Below you'll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about on CommuteDash.com.
NO. CommuteDash.com is NOT affiliated with CalTrans, CHP nor any other governmental website. NOTE: To ensure you are getting the most accurate data we recommend you check your state's official website for the latest information.
No. CommuteDash.com does NOT archive video nor static photo content. California camera data displayed on the site is provided by CalTrans. You will want to contact CalTrans directly to inquire about archival data.
No. CommuteDash.com does not provide any services related to locating specific Incidents.
CommuteDash.com does not provide support for questions about whether a given freeway is open/closed/blocked etc. While the data provided on CommuteDash.com comes from state DOT data feeds we do not guarantee the accuracy nor timeliness of the content. Please see our Terms of Service for more details. We advise checking the website at the time you're looking to travel for updated information. NOTE: To ensure you are getting the most accurate data we recommend you check your state's DOT website websites directly. CommuteDash.com is NOT affiliated with any state operated DOT office.
NO. CommuteDash.com does NOT offer travel advice. All available traffic and lane closure information is available on the website and we have no special insight into either, refer to the first FAQ above.
No. CommuteDash.com does not provide services related to determining the outcome of a given incident. For any additional details you will want to contact your local police department.
NO. CommuteDash.com is NOT affiliated with any state or local law enforcement nor governmental agencies. For matters relating to traffic incidents we recommend you contact your state/local police department directly.
NO. CommuteDash.com is NOT affiliated with any state nor local law enforcement, nor governmental agencies. We recommend you contact state/local police departement directly to request archived content.