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Big Data is Better Data and Better Data Solves Traffic Problems

Northbound I-5 at Boeing Field in Seattle, a huge 10-car pileup closed all lanes of the main interstate into Seattle, 30 people are treated at the scene, some leave in aid cars.

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Plan B for National Plug In Day

September 28 is National Plug In day, a nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today’s widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more. They are fun to drive, are less expensive and more convenient to fuel than gasoline vehicles, are better for the environment, promote local jobs, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.

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INRIX Traffic 5.0.1 Brings Back Your Most Requested Features

Three weeks ago, we released INRIX Traffic 5.0 to the Android and iOS communities.  In response to the passionate feedback we received from our fans, we quickly turned out another update – this time with improved performance and a better user experience. Our team of talented developers was hard at work the last two weeks, […]

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What to Do if You’re in an Accident on a High Speed Road

Tips from the Most Experienced Road Warriors You hope it never happens to you, but you see it all the time along local highways and interstates. A collision happens and drivers jump out of their cars to argue over insurance – or a car stops running in the middle of the road while other cars […]

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Introducing INRIX Traffic 5.0 – A New Approach to Commuting

On the cusp of this summer’s final holiday weekend and the start of the back-to-school season, we’ve released a brand new version of the INRIX Traffic app! Complete with a fresh new look and a suite of awesome features, INRIX Traffic 5.0 is your personalized traffic reporter this fall. For a closer look at the redesigned app, check out all the updates and improvements below.

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Explore the Future of Commuting with INRIX Traffic 5.0 and Google Glass

Try to picture the last time you reached for the trifold map in your glove box or car door panel and plotted your route. Having trouble?

Over the last few decades, breakthroughs in technology brought drivers better, simpler ways of navigating the roads. Portable navigation devices were introduced, then in-dash GPS systems and finally, smartphone apps.

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Traffic Indicates the U.S. Economy Continues to Expand Amidst Taper Talk

Economists, businesses and the American public have all been watching the U.S. Federal Reserve very closely in recent months for any indication of when it might begin to remove the unprecedented support it has provided the U.S. economy since the start of the financial crisis. Increased traffic levels in recent months indicate that while the time for such action might be near, the Fed will have to walk a very fine line as it considers tapping on the brakes.

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Finding The Right Home Just Got Easier

Congestion is on the rise in nearly every city in America. As a result, the trip between home and work is getting longer and longer and longer. So it should come as no surprise that potential home buyers rank commute time right up there with price, bedrooms and school district.

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Cruise Around Closures and Congestion this Seafair with INRIX Traffic

With activity on the water, in the air and on the pitch, it’s all about getting where you want to go this weekend. Thousands of native Seattleites and visitors will flock to the hydro races near Genesee Park, seek out the perfect viewing spot for the Boeing Air Show near I-90 and root for the […]

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Rise in Traffic a Mixed Blessing for the Nation’s Drivers

Feel like traffic has been slowing down lately? You’re not the only one. According to the latest INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI) [please link to release on INRIX.com] drivers across the U.S. spent more time stuck in traffic last June than they did in June 2012, with the national level of traffic congestion jumping by over 8 percent. Great news for economists and policymakers on the lookout for signs of an improving economy, but not so much fun for the rest of us.

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