Launched in 2008, TomTom’s historical traffic database has trillions of data points with 11 billion new records being added each day. This extensive database makes it possible to obtain detailed information such as travel times, average speeds and probe counts on each segment of a defined road or area at any given time of the day and any day of the year, enabling advanced traffic modeling and analysis.
TomTom's historical traffic data can be accessed in two ways: The easy-to-use Traffic Stats Portal is a self-service web application that enables traffic professionals to easily create, edit, save queries and retrieve results. The Traffic Stats API allows developers to directly integrate this data into their own platform and software, and automate large volume queries.
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Use TomTom’s historical traffic data to calibrate traffic models, measure the performance of road networks and analyze bottlenecks. Leverage actual speeds and travel time data for use in transportation models.
Since 2007, TomTom's historical data has enabled mobility specialists to measure the impact of infrastructure improvements by conducting pre and post analysis on a particular route over a given period of time.
Which neighborhoods have the biggest needs for mobility? What are the factors leading to congestion? What is the most optimal location for a new bus stop? TomTom's historical traffic data powers business intelligence platforms to deliver the best insights into mobility.