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Session b3. jen duthie data

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What role will data play in connected and autonomous vehicles? What data sources are available to us? What are other entities doing with data? We will explore what other jurisdictions are doing and take time to focus on efforts in Texas to gather an analyze data for operational and planning efficiencies. Presented at the 2017 D-STOP Symposium.

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Session b3. jen duthie data

  1. 1. Data for the Future of Transportation Planning Jen Duthie, PhD, PE Presented at NCTCOG February 13, 2017
  2. 2. STEP 1: MAKE DATA ACCESSIBLE
  3. 3. • Getting stuff out there… • https://data.austintexas.gov/browse?tags=tran sportation • https://data.austintexas.gov/Government/Traff ic-Count-Study-Area/cqdh-farx/data
  4. 4. • Connected vehicle pilot data • Integrated corridor management data • https://www.its-rde.net/
  5. 5. STEP 2: BRING TOGETHER DATA ACROSS ENTITIES
  6. 6. NCTCOG Data
  7. 7. Pulling it all together. Example: Portland PORTAL https://portal.its.pdx.edu/
  8. 8. • Fortworthtexas.gov : “Established as a two-way data share, Waze provides partners with anonymous, Waze-generated incident and slow- down information directly from the source: drivers themselves. In exchange, Fort Worth provides construction, crash and road closure data to Waze to return succinct, thorough overviews of current road conditions.” • Texas partners: •Texas – CareFlite (Genesis Pulse) •Texas – Champion EMS (Genesis Pulse) •Texas – ETMC EMS (Genesis Pulse) •Texas - City of Fort Worth •Texas – LifeNet EMS (Genesis Pulse)
  9. 9. STEP 3: COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS
  10. 10. Example: Data.World • Data.World – https://data.world/rflprr/austin-cycling-survey – https://data.world/health/transportation-to-work
  11. 11. • <<picture of discovery environment>>
  12. 12. FINAL THOUGHTS • Open by default • Data federation • Build together with open tools • Embrace win-wins with private sector THANK YOU JDUTHIE@UTEXAS.EDU

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