Products

Products

The Data Insight Service builds, manages and deploys a variety of online, web based products for the users to get data, see pre-built analysis and allow interactivity to really delve into understanding the transport network in the West Midlands. These products are:

  • Road Traffic Collision analysis
  • SurveyManager
  • RTCC OpsDashboard
  • Performance Dashboard
  • Travel Trends
  • Programme Data Management (smartsheet based project management and reporting)
  • Single View of the Programme
  • Data Catalogue including open data downloader
  • Housing and Land Use Data Viewer

 

Road Traffic Collision Data

Monthly road traffic collision data, collated, analysed and available to partner organisations to download.

SurveyManager

Download manual and automatic counts covering highways (classifications, speeds, flows, volume and turn counts at junctions) and public transport  patronage counts.

RTCC OpsDashboard

A real time view of the whole transport network, highlighting disruptions and impact, for use within the Regional Transport Coordination Centre and by partners organisations.

Performance Dashboard

Metrics covering the transport network performance, the contractors performance and statistics to monitor how TfWM is meeting its business plan objectives.

Travel Trends

Transport statistics, with written commentary, detailing the West Midlands network, updated annually to enable year on year comparison.

Programme Data Management

Collating project and programme information, including, milestones, tasks, risks and dependencies to support the Transport investment programme.

Single View of the Programme

Collating the infrastructure investment scheme information, the planned events such as roadworks and leisure events, to enable better planning and clash detection by dates and by location.

Data Catalogue

Detailed descriptions of data collected, maintained and used by the Data Insight Service.

Housing and Land Use Data Viewer

Geographically located housing and employment land schemes that are being developed across the West Midlands and the neighboring authorities.