This project provides an in-depth assessment of market-available connected vehicle data in border crossing time estimation. Given the project’s findings, these data can be a potential and promising data source for monitoring border crossing times, especially as sample penetration rates improve.
Associate Research Engineer Alfredo Sanchez with TTI’s Center for International Intelligent Transportation Research talks about the value of collecting private and commercial data at the border to better estimate border wait times. Knowing how long it takes people and goods to cross the border can impact tourism and how much consumers pay in stores. | View the Video
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