When you think of data that saves lives, traffic data probably isn’t what comes to mind. You may think of health statistics or medical research. But traffic data can actually be transformative for your city. It can help you prevent traffic injuries and fatalities and protect your streets and everyone who uses them. Here’s how.
The Power of Traffic Data
Traffic fatalities are on the rise across the United States. Nearly 32,000 Americans lost their lives in car crashes between January and September of 2021. Many of these deaths were caused by speeding and reckless driving. And almost all could have been prevented with safer driving. Traffic data can give you the insights you need to create safer streets.
What if cities had insights into exactly when and where speeding was happening? What if dangerous areas could be detected and speeds better enforced there? And what if tools on your streets such as radar signs could make significant change into how people drive?
Logix on Cloud offers cloud based data access with use of any SafePace speed signs. It gives users access to detailed traffic statistics and data and can hold years worth of data. Our SpeedTracker exclusively collects data for you to view and analyze. Can that data help you save lives?
Prevention and Cure
Traffic data gives you insight to help prevent crashes before they happen. You can see detailed statistics on when and where speeding is happening so you can better enforce speed laws. And all of our solutions are portable so you can use them where and when they’re needed most and then switch their locations as necessary.
Speeding on our streets has deadly results far too often. Traffic data and insights can help you prevent speeding from happening. And once you’re equipped with data on where change is needed, we’re here to help you create that change with solutions that change the way people drive on your streets.
Logix on Cloud is simple to use with a user-friendly interface and a wide variety of reports to help you make better informed decisions for safer streets.