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When the map is displayed, the list below changes to show travel information specific to the particular area on the map that you're viewing.
This means that travel information outside of the current area on the map won't be shown. If you want to see all travel information relating to the whole region, zoom out on the map.
What do these numbers mean?
The first number indicates the number of travel incidents currently showing in the area being viewed. The second number indicates the total number of travel incidents in the whole region.