Currently 54% of the world’s population lives in cities and this is expected to increase to 66% by 2050. With all these new dwellers, innovation is not just needed but expected, particularly in mobility. This simple but challenging task is […]
Rapid-Flow is solving traffic congestion by offering governments a real-time traffic signal control system powered by machine learning.
Waze paves the way we are dealing with information about traffic and transportation in cities around the world
Los Angeles has one of the world’s worst traffic congestion problems. In an effort to alleviate the “car-mageddon”, the City has started to digitize traffic patterns through partnerships with various information systems companies.
Waze has tapped into the power of a community of drivers, crowdsourcing data to build the world's best digital maps and traffic navigation system.
How does ride-sharing survive in the world’s worst traffic? On two wheels!
Waze is crowdsourcing, analyzing, and disseminating traffic information to improve driving experiences for its users.
Since the construction of the first Turnpike, the United States highway system has evolved due to the needs of the people and military, with many of these improvements supported by taxes rather than tolls. Due to the aging highway system and states lacking the funds to maintain the roads, the toll concept began to re-emerge. This concept is not foreign to the state of Massachusetts, but how should tolls be implemented without comprising roadway efficiency?