Transport Modelling

Improving Journey Time Reliability

SMA has an established record for carrying out detailed multi-modal modelling of a wide range of transport systems, from individual roads and junctions through to complex networks comprising many miles of road. Results of SMA’s modelling have been used to optimise capacity and recommend improvements to roads and junctions throughout the country.

We continue to develop our transport modelling capabilities and are able to offer our clients comprehensive modelling services, which includes the following transport modelling software tools:

S-Paramics Micro-simulation (unlimited licence)
PC-MOVA Microprocessor Optimised Vehicle Actuation – traffic signal control
TRANSYT TRAffic Network StudY Tool – co-ordinated traffic signal control for junctions and networks
Linsig Traffic signal junction modelling
ARCADY Assessment of Roundabout Capacity And DelaY
PICADY Priority Intersection CApacity and DelaY
TRICS Trip Rate Information Computer System – Database of multi-modal trip rates
TEMPRO Trip End Model Presentation Programme – forecast trip data for future years

 

 

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