Road Safety

Waco, Texas Enhances Traffic Safety with Urban SDK Partnership

City officials will use Urban SDK to tackle traffic and speeding issues in the community.

City officials will use Urban SDK to tackle traffic and speeding issues in the community.

Urban SDK Partners With Waco

Urban SDK is proud to announce a new partnership with the City of Waco, Texas, to address neighborhood traffic calming requests, speeding complaints, and speed limit enforcement. This collaboration will leverage Urban SDK’s advanced data analytics platform to identify traffic hotspots and enhance road safety across the city.

"We are thrilled to work with the City of Waco to improve traffic safety," said Urban SDK's Eric Wingbermuehle. "This partnership allows us to bring our advanced analytics to a community dedicated to enhancing traffic management. We look forward to supporting their efforts in creating safer and more efficient roadways."

Key Benefits of the Partnership:

  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming: Urban SDK’s platform will assist Waco in efficiently addressing neighborhood traffic calming requests and speeding complaints
  • Speed Limit Enforcement: The traffic management platform will help Waco officials identify safety hotspots and target enforcement efforts where they are most needed
  • Data-Driven Decision Making: With access to valid speed and safety data, city officials can make informed decisions to enhance road safety measures

The City of Waco joins a growing network of Texas communities, including Arlington, Irving, Farmers Branch, and seven other cities, that rely on Urban SDK for their traffic management and road safety needs.

About Urban SDK

Urban SDK provides state and local governments with a transportation system of record to monitor roadways and act more efficiently. Their software delivers speed and safety data on all local roadways, helping officials quickly respond to public concerns, diagnose and prioritize at-risk roadways, measure the effectiveness of traffic calming initiatives, and then share their findings with citizens and councilmembers.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Jonathan Bass
Director of Marketing
Urban SDK