Transportation planning may be categorized under two broad categories, namely, Transportation System Management (TSM) and Transportation Demand Management (TDM).Our expertise in Transportation Planning covers the entire spectrum of analytical and computer simulation tools used in transportation planning.
We employ the latest simulation tools:
- CORSIMFHWA’s micro-simulation tool integrated with NETSIM and FRESIM; simulates real-world traffic by moving individual vehicles across a combined surface street and freeway network.
- TRAVFU: an output routine that animates the CORSIM runs, thereby providing the statistical output data and graphical interpretation.
- Passer IV: signal optimization program for arterials maximizing traffic progression by minimizing individual intersection delay.
- TSIS: Traffic Software Integrated System, latest FHWA traffic engineering and simulation tool to execute CORSIM, TRAVFU, PASSER IV and others
- Highway Capacity Software and Signal97 / TEAPAC: The Signal97 implements the techniques of the 1997 revision to the Highway Capacity Manual for signalized intersections.
Our recent Transportation Planning Projects include:
- Sunrise Highway Reconstruction Project, L.I. , N.Y.
- Route 9A West Side Highway, Manhattan, N.Y.
- INFORM System Integration & Engineering
- Services, Long Island, N.Y.
- Priority Investigation Locations (PILs)
- Study for the NYS DOT
- Route 25 Widening, Coram, N.Y.