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:
- In the left menu, click Data sharing
- Under Requests Summary, look for Waze Data Feed in the chart
- 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
- 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.