Sigalert.com to Help Labor Day Weekend Drivers Avoid Traffic and Reach Destinations Safely; More Than 3.8 Million Californians Took Road Trips over Labor Day Weekend Last Year, According to Automobile Club of Southern California.
WHAT: Despite soaring gas prices, millions of Californians are still expected to take road trips this Labor Day Weekend. Whether visiting Las Vegas, San Diego, San Francisco or Mexico, drivers can start their vacations out right by easing the stress of holiday traffic by simply visiting Sigalert.com, a leading provider of online, up-to-the minute traffic information. HOW: Holiday travelers can access real-time traffic information on Sigalert.com at no cost, including congested areas and traffic advisories on their anticipated route. Travelers can also create a "My Sigalert" account (for a free two week trial), which enables them to access real-time traffic conditions on their cell phones, view images from live traffic cameras overlooking the freeways they'll drive, and get personalized traffic alerts sent to their mobile devices when on the road. WHO: Jonathan Berke, founder of Sigalert.com, is available for interviews to offer tips on how to make road trips easier, safer and less frustrating this holiday weekend. To schedule an interview, please contact Jamie Brown at 626/488-0732.
Sigalert.com, a leading provider of customizable, up-to-the minute traffic report information via the Web, email and wireless devices, was established in 1997 by two Southern California drivers who were extremely frustrated with commuter traffic. Nearly a decade later, Sigalert.com serves millions of consumers and dozens of media companies throughout California and Arizona.
Sigalert.com signature media products, Media Center and Traffic TV, are used by major radio and television networks throughout California to help produce real-time, on-air traffic reports. For more information, visit www.sigalert.com.