Chuck began his career when he was 18 years old and has been a traffic, news and weather authority ever since, whether he was flying in a helicopter or navigating satellite and GPS imagery for the entire network. Whitaker and his team are unmatched at assessing and disseminating information in real-time, crystallizing alternate routes, working closely with authorities during disasters or national emergencies and speaking authoritatively to its communities leveraging The America’s Traffic Network local presence with national command presence.
From 5:30 a.m. ‘til 10:00 a.m. and again from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Whitaker and his team are on the case, gauging traffic tie-ups, road construction, fender benders and major incidents, providing alternative routes and warning of ever-changing weather situations in real-time.
“I became enamored with this business growing up in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area and once I got my shot, I’ve never looked back,” Whitaker said. “We enjoy and appreciate the privilege to play our part in the pop of daily life for so many people. And, included with the privilege to help people get around smooth and safe, we also get to inform them about great people and organizations that may be able to help them and the communities where they live, breathe and form a great village to raise families and enjoy life.
“America’s Traffic Network is a team that does our part to connect us all, one drive, one rush hour, one sunny and rainy day at a time,” Whitaker said. Chuck makes his home in Spring Hill, FL – sharing life and love with his wife, Debbie and their college age son.