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How RTTI Can Help Governments Strengthen the Backbone of Their Smart Mobility Ecosystems

May 12, 2022
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Governments today are tasked with addressing a growing list of priorities to make their communities safer and more sustainable through investments in smart mobility. At the core of achieving success is obtaining a granular and reliable understanding of how the public is moving throughout the ecosystem of roads at any given time. That’s exactly what Wejo’s new solution, Real-Time Traffic Intelligence, or RTTI, helps with. It makes it possible for government organizations to securely and cost-effectively access accurate, aggregate traffic conditions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

With RTTI, federal, state, and local governments get a comprehensive view of current conditions on the roads – from vehicle speeds to travel time across road segments. It can also alert users to abnormal conditions by comparing real-time activity with historic patterns. This insight can help governments put in place a more proactive safety model and make the mobility ecosystem work better for everyone by:    

  1. Easing congestions: RTTI can alert governments when and where there are areas of high congestion and help make decisions on easing measures as backups are happening to reduce driver frustration and unnecessary emissions. By quickly understanding where vehicle speeds are slowing and hard braking occurrences are increasing, government agencies can more rapidly put in place effective detours or re-arrange smart traffic signal timing to cut the congestion before it grows worse.
  2. Addressing dangerous road conditions before accidents occur: By identifying abnormal situations out on the roadway as they happen, governments can be better equipped to proactively close roads or put digital signage up to warn drivers of upcoming slowdowns due to a road incident ahead.  
  3. Improving emergency response: Getting an accurate view of traffic conditions as they are happening is hugely valuable when determining how to best route emergency vehicles to a scene. Using RTTI to inform which roadways are the fastest for emergency teams can result in faster response times which can be the difference between life or death for a victim.  
  4. Meeting compliance needs: Especially considering new funding coming out of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, government organizations must maintain specific performance metrics around speeds and travel times to report progress of both safety and sustainability initiatives. RTTI makes getting reliable insights easy and helps government professionals ensure they can quickly view and report on the impact of things like congestion easing measures as soon as they begin implementing them.

Wejo RTTI is unique in its ability to deliver accurate, real-time traffic conditions because it pulls data generated directly from millions of connected vehicles that are actively driving on the road network across 95% of the US. This connected vehicle data is foundational not only to putting in place proactive and real-time safety and traffic calming measures but also to building the infrastructure of the future. By understanding how community members are using the roads, and how those behaviors change during different seasons or events, governments can better design multi-modal transport, plan electric charging locations and so much more.

Learn more about how we can help as you build the smart mobility ecosystem of tomorrow.  

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Governments today are tasked with addressing a growing list of priorities to make their communities safer and more sustainable through investments in smart mobility. At the core of achieving success is obtaining a granular and reliable understanding of how the public is moving throughout the ecosystem of roads at any given time. That’s exactly what Wejo’s new solution, Real-Time Traffic Intelligence, or RTTI, helps with. It makes it possible for government organizations to securely and cost-effectively access accurate, aggregate traffic conditions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

With RTTI, federal, state, and local governments get a comprehensive view of current conditions on the roads – from vehicle speeds to travel time across road segments. It can also alert users to abnormal conditions by comparing real-time activity with historic patterns. This insight can help governments put in place a more proactive safety model and make the mobility ecosystem work better for everyone by:    

  1. Easing congestions: RTTI can alert governments when and where there are areas of high congestion and help make decisions on easing measures as backups are happening to reduce driver frustration and unnecessary emissions. By quickly understanding where vehicle speeds are slowing and hard braking occurrences are increasing, government agencies can more rapidly put in place effective detours or re-arrange smart traffic signal timing to cut the congestion before it grows worse.
  2. Addressing dangerous road conditions before accidents occur: By identifying abnormal situations out on the roadway as they happen, governments can be better equipped to proactively close roads or put digital signage up to warn drivers of upcoming slowdowns due to a road incident ahead.  
  3. Improving emergency response: Getting an accurate view of traffic conditions as they are happening is hugely valuable when determining how to best route emergency vehicles to a scene. Using RTTI to inform which roadways are the fastest for emergency teams can result in faster response times which can be the difference between life or death for a victim.  
  4. Meeting compliance needs: Especially considering new funding coming out of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, government organizations must maintain specific performance metrics around speeds and travel times to report progress of both safety and sustainability initiatives. RTTI makes getting reliable insights easy and helps government professionals ensure they can quickly view and report on the impact of things like congestion easing measures as soon as they begin implementing them.

Wejo RTTI is unique in its ability to deliver accurate, real-time traffic conditions because it pulls data generated directly from millions of connected vehicles that are actively driving on the road network across 95% of the US. This connected vehicle data is foundational not only to putting in place proactive and real-time safety and traffic calming measures but also to building the infrastructure of the future. By understanding how community members are using the roads, and how those behaviors change during different seasons or events, governments can better design multi-modal transport, plan electric charging locations and so much more.

Learn more about how we can help as you build the smart mobility ecosystem of tomorrow.  

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