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Traveler Analysis Framework

Exploring National Long Distance Passenger Travel Demand Modeling and Simulation

Under the FHWA’s Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) program, the Office of Highway Policy Information has conducted research effort in devising analytical tools to analyze and evaluate regional and national significant corridors for passenger travel as related to both freight and local passenger movements. As a result of this EAR effort, a proto-type functioning model was built. All project related reports and products are released to promote further exploration and adoption by organizations and businesses in pursing statewide and reginal travel modeling. The Office of Highway Policy Information will further test the model for potential policy scenario testing analysis usage.

A: National Model Development

Fundamental Knowledge to Support Long-Distance Passenger Model

National Long-Distance Passenger Model Development

National Long-Distance Passenger Model User Guide

B: Long-Distance Passenger Travel Demand Model Software

rJourney-1.3.2.zip

C: Assignment through TransCAD

Assignment.zip

D: National User Model Area (NUMA) ArcGIS SHP Files

NUMA.zip

State FIP Codes

Census Regions

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