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Inrix

Founded in 2005, INRIX pioneered the practice of managing traffic by analyzing data not just from road sensors, but also from vehicles. This breakthrough approach enabled INRIX to become one of the leading providers of data and insight into how people move around the world.

INRIX delivers innovative products for the automotive and transportation industries such as real-time parking and traffic information and solutions that facilitate the safe testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles. We also provide new insights to a variety of other industries that can make better business decisions by understanding how people move throughout the day.

April 21, 2021 / Economy

Morning traffic still down in major metro areas

From Inrix
Continuing a trend we saw throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, morning commute traffic is still far below pre-COVID levels in terms of trips and vehicle-miles traveled. Nationally, VMT exceeded pre-COVID levels beginning in late February and continuing through April. In the last few weeks, trips taken by drivers in the United States have increased on a slight upward trajectory. Yet some areas are seeing fewer VMT and trips than their counterparts. For example, trip growth in Washington DC, New York and Seattle continue to lag Phoenix, Dallas and Miami. Even within metro areas, the number of trips taken varies considerably by time of day.
April 14, 2021 / Economy

Growth in VMT does not follow vaccinations, so far.

From Inrix
INRIX continues to monitor vehicle miles traveled (VMT), the amount people drive, as the country re-emerges from COVID-19. VMT across the United States has continued to surge since the beginning of March. Yet growth in VMT has not been evenly disbursed. Kentucky saw the largest growth in VMT vs four weeks ago with a 31% unadjusted growth in travel. Vermont has seen the lowest growth at 4%. Overall, travel in the Southern United States has seen large increases in VMT over the past 4 weeks as indicated in the map below.
March 31, 2021 / Travel, Economy

Miami Beach District Busier than Last Year – Curfew Working

From Inrix
One year ago, the City of Miami Beach imposed a curfew to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Fast forward to today, and City officials again imposed lockdowns at night – with Miami Beach City Manager Raul Aguila declaring a State of Emergency over building crowds in Miami Beach during Spring Break 2021. Visits increased to the Entertainment District over last year, yet largely moved in-tandem with last year’s trend. Yet by mid-March, visits to the Entertainment continued to surge far above last year’s count, with momentum, until a significant drop on March 21, a day after the Curfew order.
December 14, 2020

Pandemic’s Impact on America’s Riskiest Roads

From Inrix
Today, INRIX released a new study that analyzed the impact of COVID-19 on vehicle collisions across the nation’s busiest and riskiest roadways. Using INRIX IQ, the Riskiest Roads report evaluated and compared road conditions on National Interstates, freeways and expressways and arterial streets in the Top 25 US metros during COVID-19 to determine the impact of vehicle miles traveled (VMT) reductions on travel speeds and collisions.
December 8, 2020 / Economy

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Automotive Parts, Repairs and Insurance Industries: What To Expect in 2021 and Beyond

From Inrix
COVID’s immediate impact on driving habits was unmistakable. Motorists abandoned the roads, and passenger vehicles sat idle in garages and driveways. Long-held assumptions about driving habits no longer applied.
December 4, 2020 / Travel

Road Travel Hits Record Highs Before Thanksgiving

From Inrix
Travelers hit the road in record numbers the day before Thanksgiving, reaching a vehicle-miles traveled (VMT) of 9% above “normal” (pre-COVID) levels. To this point, VMT had only reached pre-COVID levels twice since the pandemic forced restrictions – both surrounding major holidays (4th of July and Labor Day). The third time, which happened on Wednesday, Nov. 25, topped the list.
October 26, 2020 / Economy

Positive Results from NYC’s Open Restaurant Streets

From Inrix
INRIX released its report on activity around COVID-related street closures last week. As part of that study, which used anonymous GPS mobile app data to better understand utilization and user demographics of restricted streets, INRIX looked at specific types of streets programs in New York. The City’s Open Streets implementation is one of the largest and most interesting cases we studied due to the size of the Open Street: Restaurant program.
August 6, 2020 / Economy

Traffic speeds continue falling across the country, but still up vs pre-COVID

From Inrix
As INRIX reported earlier, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) is returning to pre-COVID level in states across the country. At a slower pace, cities have begun to reach their pre-COVID, February levels of traffic – yet many are still behind their normal, seasonally-adjusted VMT. In addition, the time of day people are traveling has shifted considerably under COVID-19, especially in the AM commute.
July 13, 2020 / Culture

The Impact of COVID-19 to UK’s Roads

From Inrix
As expected, the lockdown caused a dramatic drop in vehicle miles traveled across the United Kingdom. It stagnated for about a month, then began to rise throughout May and June with the reopening of recreational sites and retail locations. Notably, weekend travel remains strong across the UK. Many cities across Europe have yet to recover to pre-COVID levels of travel, despite 10 out of the 19 countries analysed in the study reaching theirs.
June 17, 2020

US Passenger Vehicle Traffic Recovery Update

From Inrix
This is the 13th edition of a weekly review of changes in road traffic demand in the United States from the COVID-19 virus spread and our collective response. We will endeavor to publish this Synopsis every Monday for the foreseeable future, providing results through Friday of the previous week.
June 15, 2020

Visits to medical facilities, parks and restaurants increase across the country

From Inrix
As governments at all levels across the country ease restrictions relating to COVID-19, INRIX continues to monitor activities across the United States. We have focused specifically on a few main areas: vehicle miles traveled, trips, traffic speeds and re-emergence, the increase in access for residents by all modes of travel.
June 8, 2020

The recovery of US road traffic

From Inrix
This is the 11th edition of a weekly review of changes in road traffic demand in the United States from the COVID-19 virus spread and our collective response. We will endeavor to publish this Synopsis every Monday for the foreseeable future, providing results through Friday of the previous week.