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The Hidden Cost of Gridlock on Our Roads

With drivers in our world’s worst traffic cities wasting more than 60 hours in traffic last year, the frustrating impact of traffic congestion on our time has been known for some time.  However, new research we just completed shows there’s a hidden cost to traffic congestion that shows gridlock on the world’s roads is more […]

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INRIX Improves Game Day Traffic at Texas A&M

Great news for Aggie football fans! While our INRIX XD Traffic app is required equipment for any sports fan navigating through traffic to a big game, we’ve teamed up with our friends over at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) to integrate our real-time traffic information with Destination Aggieland, a game day app that helps […]

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Jan. INRIX Gridlock Index: Why More Traffic is Good News for the Economy

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.

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