The world's most advanced weather-adjusted ETA predictions
We ingest 80 million points of historical vehicle data to understand when and where weather-related delays will occur.
How it works
Tell us your start/end locations and departure time up to 7 days in advance
We model the weather impact along your route
We report a percentage by which traffic will be slowed down from normal, due to weather
A format that fits into existing workflows
Integrate our data into products using our API
Leverage our data buckets and pipelines for regular bulk downloads
Simple CSV reports in your inbox or downloaded online
Other custom reporting formats to meet your needs
Impressively accurate, days in advance
Up to 60%
How much our ETA improves route provider accuracy during severe weather conditions
9 out of 10 times
How often our ETA outperforms top routing providers during high impact weather events
Consumer-facing route providers such as Google and HERE are great tools for routing, but do not account for weather-related delays.
In April 2020, a powerful snowstorm hit Maine. Four days in advance, RightRoute predicted slowdowns within 10% of what actually occurred.
Short-term and long-term predictions
We produce hourly forecasts out to 168 hours so you can deal with ongoing shipment delays in the short term, or begin to prepare for them in the long-term.
Historical data available for model training
Our ever-expanding dataset contains continuous insights back to 2014. Use historical ETA data to retrain models that make better predictions.
What sets RightRoute apart?
Real ETA predictions
While some of our competitors report weather and road conditions along routes, we'll report the actual percentage by which our models predict your shipment will be delayed due to weather.
Set your own waypoints
Our routing engine recommends the most viable route, but if you know your load is required to take a specific route, RightRoute allows you to set waypoints by lat/long.
Severe weather flags
Routes are flagged for severe slowdowns, as well as by the weather type affecting the route. Easily see which routes need attention.
Adjust vehicle type parameters to receive forecasts tailored for cars or commercial trucks. Further refine predictions by inputting the height, width, length, weight, and axle weight of your trucks.