Transportation Solutions

Does your organization seek to better understand transportation conditions?

Do you need to know travel patterns of residents, workers, and visitors in your region? Or, do you need to determine where new transit stations should be located? There are so many questions that your team needs to answer. But then you think... "Where can I get data to help me make better informed decisions for my projects?” After all, you can’t plan very well for something you don’t really know or understand. Welcome to the world of AirSage location data -  we’re here for you.

AirSage has been providing transportation insights to planners, engineers, and other professionals for more than 20 years. We live and breathe transportation. Our solutions team is composed of transportation and urban planners. We get it, and we’ve been in your shoes before…and we’re here to help. Some of your projects might be routine, whereas others are complex and require the skilled advising that our team can offer.

AirSage has helped provide transportation clients with location data for projects including:

Origin-Destination (O-D) Studies
Travel Demand Models (input, calibration, and validation)
Transit Studies
Corridor Studies
Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) Planning
Emergency Management

AirSage’s product line provides the most comprehensive and accurate insights on how populations move around cities, regions, states, and nationwide. Our main output leveraged for transportation projects is trip matrix output.

Transportation Solutions

Output is based on a custom zonal structure, often aligned with the region’s TAZ structure. Users have maximum control over customization to evaluate specific days and groups of days, trip purposes, cross visitation, residency classes, and home locations of trip makers. 
Output is based on a census block group zonal structure at the countywide level. Trips represent typical conditions and include average conditions for weekdays (Monday-Thursday), Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for a specific month (January 2019 onward). Trips are categorized by origin zone, destination zone, and home location zone; day aggregation (weekday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday); trip purpose (9 classifications among home, work, and other); and time of day (at hourly intervals). 
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Although the majority of AirSage’s transportation clients find trip matrix output to be helpful, we also have a host of other solutions that will help your team answer the population movement questions you have. Schedule a meeting with us to discuss how AirSage location data can help you on your next project.
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