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12 03 2019 02

One of the leaders in connected car services and transportation analytics, Inrix, has announced its plan to work with the non-profit Open Transport Partnership’s SharedStreets project to create a first-of-its-kind global transportation data standard for improved urban mobility.

Currently, street-level data standards used by private companies and public agencies are incompatible. In addition, driving restrictions are communicated with terrestrial signage and lane-striping and are frequently absent from, or incorrect on, digital maps. The SharedStreets project aims to overcome the long-standing legal, regulatory and technological barriers between the public and private sectors by converting disparate transportation data sources into a mutually readable, shared, global standard for the first time. SharedStreets provides a new, non-proprietary system for describing streets that is designed to be compatible with any source of public or private street data.

As part of the partnership, Inrix will align the data validated and managed by cities and road authorities using the company’s new AV Road Rules platform with the SharedStreets format to realize the goal of making that information open and interoperable.

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