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Los Angeles Traffic is the Worst in the United States

This week, we released the seventh annual INRIX Traffic Scorecard. Utilizing trillions of traffic data points gathered from crowd-sourced traffic information, the Scorecard is the world’s most in-depth, data-driven look at traffic congestion across metropolitan cities in the US. While it’s no surprise traffic in Los Angeles is the most congested, sadly it is actually getting […]

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Three Takeaways from INRIX’s 7th Annual Traffic Scorecard

Three Takeaways from INRIX’s 7th Annual Traffic Scorecard

Today, we released the seventh annual INRIX Traffic Scorecard. Utilizing trillions of data points gathered from crowdsourced 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. […]

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Get The Low Down On Traffic In Your City

So how’s your commute?  Next week we’ll publish our 6th Annual INRIX Traffic Scorecard Report where we’ll reveal the worst traffic cities, roads and amount of delay drivers experienced last year. Since the first publication in 2007, the INRIX National Traffic Scorecard Report has analyzed and compared the status of traffic congestion in countries and […]

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RE/MAX and INRIX Team to Help You Find the Perfect Home

Momentum behind INRIX Drive Time continues.  In the shadow of the 2014 Real Estate Connect Conference, RE/MAX and INRIX are pleased to announce a collaboration that will make RE/MAX the first national real estate franchisor to give prospective homebuyers the ability to identify and compare home listings based on preferred drive times rather, than distance […]

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INRIX Travel Tips: Arctic Blast Poised To Roll Across the U.S.

A double dose of Arctic-like weather is rolling across the United States. Forecasters say this Siberian Express could affect nearly 50 million people and bring power outages in Dallas, more than a foot of snow to Denver and plunging temperatures across the western U.S.  The plunge started in INRIX’s backyard of Seattle already with temperatures […]

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INRIX Traffic Tips: Avoid Traffic on Black Friday And Get Shopping Faster!

What you need to know about Black Friday Traffic More than 35 percent of all Americans hit the stores on Black Friday last year and more than half described it as “fun”. The shopping may be fun, but getting to the mall is not. The world’s leading traffic scientists analyzed three years of Black Friday […]

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INRIX Travel Tips: Thanksgiving Travel Forecast

INRIX Research Shows Your Trip Out of Town on Wednesday Will Take 30 Percent Longer Due to Traffic  In case you hadn’t seen this morning’s story from USA Today about Thanksgiving travel, we’re predicting you’ll be faced with more traffic getting out of town for the holiday thanks to an improving economy and the lowest […]

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INRIX Traffic 5.1

What’s New?  We are excited to announce the INRIX Traffic App now includes XD™ Traffic giving you the following: Greater detail than ever before. Now showing you traffic on major roads down to 800 feet, helping you make better traffic decisions in real time. Finding traffic on your hidden back road route just got easier.  Increased […]

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INRIX Drives Urban Mobility with Breakthrough Traffic Information Service

In the aftermath of technology heavyweights such as Google and Apple snapping-up companies in the digital mapping, navigation and location-based services space, the lens through which we see the mapping industry depicts a billion dollar battleground for companies looking to make their mark on map navigation. With real-time traffic information for four million miles (6.4 […]

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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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