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Here are a number of examples of agencies incorporating Waze data into their real time traffic sites:

 

Sandy Spring Georgia

Sandy springs is notifying people in their traffic management center when a crash happens in the visible range of a traffic accident. They are also archiving the video for later use. This is a map that shows their camera locations and their Waze data.

http://gis.sandyspringsga.gov/portal/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=c6b9e763fdfb44e9aabf678f711ba161

 

Johns Creek Georgia

Johns Creek is sending emails via GeoEvent when a disabled motorist is reported. Upon receiving the email, the team will send a vehicle out to help the motorist. It’s like a city sponsored AAA if you will.

https://gis.johnscreekga.gov/webapps/wazeData.html 

Power point of their process: https://esri.box.com/s/kndqzg2dfclj8j732mtw9pjx16dv9zco

 

The state of Georgia

This includes a layer for flight delays and the Esri Traffic Service

https://gema-soc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/018a281e10414def8b00d46702ef45e9 

 

Douglas County, Colorado

https://dougco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ff6666bba97944fea3600c964c41a6f7

They also have a nice open data site:

https://gis-dougco.opendata.arcgis.com/

 

The latest version of our INDOT demo dashboard is available here: http://esridot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/330148753d8a42738a9c19e00c9691bd

 

Thanks to Tom Brenneman for pulling these together.