Informing traffic resource allocation during elections
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro analyzed congestion during its presidential election to reduce the impact of future election cycles on the city’s infrastructure. By aggregating Wazer-reported incidents of congestion, the city was able to identify the neighborhoods that experienced the most traffic during election day and appropriately allocate transit management personnel.

Impact: Decreased congestion at hotspots throughout the city

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