I am part of a group working on a policy document for the mitigation of traffic issues (e.g. speeding). Stakeholders are having a hard time with a particular criteria which reads as follows: "85th percentile speed is in excess of the signed speed limit by 5 mph or more." [more inside]
I am searching for a live traffic flow counter which is on the net and reachable by http, or some webpage that displays hourly or cumulative vehicle statistics. [more inside]
How could I approach modeling the number of accidents on a certain stretch of road? I've got some semi-ecological approaches in mind but no idea if they're workable. Are there standard approaches to this sort of problem? [more inside]
Where can I find information about the rates of automobile traffic (per minutes/day/month) per address or intersection?
Can anyone point me to actual data on how often motorists receive traffic tickets? I'm looking for where the top of the bell curve is, so to speak - obviously, individuals vary widely, which is kind of the point of my question - how often does the "median" driver receive traffic tickets? [more inside]
If I wanted to extrapolate how many years it's going to take before traffic fatalities were reduced to a statistically insignificant occurrence, how would I do that? I would use the data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System.
What are the best ways to track referrer links & to track traffic to a Livejournal account or community? [more inside]