November 21, 2010
Transportation planners and engineers today are faced with complex analyses of innovative applications such as system performance, reliability, managed lanes, congestion pricing, one-way two-way conversion, construction detour, and more. Traditional analysis tools, including travel-demand modeling and microsimulation, often do not meet the analyst’s needs or the available budget. As a result, simulation-based Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) has been rapidly gaining popularity and becoming the tool of choice for such applications.
PowerPoint slides included.