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Proceedings of the 1st ACM/EIGSCC Symposium on Smart Cities and Communities - SCC '18
From the time and money lost sitting in congestion and waiting for traffic signals to change, to the many people injured and killed in traffic crashes each year, to the emissions and energy consumption from our vehicles, the effects of transportation on our daily lives are immense. A wealth of transportation data is available to help address these problems; from data from sensors installed to monitor and operate the roadways and traffic signals to data from cell phone apps and -just over thedoi:10.1145/3236461.3241971 fatcat:krxzqnwz2nhuxg4oz7kikenihi