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NEW Tool - TREDPLAN
Gain Insights and Competitive Advantage with TREDPLAN
For the first time, extensive data is available in one place, covering historical, current and future changes in work force, business, and trade in your region. TREDPLAN is a new product which builds on this data, via a unique querying system, to give insights into the competitive position and investment needs for air and sea ports, cities, regions, and states.
Contact us to see how TREDPLAN can better inform your transportation infrastructure investment strategy: email@example.com
TREDIS can be customized to suit to your program's needs, which can include special reports, municipal and sub-county zone analyses, and multimodal access issues.
For more information about custom options to address Freight and Trade Corridor Access, click here.
If you have a custom application of your own in mind, contact us to see if we can implement it together: firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 vFreight data enhanced
Transit sector updates - improved modeling of vehicle and passenger related travel characteristics
Added flexibility to compute depreciation and residual values for transportation investments
Optimized fuel costs by type and state
Enabled modeling of fuel costs over time
Road user charges addressed - can now include per mile charges and fuel taxes
Improved tracing of travel time savings
Updated handling of buffer time
Check the User Resources library for the latest updates, advisories, and technical notes
Reminder: Migrate to TREDIS 5 ASAP.
Beginning March 1, 2017 TREDIS 4 will no longer accept new projects, however, access to viewing your TREDIS 4 projects will remain in accordance with the end of life policyhere.
Newest TREDIS Uses
FASTLANE Grant applications
Baltimore Metropolitan Council
California Air Resources Board
Hampton Roads Transit Authority - transit study
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - prioritization
Michigan DOT - airport system plan
University of Maryland
University of Tennessee, Knoxville - maritime commerce
Virginia DOT - commerce corridor study; connectivity study; long-range transportation plan
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