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6-22-2009 @ 8:10PM
About the Sigalert.com link... I'd prefer using them over using Google maps. Google maps is great but the traffic readings aren't anywhere near as accurate as Sigalerts, who give you approximate speeds every quarter mile or so and notifications of accidents or road barriers. Where as GMaps just has color coding that generalizes a broad range of speeds. Just to let anyone know who isn't familiar with using traffic on either of them.
6-22-2009 @ 8:12PM
I agree. Google maps for directions. Sigalert for traffic.
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