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Transportation Data and Analytics / DataLytics

DataLytics

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The Transportation Data & Analytics (TDA) Office has identified a need to educate and inform our customers (internal and external to FDOT) of the services and products we provide to the public. Our mission is to provide leadership for informed transportation decisions through data collection, analysis, integration and dissemination. In order to further our mission and educate our customers, we are utilizing our data and performing analytics to provide examples of how the data can be used, in a series known as DataLytics. What follows below is the end result of those efforts.


    This edition covers the time lapse, in 3-hour increments, of traffic impacts caused by Hurricane Irma from Monday, September 5th through Friday, September 15th. Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys the morning of Sunday, September 10th. Traffic volumes, represented as percent change between 2017 days and average historical days for September (2015 & 2016), before, during, and after the storm are illustrated in the video above. FDOT's permanent continuous count stations that collect data on volume, speed and vehicle classification, as well as evacuation status changes from the Florida Division of Emergency Management, helped us tell this story.

    Transportation Monitoring Program Data Governance Security
    Steven Bentz, P.E. Joey Gordon Submit a request for source data by clicking here.
     
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    4th Edition Florida Tourism vs. the World

    This edition was inspired from an article published by the LA Times on the World’s Busiest Cruise Ports. The underlying data was provided by Cruise Industry News and represents total passengers for the ports exceeding 1 million passengers in 2016. As you will see, Florida has the top 3 busiest cruise ports in the world.

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    Bob Emerson, for additional seaport data. Cruise Industry News 2016 Data
     
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    3rd Edition DataLytics I-95 Express Lane Performance

    FDOT District 6 produces an annual report detailing the performance of the I-95 Express Lanes compared to I-95 General Use Lanes (or Local Lanes, as per the reports). This DataLytics illustrates the annual speed and volume data for the average peak periods for both the Northbound and Southbound lanes.

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    Gregg Letts Javier Rodriguez 2015-2016 95 Express Annual Report
     
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    2nd Edition DataLytics Public Roadway Mileage Comparisons

    This edition utilizes the Certified Public Roadway Mileage (CPRM) report, as signed by Assistant Secretary Tom Byron on May 1, 2017. The CPRM report reflects road ownership mileage as reported by the owning local agency. The line work utilizes the US Census TIGER products and represents public road networks based on administrative boundary lines.

    Transportation Data Inventory Data Governance Report Name
    Joel Worrell Eric Brickner Reports of Roadway Highway Mileage and Daily Vehicle Miles Traveled.
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    Certified public roadway mileage is reported by FDOT to USDOT, as required by Section 402(c) of Title 23, United States Code. The data for each local government is supplied by that government to FDOT each year, as required by Florida Statutes Chapter 218.322. Please click here for more information on available roadway mileage data.
     
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    1st Edition DataLytics Gameday1st Edition DataLytics Telemetered Traffic Monitoring Sites

    This month we took a look at traffic patterns before, during and after the November 14, 2015 College Football Game between the Florida State Seminoles and North Carolina State Wolfpack that took place at Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium. It’s understood that peak-hours are right before and right after a football game. This exercise is to graphically represent a quantified analysis of the traffic data.

    Transportation Monitoring Program Data Governance Security
    Steven Bentz, P.E. Joey Gordon Submit a request for source data by clicking here.
     
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    System currently consists of (330) permanent continuous count stations that collect volume, speed, vehicle classification data and (33) stations that collect weigh-in-motion data 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. These sites are located throughout the State to monitor overall traffic trends. Information from these counters is used to determine traffic growth and tendencies as well as to develop pavement design input, seasonal adjustment factors used in determining estimates of annual average daily traffic (AADT), axle correction factors for road tube counts and directional design hour volumes (DDHV).
     
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