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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Demo: How to use TomTom’s Traffic Stats Portal to Access Historic Traffic Data

Sponsored by: TomTom
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Do you need access to historic traffic data? Join the conversation!

Attendees of this webinar will learn how using TomTom Historic Traffic data can help organizations with highway planning, traffic congestion modeling, site analysis and more. In this webinar you will learn about how the Traffic Stats Portal can be used for: 
  • Network performance monitoring
  • Road network bottleneck and noise emission hotspot reporting
  • Before-and-after studies of changes in the road infrastructure
  • Performance analysis of intersections
  • Site location studies and advertisement valuation
The live demonstration will highlight how easy it is to access TomTom’s historic traffic data through TomTom’s Traffic Stats Portal, and what you can do with the data. Portal access is via subscription, but webinar registrants will have the option of signing up for a free-of-charge evaluation account for the Traffic Stats Portal. 
 
Who should attend
State and local highway planners, managers and directors of transportation, traffic engineers, site analysts and retail planners


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