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Uber Launches Tool To Analyze Traffic Patterns

Uber Launches Tool To Analyze Traffic Patterns*/

– Uber ID: 10282572Uber is launching a free tool that will allow anyone to view auto traffic patterns and analyze travel times based on customizable routes and time periods.The tool, called Uber Movement, extrapolates traffic trends based on Uber trips in a given area to provide travel times to and from specific destinations based on the date and time of day you enter.It can also show whether rides took more or less time than average.
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Uber Movement Is a Traffic Planning Tool for Cities and Data Geeks

Uber Movement Is a Traffic Planning Tool for Cities and Data Geeks*/

– Uber has a rocky history with city governments—to put it mildly.As the ridesharing giant has spread its services over the globe, it has jumped into fights over regulations that would curtail its activities.The latest battlefield is New York City, where Uber is refusing Mayor Bill de Blasio’s demand that it share with the city data on when and where it drops off every passenger.
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Uber Adds a Tool Showing Traffic Patterns in Cities

Uber Adds a Tool Showing Traffic Patterns in Cities*/

– The dashboard, called Uber Movement, is available in Manila, Sydney and Washington to start.Uber Technologies Inc. is hoping to win brownie points with some cities by opening up a small sample of its ridership data.The San Francisco ride-hailing company introduced a traffic dashboard called Uber Movement, saying the tool is designed to help city leaders, urban planners and civic communities.
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