Waze

  • wrong turn Jan 20

    Casino Ad Erroneously Sends Waze Users to NJ Nature Park

    No, the luxurious Borgata Hotel, Casino and Spa has not relocated to a central New Jersey wildlife preserve.
    The Jackson Township Police Department, however, has recently seen a spike in the number of drivers headed for the Atlantic City resort winding up stranded in a wildlife area in the shadow of Six Flags Great Adventure.

  • North Texas Jul 19, 2018

    Cities Applying Data from Waze to Fight Traffic

    Traffic is a way of life most days in fast-growing North Texas, which is why cities are looking to high-tech solutions to get cars moving. This week, Plano announced it will share information about upcoming construction projects and road closures with the traffic navigation app, Waze. In exchange, Waze is sharing user data with Plano.

  • NBCUniversal Inc. Jul 19, 2018

    Cities Applying Data from Waze to Fight Traffic

    Traffic is a way of life most days in fast-growing North Texas, which is why cities are looking to high-tech solutions to get cars moving. This week, Plano announced it will share information about upcoming construction projects and road closures with the traffic navigation app, Waze. In exchange, Waze is sharing user data with Plano.

  • texas Jan 19, 2018

    Major Road Projects in Denton a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ Say Commuters

    Progress is North Texas comes with a little pain — especially for commuters. It’s no different in Denton, where several large road projects are underway.

  • food Mar 28, 2017

    Waze Gets Into the Order-Ahead Business With Dunkin’ Donuts

    Waze’s traffic navigation app already shows ads prodding drivers to swing by fast-food joints like Dunkin’ Donuts and Taco Bell. Now it’s adding a new item to its menu – the ability to place orders at some shops.

  • New York Jan 26, 2015

    Sheriffs Want Popular Police-Tracking App Disabled

    Sheriffs are campaigning to pressure Google Inc. to turn off a feature on its Waze traffic software that warns drivers when police are nearby. They say one of the technology industry’s most popular mobile apps could put officers’ lives in danger from would-be police killers who can find where their targets are parked.

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