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Breaking the Data Mold: How Orange County Transportation Authority Use Smart Mobility Data to Optimize Corridor Performance Measurement

August 30, 2022
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Evaluating the effectiveness of road corridors across regions on a regular basis is a big challenge for transportation authorities. Few run robust studies every few years, using the analysis to learn what has improved since the prior evaluation and determine areas to focus on in the future.

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), the sixth most populous county in the U.S., is a good example of how it should be done. The authority rolls out a comprehensive review of their corridors every two years, working with Wejo insights through data visualization and IoT database partner, Moonshadow Mobile, to optimize corridor performance measurement

"With Moonshadow’s data visualization and Wejo’s exclusive data, we experienced what we think is a watershed moment in this space – traditional methods of data collection simply don’t compare"

Alan Clelland, Intelligent Transportation Systems Leader, DKS Associates

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  • How DKS leveraged the increasingly connected nature of cars today to get a more reliable picture of corridor traffic
  • How connected vehicle data enabled DKS to analyze traffic patterns faster
  • How the OCTA corridor review became more efficient and accurate than ever before

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Evaluating the effectiveness of road corridors across regions on a regular basis is a big challenge for transportation authorities. Few run robust studies every few years, using the analysis to learn what has improved since the prior evaluation and determine areas to focus on in the future.

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), the sixth most populous county in the U.S., is a good example of how it should be done. The authority rolls out a comprehensive review of their corridors every two years, working with Wejo insights through data visualization and IoT database partner, Moonshadow Mobile, to optimize corridor performance measurement

"With Moonshadow’s data visualization and Wejo’s exclusive data, we experienced what we think is a watershed moment in this space – traditional methods of data collection simply don’t compare"

Alan Clelland, Intelligent Transportation Systems Leader, DKS Associates

Download the customer story and discover:

  • How DKS leveraged the increasingly connected nature of cars today to get a more reliable picture of corridor traffic
  • How connected vehicle data enabled DKS to analyze traffic patterns faster
  • How the OCTA corridor review became more efficient and accurate than ever before

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