In the first ever study to estimate the economic impact of parking pain, INRIX leveraged the INRIX Parking database of more than 35 million spaces in 8,700 cities across 100 countries and combined this with a large-scale study of 17,986 drivers’ parking behavior and experiences across 30 cities in the U.S., U.K. and Germany.
Insights from the INRIX Impact of Parking Pain study include:
Dr Graham Cookson discusses the findings in the report further, which you can read in his blog.
INRIX Research uses proprietary big data and expertise to make the movement of people and goods more efficient, safe and convenient.
We achieve this by leveraging 500 Terabytes of INRIX data from 300 million different sources covering over 5 million miles of road, and combining it with our other data sources including global parking, fuel, point of interest, public transport, and road weather information. Together, our data provides a rich and fertile picture of urban mobility that enables us to produce valuable and actionable insights for policy makers, transport professionals, automakers and drivers.
The INRIX Research team has researchers in Europe and North America and is comprised of economists, transportation policy specialists and data scientists, with a mix of research backgrounds from academia, think tanks and commercial research and development groups.
INRIX Global Traffic Scorecard – see the analysis and ranking of congestion on five continents, in 38 countries and across 1,064 cities.