The cost of congestion across the U.S. transportation system nears $200 billion each year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. What if those dollars could be spent on building a smarter, more efficient system? The results might resemble those in Stockholm, which reduced traffic by 25% and greenhouse gases by 40% working with IBM.
Laura Wynter from IBM Research, discusses how IBM is working to build smarter railways in some of the most complex transit systems in the world, partnering with Netherlands Railways, the Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation,and Guanzhou Metro in China to improve the commute of millions of travelers every day.
To learn more, tune in to the Congestion Remedies podcast.