In the long term, vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) services like Audi Traffic Light Information will improve the traffic flow. When cars send anonymized data to the city, for example, traffic signals could operate more flexibly. Every driver knows the following situation: in the evening you wait at a red light - while no other car is to be seen far and wide. Networked traffic lights would then react according to demand. Drivers of other automotive brands will also profit from the development work that Audi is carrying out with Traffic Light Information - good news for cities, which are dependent on the anonymized data of large fleets to achieve the most efficient traffic management.