It’s not Apple or Tesla, but Inrix has data from 500 million vehicles


Cars and trucks move along the Cross Bronx Expressway, a notorious stretch of highway in New York City that is often choked with traffic and contributes to pollution and poor air quality on November 16, 2021 in New York City.

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In this weekly series, CNBC takes a look at companies that made the inaugural Disruptor 50 list, 10 years later.

Transportation has been a big part of the CNBC Disruptor 50 list since its inception in 2013, and some of the original transport disruptors have become household names.

This includes Waze — at that time an Israeli GPS start-up with little brand recognition in the U.S. compared to Garmin or TomTom — which was acquired by Google…


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