AirSage Insights for Members of The Eastern Transportation Coalition (TETC) 

AirSage’s data panel is skillfully created from a select set of connected vehicles (CVs) and mobile devices nationwide. Constantly evaluating and vetting datasets from ~70 data vendors we routinely score their data quality to determine the best data available.
Our technical team further refines this mix of CV and mobile device data to generate the most meaningful insights.
Sighted trips from mobile devices are expanded to accurately represent trips made by the entire population. We use census data for this process and compare sample sizes in each census tract to its population. With 73,000 census tracts nationwide, it is a very granular process.
The result from our multi-step vetting process and patented technologies is continued reliability and levels of accuracy. Our clients repeatedly confirm our output to be the industry’s most accurate.

How AirSage helps transportation clients

Calibrate and validate travel demand models.
Determine the origins and destinations of trips in their state or region.
Understand the beginning and end points of trips on a roadway link.
Present common origin and destination pairs.
Determine where transportation network improvements are needed.
Select where transit enhancements and other demand management strategies could reduce SOV trips.
Visualize trips on regional roadways to see the proportion that are passing through the region vs. staying within the region.
Output is delivered in CSV file format via download link or via S3, SFTP, or similar.
Geography covered is entire Coalition area or specific states or regions.

Learn How to Make the Most of Location Intelligence Through Our Quality Information and Insights

AirSage Magazine with Guy Rousseau

Data-Driven Transit

On April 1, 2022, AirSage kicked off its new weekly talk show, Brewing Data with the aim to increase innovation awareness in the transportation, retail, and travel industry – #RebuildingAmericaTogether. AirSage is proud to host Guy Rousseau as its guest on the inaugural episode of Brewing Data, discussing the potential of Data-Driven Transit in the U.S. Guy is Surveys & Transportation Modelling Manager at Atlanta Regional Commission, TEx-MPO modeler in Dayton, OH, Tulsa, OK, and Jefferson Parish, LA. The event is streamed live via YouTube and LinkedIn and can be viewed on-demand.

Robert Kohler, CRO of AirSage, moderated the event. Robert has been in the transportation and mobility industry already for two decades. He was primarily focused on tech and big data applications, traffic operations, impact analyses, and site selection. His field of expertise is concentrated on the latest technology and location intelligence innovations to advise clients on solutions for the projects they are working on.

"Micro-transit partially helps to solve the problem of the first/last-mile problem. Also, it can reduce the carbon footprint. Finally, and most importantly, it increases the efficiency of transit networks and connectivity. Thus, the micro-transit arrangement is the future." - states Guy Rousseau, Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
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Transportation Planning

Mobility is Freedom

In our first edition we feature an exclusive interview with Shailen P. Bhatt, President and CEO of ITS America. Shailen shares his opinion at the sustainability in the transportation systems, trends, challenges and the importance of private-public cooperation towards the shared goals. We talk about the “new road tax” and best mobility practices established around the world.

“A sustainable transportation system is the one that provides the most freedom of choice to access jobs and health care to the most people.”
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Transportation Planning

Rise of Intelligent Transportation

The US transportation industry is entering the age of cloud computing, big data, connected vehicles, and smart cities. The opportunities are many. James “J.J.” Eden, Executive Director of NCTA, shared with us his article that provides a fresh perspective and wake-up call to the industry. Now is the time to leverage smart data and work closely together in private and public partnerships to provide new, intelligent transportation for the next generations.

“There is a tremendous opportunity to become the leaders in finding sustainable solutions to funding ongoing infrastructure needs, both at the federal and state levels.”
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The U.S. Transportation Industry in 2022
Transportation Industry

The U.S. Transportation Industry in 2022

In the United States, the logistics and transportation industries are fiercely competitive. Multinational corporations can better facilitate the mobility of products throughout the world’s largest consumer market by investing in this sector. Experts predict that investment will expand in total agreement with various sectors of the economy.

The highly integrated supply chain network in the United States connects producers and consumers via multiple modes of transportation, including air and express delivery, freight train, marine transportation, and trucking.

However, today there are frequent problems within the U.S. infrastructure and transportation system. Especially with the supply chain management and in maintaining the U.S. Transportation infrastructure. In this paper, we will explore the various aspects of the transportation and logistic industry, further discuss the problems within the transportation sector and lastly explore the new trends and solutions to these problems in the industry.
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Transportation Industry

Data Sources Comparison for Transportation Studies

Unsure how to select data sources for your next transportation study? If so, you’re not alone.

This industry guide will lead you through the most important criteria to assess data and data sources for your next transportation project. Get an outlook on the current data requirements to understand how you can prepare for the future changes, increase transportation system efficiency and embrace population equity, through data-driven analysis.
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