community-powered traffic app provides up-to-the-minute traffic information of road conditions and incidents […]

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Bizarre Traffic Laws

Everyone knows the basic rules of the road — red means stop, don’t pass on the right, yield to pedestrians in cross walks, no drinking and driving, etc.  But, we thought we’d take a minute to share some of the most wacky and bizarre traffic laws we’ve ever seen. In Kansas, a peel-out may result […]

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5 Must-Have Summer Road Trip Apps

Planning an epic road trip this summer? We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite mobile apps that can help make your trip fun, affordable and unforgettable. Yelp. Ever wander or drive aimlessly through an unfamiliar town looking for someplace to eat? Get the inside scoop and eat like a local with Yelp.  […]

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INRIX Recognized with Telematics Update Award

Thank you.  We are pleased to announce that with your help, INRIX was just awarded the “Best Telematics Content Aggregator Award” at  Telematics Detroit, in Novi, Michigan.    Telematics Detroit is one of the premier auto industry events with firms showing off the latest technology available in vehicles. As you may know, INRIX works with […]

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AASHTO Releases Mobile App Featuring INRIX’s Traffic Info

Calling all traffic, transportation and future highways geeks, there’s now an app for you.  AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) just introduced their first mobile app which delivers the latest news about smart highways and the future of America’s roads as well as INRIX’s real-time traffic info. Learn more about the app […]

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Better Performance Options in INRIX Traffic Update v3.1 for iPhone

This week we released the latest update to our iPhone/iPad/iTouch app: INRIX Traffic v3.1. The app is available right now at the Apple App Store. What’s new in v3.1? In short, better performance options: For our members who are on slower 2.5G and EDGE cellular networks, they can now switch to faster-loading lower-resolution traffic tiles. […]

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INRIX Predicts the Traffic, You Predict the Score for a Chance to Win an iPad2

In celebration of our new 3.0 version of the INRIX Traffic app—we want to see how good your prediction powers are. Are they as good as ours? Predict the score of the Sounders FC v. FC Dallas soccer match and be entered to win an iPad 2! Choose one or more of the following options […]

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INRIX Traffic 3.0 is Here!

We hope you enjoy the new features and upgrades.  We can’t wait to hear what you think! If you like INRIX Traffic, please help us spread the word.  You are our strongest advocates and what you say about INRIX Traffic matters.  The more people that use INRIX Traffic, the better your  traffic data gets.  So […]

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Top 10 Worst Commutes in America

Think your commute stinks? Check out how your daily drive stacks up against America’s Top 10 Worst Traffic Corridors. This data comes from INRIX’s Annual National Traffic Scorecard which is gathered from tracking millions of vehicles across the country that are equipped with sensors that send GPS and speed data back to us.  We then […]

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Tips to Help You Save Money at the Pump

According to a recent article from CNNMoney, the average American household spends $368 a month on gas.  Prices at the pump continue to shoot through the roof, as of today the national average price per gallon has hit $3.98.  The last time prices were that high was July 2008 when gas prices reached a record […]

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