USC Viterbi & USC Annenberg “Crosstown Traffic” project reveals key findings about LA traffic
Which roadways in Los Angeles are the most accident-prone? What is the most hazardous travel time? These questions and more are answered in new data recently released by the “Crosstown Traffic” project, a joint collaboration of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Integrated Media Systems Center and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The project combines big data, computer science, statistics and journalism to offer the most comprehensive report on Los Angeles traffic to date.
For information on the project: see: http://crosstowntraffic.uscannenbergmedia.com
For the full article on USC News, see: http://news.usc.edu/118771/database-project-reveals-l-a-s-most-hazardous-time-to-drive-and-more
–By USC Stevens Center for Innovation staff, published March 29, 2017