Data-Driven Transport Policy
Data is essential to the planning, delivery and management of mobility services and transport infrastructure. These data are being generated in new ways, e.g. through sensors, and much of it contains location information. This report examines the privacy, trust and security issues created by the omnipresence of location-specific data. It also explores new approaches for collaboration between the private and public sector to access, share or co-create relevant data to help manage transport operation and planning. The report draws on a workshop involving industry leaders, policy makers and academics.