Transportation: leading contributor to greenhouse emissions.

Combating climate change has highlighted the transportation sector's significant emissions contribution (29% in 2021). The Federal Highway Administration's new greenhouse gas performance measure introduces a national framework for tracking emissions. Traditional measurement methods are time-consuming, expensive, and inaccurate, causing environmental tracking to take a backseat to mobility and safety. Harnessing the wealth of data flowing across our road networks unlocks the tools transportation agencies need to measure emissions and fuel consumption accurately, comprehensively, and affordably.


Annual Traffic Crash Fatalities


Metric tons of carbon dioxide released from each vehicle


US carbon emissions come from road transportation.


goal of net-zero GHG emissions economy-wide

Minimize vehicle time on roads and measure environmental impact.

Measure environmental impact without huge cost

Comprehensive data combined with the EPA MOVES model generates vehicle emissions and fuel consumption metrics for any roadway, intersection, or movement.

Understand vehicle journeys

Environmental impact metrics from any point on a roadway explains why some corridors and intersections are more polluted than others.

Actionable plans for engineers

Mobility analytics help engineers diagnose and solve mobility, and therefore environmental issues, and guide corrective measures.

Measure outcomes

Precisely quantify the projects' environmental impact with comprehensive, accurate reports that show what improved, what didn't, by how much, and why.