How big data drives intelligent transportation

Source: Rocky Mountain Institute

Greg Rucks & Alisha KuzmaConsultant & Transportation Intern
August 27, 2012

Originally published at GreenBiz.com.

America has been built and shaped by its ability to move people and goods freely and quickly, fueled by oil. But this “freedom” comes at a cost. Transportation is America’s number-two consumer cost after housing. American drivers pay $8,000 a year for an auto they drive only 4 percent of the time.

According to RMI research, using vehicles more productively can provide the same or better access to transportation services with 46–84 percent less driving. Fortunately, we can now access and share detailed transportation data on an unprecedented scale, allowing creative software app developers to expand and enhance our mobility options. It all amounts to an emerging new transportation paradigm.

For the entire story, please visit the Rocky Mountain Institute.

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