Arlington residents are now able to check the status of road work, look at traffic conditions and access information on local real estate development projects on the County’s mobile app.
The county this week added these and a few other new features to My Arlington, the app for iPhone and Android devices that launched in February.
Users can now use the app to access real-time information on paving and milling operations on county-owned streets, view traffic camera feeds and get traffic updates using data from Google Waze, said Shannon Whalen McDaniel, a communications manager for Arlington County.
“County staff enters data into Waze daily, noting if a street is partially or fully closed, along with an estimated time of completion,” Whalen McDaniel added.
Other recent additions to the My Arlington app include:
- Voting information, with Arlington polling and precinct locations.
- A county staff search directory.
- Information on development projects with county site plans.
- Notices about stop work orders and unsafe buildings.
Screenshot via Arlington County
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