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Bryan Mistele: 80-85% of all traffic congestion is very predictable.
Randy Atkins: Bryan Mistele, of Microsoft spin-off Inrix, says their computers can crunch historical traffic data with information about weather forecasts, school schedules, major events, construction…
Bryan Mistele: In Washington, D.C., we take into account the legislative calendar.
Randy Atkins: …to provide traffic forecasts. And when you’re actually driving…
Bryan Mistele: We blend it with GPS data that comes from taxicabs, super shuttles, delivery vehicles, trucks.”
Randy Atkins: …to give you immediate updates, including…
Bryan Mistele: …not only where is the nearest gas station, but who has the lowest price.”
Randy Atkins: A real bonus! With the National Academy of Engineering, Randy Atkins, WTOP Radio.