Staying safe while on the roads involves a lot of things: staying alert, limiting distractions, defensive driving, and an emergency kit. Knowing the road conditions before you head out can serve as another layer of protection.
Current Cache Valley Canyon Road Conditions
- Current Sardine Canyon Road Conditions (US-89/91)
- Current SR-30 Road Conditions (Valley View Highway, 200 North)
Drive with Waze
Many people think “I know where I’m going, I don’t need to use GPS software to tell me how to get there”, so they don’t use GPS apps while they routinely drive. Waze is different. When drivers use Waze, they can alert other drivers to dangerous conditions (accidents, roadkill, road closures, icy conditions, and more). Even if they’re not actively reporting hazards, just driving with the app open anonymously reports slow-downs in traffic to other users, letting them know of potentially dangerous conditions ahead. With all this information, Waze can even dynamically re-route you around a problem.
According to their website, “Waze is the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app. Join other drivers in your area who share real-time traffic and road info, saving everyone time and gas money on their daily commute.” The more people who use it, the more beneficial it becomes to all of us.
Current Cache Valley Road Conditions
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