The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has introduced a redesigned GettingAroundIllinois.com that provides ceaselessly updated information in a mobile-friendly format that’s some-more available for a motoring open in Illinois.
“We are really vehement to yield this new-and-improved apparatus for travelers,” pronounced Illinois
Transportation Secretary Randy Blankenhorn. “GettingAroundIllinois.com is a good place to get critical information – from winter highway conditions to construction site locations to highway or overpass closures – for any trip, any time of a year. The new mobile-friendly format will get travelers a information they need fast and conveniently.”
In gripping with a final of today’s users, a new website includes a ability to brand and wizz in to your location, transport track or destination, since a former site offering a immobile map that supposing a extended perspective of a user’s altogether location. Additionally, a new website is operated by a cloud-based system, formulating a improved event to yield real-time information and shortening intensity complement downtime.
As construction deteriorate gets underway, work section information via a state is permitted by selecting a map’s “road construction zone” covering to see where a work section is located, how prolonged it will be in place and what form of work is being done.
One of a some-more renouned facilities of GettingAroundIllinois.com is a winter highway conditions map, that averages some-more than 2 million visitors during snow-and-ice deteriorate and is frequently used by news media and common widely on amicable media. The new map facilities an extended tone intrigue that improved aligns with stream map record used by surrounding states, formulating a some-more seamless transport knowledge for truckers and tourists, and is easier for color-blind people to discern.
GettingAroundIllinois.com debuted scarcely 10 years ago and has gifted a extensive expansion in traffic. The site is a one-stop emporium for visitors seeking trade counts, gas hire and hotel locations, continue radar and other travel-related information.