Traffic congestion is back on the rise nationwide, and according to our Memorial Day travel forecast, holiday traffic will be up an average of four percent over last year.
Today, we released the sixth annual INRIX Traffic Scorecard. Utilizing trillions of data points gathered from crowd-sourced traffic information, the INRIX Traffic Scorecard is the world’s most in-depth, data-driven look at traffic congestion. If you’re a data geek, you can head on over to the Traffic Scorecard right now and browse to your heart’s content. However, if […]
Good news for Android and iOS users – we’ve enabled one of your top requests! Now with INRIX Traffic, you can input the exact routes you like to drive, providing more options around gridlock and to your destination of choice. See arrival times and road alerts based on your specific, custom route. The INRIX Traffic […]
The latest INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI) shows drivers have been spending a lot more time sitting bumper-to-bumper. Traffic jumped by almost 10 percent during February, for the largest year-over-year increase ever recorded by our 100-metro area index.
Today, we’re introducing a new application of our data designed to take the uncertainty out of one of the most important factors in buying a new home – how long it will take to drive to and from work.
Feel like you’ve been spending more time in traffic lately? You might be right, but at least there’s a silver lining.
The latest edition of the INRIX Gridlock Index is out and shows more signs of life in the U.S. economy.
Jim Bak, INRIX’s director of community relations, offers his thoughts on the top 5 connected-car innovations at CES 2013.
This week we’re at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Like many companies here, we have some exciting announcements we can’t wait to share with you: the industry’s first global parking navigation service, our INRIX Traffic App gets social, INRIX-powered Kenwood in-dash receivers and the expansion of our premium traffic services to China.
Traffic congestion is up in 10 of the largest U.S. metropolitan areas, making the average driving trip 17.7% longer than necessary. This is according to the November 2012 aggregate score for the INRIX Gridlock Index (IGI), a monthly measurement of road traffic congestion.