If your municipality is not using Predictive Mobility right now. Then, the citizens are paying a surprising cost! This is true in the City of Racine. The railroad was first laid in Racine in 1855. Subsequently, the city grew its industrial powerhouse in the early 1900’s. Today, Racine is making a name for itself as a “Smart City”. However, the rail traffic that creates congestion and safety issues in Racine is still operating with warning devices devised in the 1800’s.
Here are the costs today, of using solutions from the 1800’s
Here is a basic explanation of the municipal cost/benefits of Predictive Mobility.