Bing Traffic Gadget

Are you driving to work every day and you are getting stuck in traffic regularly? If you do, you might want to download this free Bing Traffic Gadget!


Bing Traffic gadget

Traffic Gadget for 90+ US Cities

You can choose from about 90+ US cities. All of the traffic data is provided by traffic.com
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You can define a route and then change it based on the traffic data. Many low-traffic highways are covered by this traffic gadget, but I am not sure how accurate it is, so you should probably also give the Google Traffic Gadget a try if you find this handy.

The maps of the Bing traffic gadget are very cool and highlight slow traffic lanes with blank/red/yellow and faster routes with green.
Bing Traffic Gadget: Map

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2 Responses to Bing Traffic Gadget

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Rich said:

    Without any city in San Bernardino County (The largest county in the United States, people!) this gadget is pretty much worthless. Please, add a link to traffic up Cajon Pass (CA)? It’s used by more than 250,000 cars *per day*. As a commuter, I need this information in order to save me hours in traffic.

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Cindy said:

    I had the Bing Traffic Gadget on my Vista computer, but I can seem to find it to put it on my Windows 7 computer.

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