The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) is a nonprofit research partner of the American Trucking Associations. Since 2002, ATRI has partnered with the trucking industry to continuously collect GPS data on key national corridors, using data from nearly 1 million heavy-duty trucks in North America. Currently, ATRI collects more than 100 million GPS data points per day.

The Freight Analysis Framework (FAF) creates a comprehensive picture of freight movement among states and major metropolitan areas by all modes of transportation. The FAFv5 integrates data from a variety of sources. Starting with data from the 2017 Commodity Flow Survey (CFS) and international trade data from the Census Bureau, FAF incorporates data from agriculture, extraction, utility, construction, service, and other sectors.

With access to one of the world’s largest organically grown transportation datasets, Geotab ITS aggregates millions of vehicles worth of telematics data to produce actionable transportation insights and analytics for transportation leaders across North America. These insights are provided in a modular, open platform so that our customers can quickly interact with the data and integrate it into internal systems, processes, and workflows.

The HPMS is a national program that includes inventory information for all of the Nation's public roads as certified by the States’ Governors annually. All roads open to public travel are reported in HPMS regardless of ownership, including Federal, State, county, city, and privately owned roads such as toll facilities. Each State is required to annually furnish all data per the reporting requirements specified in this HPMS Field Manual.

INRIX data is recorded from mobile phones, connected cars, trucks, delivery vans, and other fleet vehicles equipped with GPS locator devices and provides data for personal and freight truck movement. INRIX data is available through a license agreement via a web-based platform and application programming interfaces. Roadway locations are referenced using traffic message channels (TMCs).

LADOT Data Protection Principles by the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) policies for protecting data collected from dockless mobility service providers.

To assist agencies with meeting the MAP-21 regulations, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides free access to the National Performance Management Research Data Set (NPRMDS), a national database of probe-vehicle-based speed and travel time data. The NPMRDS offers a new opportunity to monitor and report work zone performance measures.

The North American Transborder Database contains freight flow data by commodity type and mode of transport including rail, truck, pipeline, air, and vessel for U.S. trade with Mexico and Canada. The database includes two sets of tables: commodity-based and geography-based. The information is used to monitor freight flows since the enactment of NAFTA (now CUSMA) in 1994.

The StreetLight InSight® platform is a subscription-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that relies on Cuebiq LBS, INRIX GPS, and other contextual data to product on-demand analyses. There are different tiers for InSight® subscriptions, which involve access to different attributes and analysis types, including freight movement by time. StreetLight provides on-demand freight metrics for medium and heavy duty commercial trucks

This research product will focus on communicating information to improve sharing, integration, and management of data that support TIM program performance measurement, management, and monitoring.