Real-time traffic operations data has been gathered for several years on an increasing number of roads throughout the Delaware Valley. The archives of this data are a tremendous potential resource for transportation planning. Use of the data, however, has posed significant technical challenges. This report summarizes how the data can be used, the state of operations data for planning in the Delaware Valley, and the results of two case studies. The first case study used data from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Dynac system about speed and travel time on a section of I-76. The second case study used data provided by the I-95 Corridor Coalition Vehicle Probe Project (VPP) from INRIX, a private-sector traffic data company. The second case study analyzed duration of congestion on weekdays in 2009 for freeways in the Delaware Valley. This analysis was used in the region's 2011 Congestion Management Process.