April 8, 2013

DOVER, DEL – The use of new technology can be the solution to make traveling a more relaxing adventure. Recently, DelDOT introduced innovative and advanced Smartphone apps that will help travelers going to the International Speedway of Dover on busy weekends. It will feature, among others, updated activities, events, travel and traffic news.

This new gadget recommended as a DelDOT app was made for Android and iPhone users. Any Google Play Store or the iPhone Apple Store will download apps free of charge.

Take note of the following features:

1. Unlimited traffic cameras;

2. Clear continuing broadcast of stations WTMC 1380 AM, official travel information venue of DelDOT;

3. Recent advisories for roadway accidents and other incidents;

4. Update info on travel delays;

5. Info on the average speeds required on roadways;

6. Use of virtual travel times;

7. Advanced details on restricted lanes and road closures;

8. Warning on the locations of red light camera locations; and

9. News about roadway weather.

The purpose of the added features and services in new apps is to assist travelers throughout the state. One of the basic goals of new apps was to assist travelers visiting Dover International Speedway for an event weekend.

There will be more and more innovative apps being developed by manufacturers to satisfy the customers desire to receive more travel information. People are looking for newer kinds of apps to help them in their specific needs. The great decline in PC due to the trends in Smartphone and tablets is a signal for any agency to think of the specific apps that will do well in market.

Delaware Department of Transportation is providing apps, not only to native Delawarean but to the public in general. It includes everything that one expects for in an app. It features the latest events, happenings, and information all about traffic and travel. This is useful for the summer months as travel planning and even booking are in the offing. Vacation time is limited so every minute counts in the places to visit. Travel apps are created for this purpose.

DEL-DOT has in mind the last-minute hotel booking that can help travelers organized.  One of their primary thoughts was to assist travelers visiting Dover International Speedway for an event weekend. Keeping itinerary well-organized is the result of knowing where you are going and how to get there.

Travelers on the air, road, at sea or just on the in outdoors will be given the chance to make their lives much easier and more convenient. But next year will prove more challenging as there are expectations for more and better mind-boggling new apps with advanced digital technology for travelers. There are expectations for apps that have capabilities for geotagging capabilities, high powered scanning technology, and wider 3D with augmented reality, QR Codes and superior social media integration. A whole new world is opened for travelers. The good news is that DEL-DOT will again be a frontliner in the quest for better travel apps.

If you have received a traffic ticket for traffic congestion, please contact an experienced traffic ticket lawyer. Protect your right to drive legally

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