WEBINAR May 21, 2024 | 9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 6pm CEST

Transforming urban infrastructure: How traffic and mobility data can help cities evolve

As cities get bigger and busier, the challenges that hinder their efficiency get more complex. With the right traffic and mobility insights, governments, city planners and consultants can identify patterns in the ways cities move, and pinpoint the changes needed to help them transform successfully.

In this webinar, TomTom mobility experts will explore how traffic and mobility data can be used to make cities safer, healthier and better connected. They'll be joined by our partner StreetLight, who will dive into how it uses TomTom traffic data along with other sources to power the world’s first mobility SaaS platform, which helps communities reduce congestion, improve safe transportation and maximize the positive impact of infrastructure investment.

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In this 60-minute session, experts from TomTom and StreetLight will explore the following topics:

  • The challenges of keeping cities running smoothly

  • Transforming urban infrastructure

  • Building smarter cities with better data and the world's first mobility SaaS platform

  • The data-driven future of maximizing infrastructure investment

  • Q&A

Douglas Gilmour

Doug Gilmour
Strategic Business Development Manager, TomTom

Doug Gilmour is Global Business Development Manager for TomTom Traffic and Travel products. Trained as a transport economist, he gained his Chartership in Transport Planning within various consultancy and government roles where he was responsible for the development and delivery of strategic transport models. He now drives traffic product innovation and an extension of TomTom’s global historic and real time traffic product portfolio, in partnership with collaborative, strategic partners.

Meet our co-hosts
Jim Hubbell

Jim Hubbell, AICP

Director of Solutions Engineering, StreetLight

Jim leads a talented team dedicated to solving social, environmental and economic questions with innovative mobility data solutions. He believes in the value of performance-based planning and using data to drive smart, transportation related decisions. Prior to joining StreetLight, Jim worked for 18 years as a transportation planner with the Mid-America Regional Council, the metropolitan planning organization for the greater Kansas City region. Jim has also served on the CTPP Oversight Board and the TRB Urban Data and Information Systems Committee. He has been an active member of the American Planning Association (APA) throughout his career.

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About Streetlight

StreetLight uses Big Data and proprietary Route Science® to measure transportation, providing on-demand analytics for vehicles, bikes, pedestrians and transit via its StreetLight InSight® SaaS platform for mobility. It provides innovative digital solutions to help communities reduce congestion, improve safe and equitable transportation and maximize the positive impact of infrastructure investment. 

Norma Villacres

Norma Villacres

Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Los Angeles Department of Transportation

Norma is a GIS Specialist with seven years of experience with the City of Los Angeles. Currently working with the Department of Transportation (LADOT), Norma has played a pivotal role in integrating geospatial technologies into urban planning and community services. At LADOT, she focuses on leveraging GIS to enhance city infrastructure and develop strategic, data-driven solutions that anticipate future urban needs. Previously, Norma contributed significantly to the development of GIS policies and procedures at the Department of Recreation and Parks, improving resource allocation across city parks.