Arity in the news
Find our latest updates, press mentions and news coverage that leverages Arity's mobility insights.
According to Arity, a mobility data analytics company, some states saw mileage drops of more than 60 percent when the pandemic first began.
August 20, 2020 | JD Power
Allstate and Arity get highlighted here by Accenture as a shining example of insurers becoming data-powered companies
August 12, 2020 | Accenture
Arity has teamed up with Marsh and AXA XL to bring price-by-mile insurance to the gig economy.
July 10, 2020 | Reuters
Arity found in a survey that more than 40 percent of U.S. commuters think public transit options (including buses, subways, trains, and other modes) are still somewhat or very unsafe.
July 9, 2020 | Mashable
Miles driven in the US plunged by nearly half (46%) during the three months from February 2 through May 1st, according to data from Arity that was shared with TU-Automotive.
June 30, 2020 | TU Automotive
Arity's Gary Hallgren spoke to Fast Company about what our driving data is showing admit the pandemic.
June 26, 2020 | Fast Company
Marsh has collaborated with AXA XL and mobility data and analytics company Arity to create Marsh deliveryPRO, a usage-based, price-by-mile insurance product that allows businesses to pay only for the coverage they need.
June 19, 2020 | Insurance Journal
Arity's Katie DeGraaf shares what we're seeing as the biggest trends in insurance right now.
June 2, 2020 | Built-In Chicago
Arity's Rob Nendorf spoke to Insurance Business Magazine about the trends our data is showing as it relates to COVID-19.
May 22, 2020 | Insurance Business Magazine
In the U.S., the disruption hit a peak in early April, when people reduced their total miles traveled by half across all surface modes of transportation, according to Arity, a mobility and data analytics company.
May 16, 2020 | Automotive News
Business Insider hosted a webinar with executives from Lyft and Arity on COVID's impact on transportation.
May 14, 2020 | Business Insider
Freeways and city streets have been remarkably empty for weeks. The coronavirus pandemic caused an unprecedented drop in U.S. traffic — total miles driven dropped by more than 40% in the last two weeks of March, according to data collected by Arity.
May 6, 2020 | NPR