June 12, 2024 | 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

MS Teams Webinar Recording

Travel Demand Models are a common method for forecasting traffic flows on the transportation system using current travel behavior to predict future travel patterns. To many, they are complicated and surrounded with a bit of mystery, but they do not have to be. Models can be a valuable source of information into long range planning, traffic impact analysis, and project development. Join us on June 12 as a panel shares their expertise and insights into practical applications of travel demand models.

September 11, 2024 I 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

MS Teams Webinar (registration link available in early August)

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Virtual Training

August 6, 2024 I 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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This webinar will explore travel forecasting models tailored specifically for planners and decision-makers in Florida. It will provide participants with a high-level overview of travel models, highlighting their significance in informing planning initiatives and decision-making. From understanding how modeling fits in the overall planning process and their practical applications, attendees will gain valuable insights into the connection between planning and travel demand modeling.

In-Person Training

Fall 2024

Location: Anticipated trainings in North Florida and Southeast Florida, check back late summer for more information!

On-Demand Training

    This course provides a basic introduction on the use of Python for transportation planning and modeling. It includes a brief review of the fundamentals of writing code in Python, as well as modules on tabular data analysis, visualizations, geographic analysis, and discrete choice modeling. The course assumes that students are already somewhat familiar with the methodologies and mathematical tools of transportation modeling in general, and focuses exclusively on the how these tools and models are constructed and used within Python.

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As part of the D1RPM 2.0 webinar series, these recorded webinars provide details about the District One Regional Planning Model (version 2.0), a four-step, trip-based FSUTMS model beginning the change from PSWAADT TO AADT and continuing on with in-depth discussions of each model processes. We discuss the model's special features: airport trip distribution, the heavy truck procedure and connected and automated vehicles (CAV) modeling procedure.

  • Webinar #1: D1RPM Introductory Webinar
  • Webinar #2: Network and Development
  • Webinar #3: Tripgen Airports Trucks
  • Webinar #4: Distribution EE IE
  • Webinar #5: Transit and Mode Choice
  • Webinar #6: Diurnal Factors Assignment
  • Webinar #7: Running the D1RPM
    • This workshop is designed for managers and non-modelers to gain a better understanding of the travel demand forecasting process. It provides an overview of the transportation planning process, traveling demand forecasting methodologies, and FSUTMS modules under Cube. Participants will learn the underlying theories of modeling and see the benefits of Cube's abilities to produce presentation graphics for reports and meetings.

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