Five state DOTs to adopt various transportation management applications

Aug. 20, 2020

Five state DOTs have recently signed on for a wide variety of transportation system management, operations, and performance measurement applications.

Data company INRIX said that in the last three months, five states have either initiated or expanded statewide subscriptions for the company's real-time traffic services. The company says that 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.

Tennessee DOT, Oregon DOT, and Louisiana DOTD have joined a growing number of states relying upon INRIX as their real-time eyes and ears on their statewide road network. Additionally, Texas DOT and Rhode Island DOT/DOA have expanded to statewide INRIX services. 

These states are also benefiting from a partnership between INRIX and University of Maryland’s CATT Lab to provide real-time and historical roadway analytics tools.

INRIX says these states will also be using the company's applications to focus on secondary crash reductions, trip analytics, and powering dynamic travel times signs.



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