The piloted platform also enabled urban transportation management organizations to improve management from the macro, meso and micro levels. Benefits included:
- Urban transportation planning: trip characteristics, traffic zone division and key area path analysis
- Comprehensive traffic management: real-time insights into current urban situations and prediction of traffic conditions; real-time timing analysis of traffic lights, monitoring and prediction of traffic congestion; and overall traffic index, reachable time analysis and prediction for areas and paths
- Dedicated management application groups: operational analysis for buses, taxis and rail transit, comprehensive analysis on capacity and pricing subsidy of public transportation, labor intensity analysis
Together with partners and pilot cities, SAP will demonstrate the sample data for the "Nationwide Taxi Management Platform" project at China SAPPHIRE.
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