Pan Am app designed to help you navigate traffic during Games

Community Jun 09, 2015 Beach Mirror

With more than 30 competition venues across Ontario and temporary HOV lanes popping up on all of the major highways, the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games will be tricky for spectators and commuters to navigate.

Ontario’s new 2015 Games Trip Planner app is now available to help people get around.

The planner, that can be downloaded for free on Apple, Blackberry and Android devices, will provide real-time traffic details and restrictions, travel conditions and estimated travel times, HOV lane locations, road closures and parking and shuttle locations. There is also a booking feature for accessible parking spots.

“Providing commuters and Games spectators with the tools they need to plan ahead is one part of our plan to help keep people moving during the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games,” said Steven Del Duca, minister of transportation. “It will be a busy time and I encourage people to consider carpooling, taking transit, working flex-time or telecommuting to help make the Games a success.”

An online version of the app is also available at www.2015gamestripplanner.ca

For more information on the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games visit www.toronto2015.org

Pan Am app designed to help you navigate traffic during Games

Community Jun 09, 2015 Beach Mirror

With more than 30 competition venues across Ontario and temporary HOV lanes popping up on all of the major highways, the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games will be tricky for spectators and commuters to navigate.

Ontario’s new 2015 Games Trip Planner app is now available to help people get around.

The planner, that can be downloaded for free on Apple, Blackberry and Android devices, will provide real-time traffic details and restrictions, travel conditions and estimated travel times, HOV lane locations, road closures and parking and shuttle locations. There is also a booking feature for accessible parking spots.

“Providing commuters and Games spectators with the tools they need to plan ahead is one part of our plan to help keep people moving during the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games,” said Steven Del Duca, minister of transportation. “It will be a busy time and I encourage people to consider carpooling, taking transit, working flex-time or telecommuting to help make the Games a success.”

An online version of the app is also available at www.2015gamestripplanner.ca

For more information on the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games visit www.toronto2015.org

Pan Am app designed to help you navigate traffic during Games

Community Jun 09, 2015 Beach Mirror

With more than 30 competition venues across Ontario and temporary HOV lanes popping up on all of the major highways, the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games will be tricky for spectators and commuters to navigate.

Ontario’s new 2015 Games Trip Planner app is now available to help people get around.

The planner, that can be downloaded for free on Apple, Blackberry and Android devices, will provide real-time traffic details and restrictions, travel conditions and estimated travel times, HOV lane locations, road closures and parking and shuttle locations. There is also a booking feature for accessible parking spots.

“Providing commuters and Games spectators with the tools they need to plan ahead is one part of our plan to help keep people moving during the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games,” said Steven Del Duca, minister of transportation. “It will be a busy time and I encourage people to consider carpooling, taking transit, working flex-time or telecommuting to help make the Games a success.”

An online version of the app is also available at www.2015gamestripplanner.ca

For more information on the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games visit www.toronto2015.org