Website dedicated to I-70 travelers
January 21, 2010
Skiers, sightseers, residents and mountain travelers of all kinds now have a way of planning and optimizing their next trip along I-70. GoI70.com is a new website and mobile phone application dedicated to the I-70 traveler.
“GoI70.com is the single address that you need to plan your next trip to the Colorado high country,” said Tad Kline, TDM Program Manager of the I-70 Mountain Corridor Coalition. “We have gathered together the best highway, weather, snow conditions and local information available and put it on a single web page. You can view current highway speeds, get tips for the best times to travel, or search for anything your heart desires – trailheads, shopping, parking, lodging, restaurants – anywhere along I-70 mountain corridor.”
The site includes road information from CDOT, Google and from the network of GoI70 Jackrabbits – frequent users of the highway who post updates of current travel conditions. The Jackrabbits are part of the GoI70 social network where travelers can post their first-hand impressions of road conditions and keep up to date about what is going on along the I-70 corridor.
The GoI70.com blog offers detailed travel forecasts for the upcoming weekends and holidays, and tips for the best times to travel along I-70.
Text alerts on changing road conditions can be sent direct to your phone or travelers can check http://goI70.com/mobile on a smart phone for the latest highway news and current travel speeds.