Get the Waze Data Feed

To get started, request access to the Waze Data Feed Integration.

Once your request is approved, you’ll get a confirmation email with data feed links. You can also get the data feed links from the Waze for Cities Portal:

  1. In the left menu, click Data sharing
  2. Under Requests Summary, look for Waze Data Feed in the chart
  3. Copy the links under the Data column

The feed links contain Waze traffic data for your region. 

With these links, you can:

  • Apply the data to your control center maps
  • Collect the data for analysis

Reported incidents included in the Waze Data Feed

Data based on reports from Waze users:

  • Traffic accidents
  • Hazards
  • Construction
  • Potholes
  • Roadkill
  • Stopped vehicles
  • Objects on the road
  • Missing signs

Data automatically detected by Waze:

Waze automatically calculates traffic jams by comparing current road conditions with historical road data. When traffic on a segment is below average speed for that time of day/week, we identify it as a slowdown or jam. These are then compared with user GPS signals and user reports.

The maximum number of events in the Waze Data Feed is 5,000.


Learn more about how you can use the Waze Data Feed.


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