INRIX continues to help some of the biggest transportation agencies around the world solve their problems with mobility intelligence.
Today INRIX announced that five new state departments of transportation (DOT) have signed on to leverage INRIX traffic services for a wide variety of transportation system management, operations and performance measurement applications. To date, 17 state DOTs in the U.S. now subscribe to INRIX real-time traffic services, covering nearly 600,000 miles and 40% of the nation’s limited access highways.
In the last three months, five states have either initiated or expanded statewide subscriptions for INRIX real-time traffic services. Tennessee DOT, Oregon DOT, and Louisiana DOTD have joined a growing number of states relying upon INRIX for real-time transportation insights on statewide road networks. Additionally, Texas DOT and Rhode Island DOT/DOA have expanded to include statewide INRIX services. These states are also benefiting from the INRIX and University of Maryland’s CATT Lab partnership to provide real-time and historical roadway analytics tools.
“More than a decade ago, INRIX was the first company in the United States to offer public agencies real-time speed, travel time and congestion data solely based on crowd-sourced data. State agencies increasingly understand the cost-effectiveness of using crowd-sourced data to monitor and manage their vast road network to improve safety and increase network reliability.”
VP, Public Sector Americas
In addition to core real-time services, INRIX offers several additional applications, many of which will be used by these new subscriptions. Tennessee DOT will be utilizing INRIX Dangerous Slowdowns to focus on secondary crash reductions; Rhode Island DOT/DOA and Texas DOT will be utilizing INRIX Trip Analytics powered by CATT Lab; and Louisiana DOTD will integrate INRIX Corridor Travel Times to seamlessly power dynamic travel times signs