“Transportation Networks is a networks repository for transportation research.
Many of these networks are for studying the Traffic Assignment Problem, which is one of the most basic problems in transportation research. Theoretical background can be found in “The Traffic Assignment Problem – Models and Methods” by Michael Patriksson, VSP 1994, as well as in many other references.”
“With DiDi’s advantages in big data and technology, the GAIA Initiative provides academic community with real-life application use cases, anonymized data and computing resources, and seeks collaboration with the academic community. The Initiative aims to advance fundamental and prospective studies in transportation research. It promotes the application of scientific achievements by strengthening ties between industry, university and research. This effort will drive scientific development in intelligent transportation systems and contribute to societal development.”
“On this page you’ll find aggregated data containing information on our various indicators, trip counts, crash history, etc., and also raw trip data from a variety of sources.
- Aggregated Reports — On this page you will find monthly aggregated reports, local law reports, and other statistical findings.
- Raw Data — In partnership with the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DOITT), TLC has published millions of trip records from both yellow medallion taxis and green SHLs.”