Energy consumption reduction is a common challenge for many industries. Energy consumption reduction on urban streets also contribute to lower emissions level and cleaner city air. To evaluate the influence of traffic organization and car technologies on traction energy and fuel consumption test drives were run in Riga city on selected route including three main arterial streets in both directions at various day hours having traffic densities from free flowing traffic to congestion driving. The fuel consumption is calculated from car OBD data. The position on the street grid and car speed for data synchronisation and OBD speed data calibration is recorded by GPS logger. The energies are calculated from OBD logs and car specifications. This paper deals with methodology of test results processing. The route has been divided in street sections. The shortest sections selected are between traffic lights on successive street intersections. The longest sections selected correspond to street sections where traffic management system provides a green wave for traffic in any driving direction. The problem analysed is that the traction energy consumption is affected by car speeds at section endings therefore various terminations of sections have been compared to reduce or take into consideration the different speeds. The shorter street sections are suitable for local energy consumption evaluation and selection of specific section termination points are not useful, the longer sections may allow to evaluate traffic management systems and sections with closer car speeds at termination points may be more advantageous. The research findings will be used for further development of urban traffic analysis.