Roadway Analytics: Improving Roadway Performance in Cities and Across Strategic Road Networks
What if you could carry out on-demand traffic analysis to identify bottlenecks on your road network and visualize the results of roadway improvement projects?
Join the IRF’s upcoming webinar to learn how forward-looking organizations are being equipped with the insight, tools and visualizations to effectively plan, monitor, assess and communicate the performance of road networks.
- Extract actionable insights from big data, to help understand traffic trends over time and to benchmark roadway performance.
- Identify and prioritize road corridors which are most impacted by congestion and bottlenecks, to support investments in roadway improvement projects.
- Use data visualizations to easily enrich and communicate findings with teams, stakeholders and the public.
Senior Director, Smart City Solutions & UK Country Manager
Graham Bradley leads business development for INRIX’s traffic and analytics services with transport authorities and transport consultancies in the Public Sector in the UK. Graham joined INRIX from on-device portal provider Teleca SurfKitchen, where he led the start-up’s successful European sales efforts, in particular with operators that included Orange, Telefonica and Telesonera. As a mobile internet pioneer with more than 15 years of experience, Graham was part of the team that launched Genie Internet - the industry’s first mobile internet service for BT in 1999.
Professor Graham Cookson
Professor Graham Cookson is the Chief Economist (EMEA) of INRIX and a Visiting Professor of Economics at Surrey Business School, University of Surrey. He joined the company in 2016 and leads INRIX’s industry-leading economic research team in Europe, a recognized voice of impartial, data-driven analysis of transportation and connected car services. Graham and the INRIX Research team leverages INRIX’s 500 Terabytes of data from 275 million different sources covering over 5 million miles of road to produce valuable and actionable insights for policy makers, transport professionals and drivers. In addition, he leads on the development of INRIX’s industry-leading annual Traffic Scorecard, and the newly developed Parking Scorecard. Graham has presented to various government agencies and at numerous industry conferences, and has been widely quoted in national and local media.
Graham has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from the University of Oxford, a Postgraduate Certificate from King’s College London and a M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Econometrics from Imperial College London.
James works as a Solutions Engineer for INRIX, providing technical support to the clients across Europe, including the Danish National Road Directorate (DRD) and Planung Transport Verkehr (PTV). James has extensive experience in the development and application of strategic transportation models with a recent focus on emerging datasets in transportation including mobile phone data and GPS.