Why is traffic.com moving to HERE?
Moving traffic.com to here.com expands our traffic coverage and the services we provide. HERE offers traffic services in 41 countries as well as maps and routing for how you live every day. Plus there’s enhanced search and new ways to save, share and explore your favourite places and more.
Where does your local traffic info come from?
High quality traffic information on here.com is generated from a multitude of reliable resources including state and regional agencies, community input, and connected devices worldwide. In the USA and Canada, traffic info is brought to you in cooperation with these state and regional agencies:
We also get traffic information from many other similar agencies in countries around the world.
What’s happening to my traffic.com alerts?
All traffic.com alerts will stop from June 20. They’ll be replaced by the Commute Widget at here.com/traffic, which will provide the latest traffic info for your commute.
What should I do if I can’t find a specific traffic.com web page?
If you’re a business or media customer looking for a specific web page on traffic.com, or you have questions about legacy traffic.com and TrafficOne products, please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact your account representative for more information.
Which browsers work best with the traffic services on HERE?
We recommend using recent versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
How can I get traffic info on the go?
Just open a browser in your mobile phone and go to m.here.com/traffic.