City planners often face immense pressure to deliver future-focused projects under tight budgets. But to improve outdated infrastructure and make our communities more liveable, decision makers need more than money…
They need a better way of deciphering data – one that bypasses the information overload and solves the data paradox. Only then will they truly understand how their cities move, and be able to plan for impactful and sustainable improvements.
With real-time connected vehicle data, there’s no wading through masses of old or inaccurate information. Instead, city planners can go straight to the source of mobility. And thanks to the extra funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, they can make more cost-effective and efficient decisions.
The result? Worthwhile projects that drive us toward better mobility, safer roads, and cleaner air.