Check, plan, go with QLDTraffic
Plan your journey before you go with QLDTraffic, a new traffic and travel information service providing the latest news about incidents and conditions on the road.
The QLDTraffic website and app uses maps detailing where and when incidents are occurring on Queensland roads.
Users can plan their journey by address or landmark and select their preferred route and mode of transport from multiple recommendations, as well as viewing estimated arrival times.
They can filter traffic information by event type such as crash, flooding, roadworks or hazard, while looking at active and planned events on a specific date.
With so many people accessing our website via their phone, this app provides all the traffic information you need in a useable and more direct way.
A new app has also been developed which lets you:
- plan your journey by address or popular location names
- save your favourite route and places and receive personalised push notifications for important traffic alerts that affect them
- see how long it will take to drive from A to B and view and select alternative routes
- select your mode of transport (car and public transport)
- receive audio alerts about incidents while travelling on your route
- view traffic camera feeds to see what’s happening on the roads.
QLDTraffic website features include:
- viewing the latest images from available traffic camera feeds using images of the road network
- seeing nearby public transport stops in ‘Map View’ and accessing service status information for TransLink services
- viewing points of interest such as rest areas and dump points
- displaying alerts and warning messages about incidents impacting a particular road, area or region.
Our data comes from a variety of sources including traffic management centres, local and state government authorities and members of the public to provide users with accurate information about what’s happening on the roads.
Traffic alerts on QLDTraffic are live and updated 24/7 on the website, app, 13 19 40 phone services and Twitter feeds.
QLDTraffic is the trusted source for timely, reliable and accurate traffic and travel information.
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