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iOS 11 Edition. Highway road condition cameras for drivers in six regions in Canada.
- British Columbia Highways - 719 cameras
- British Columbia Ferries and terminals - 33 cameras
- Vancouver roads and highways - 32 cameras
- Alberta highways - 244 cameras
- Calgary roads and highways - 146 cameras
- Toronto roads and highways - 283 cameras

Ready to head out and you want to check the road conditions? DOT Traffic is the fastest way to get to the highway web cams that matter to you. Instead of browsing to a web site and working your way through the menus and map graphics to find a web camera just open DOT Traffic on your iPhone and go straight to the camera you want with one click. Flick through the other cameras along your route, in order, with a simple Next button.

Touch the Favorite button on any camera page to copy the traffic cameras that matter to you to your Favorites list for faster access. Switch quickly from Show All to Favorites mode. In Favorites Mode the Previous and Next buttons follow the Favorites list.

DOT Traffic includes maps for most regions, showing the location of each camera. Touch a camera icon to select the camera view. Touch the Map button on a camera page to see the location map

BC Highway cameras are provided by Capliano Highway Services in co-operation with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Individual cameras may be inoperative due to weather conditions or maintenance requirements. DOT Traffic is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, the Government of British Columbia.

In-App Purchases

DOT Traffic subscription - Camera Network upgrade
The BC Highway camera network periodically adds more cameras. These additions require an update to the app. With an annual subscription you will receive updated versions whenever the network expands.

City and regional camera networks in the USA that were previously offered as separate apps will now be added to DOT Traffic. These additional networks will be made available through the same DOT Traffic annual subscription

This is an auto-renewable annual subscription currently CAD $0.99 or equivalent
Subscribers will receive an updated camera network database when the -Drive BC network is extended or changed
For non-subscribers the camera network database will not automatically update. The purchased version will remain in use. Nothing is being taken away. If you chose to cancel the subscription in future all the updates already received will remain in use.

- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase

Privacy Policy http://traffic.stanton.nz/privacy.html
We do not ask for, receive or store any customer data. Subscription purchase records are maintained by Apple. When we publish an updated camera network database your device will check with Apple to determine whether you have a current subscription to receive the updated camera network database

Terms of Use http://traffic.stanton.nz/terms.html
Purchasers of this application are granted personal permission to install and use it on one or more iOS devices. As an Apple iTunes customer you are able to download and install the application on any replacement iOS device without additional charge. This includes the application and any additional in-app purchases or subscriptions, provided the same Apple ID is used

For questions or comments please write to me at highway@stanton.nz

What's New

Version 9.163

Version 9.163. For Subscribers, this version add the Toronto highway camera network. 283 more traffic cameras

Version 9.162. For subscribers, this version adds 146 cameras in and around Calgary Alberta

Version 9.161. For subscribers, this edition adds 244 cameras in the Alberta Highway network

Version 9.160. Added Vancouver camera network. 32 cameras in and around Vancouver

Version 9.159. Completely rewritten in Swift for iOS 11. Application name and structure changed to provide extended network coverage.
This version includes the camera networks for BC Highways and BC Ferries

Version 8.59. New Cameras, including four in Taylor on Highway 97. Improved map location for nineteen cameras
This is the sixth update under the subscription system
New Cameras: Northern Region - Highway 16 Hwy 16 at Toronto St - North Savory Rest Area - E Stella Rd - North Stella Rd - West Stella Rd - East Fort St. James - North Fort St. James - S Stuart Lake Highway - N Stuart Lake Highway - S

Highway 97 Taylor - North Taylor - West Taylor - East Taylor - South

Southern Interior - Highway 1 - Trans Canada Highway Three Valley Gap - West

Version 8.58. Fix for Vancouver Island camera map. A code restriction in earlier versions limited the number of cameras that could be placed on a map. This particularly affected some Vancouver Island cameras. (Thank you Sandy for reporting)

Information

Seller
Denis Stanton
Size
10 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2013 Denis Stanton
Price
$2.99
In-App Purchases
  1. Camera Network upgrades. $0.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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