Monday, June 30, 2008
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
This update replaces the FORTRAN programs currently used in the transit modeling framework for REWALK (REWALK.exe) and TAReport (TAReport.exe) with Cube Voyager applications (ReWalkApp and TAReportApp). The Cube Voyager applications serve the same purpose as the FORTRAN programs. The accompanying documentation describes the application logic, catalog keys, input and output files, and procedures to import the applications into a model.
Please visit the Transit Modeling Framework page for more information and download the files.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
A new version of AUTOCON and TAREPORT has been posted on the Transit Modeling Framework page. A new functionality has been added to AUTOCON that would allow users to build kiss-ride connectors that are distinct from park-ride locations. The included documentation describes the new values of TSTYPE needed to access the features. In TAREPORT, the array dimensions have been increased to accommodate large number of links usually present in large models. There are no major or structural changes.
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
The FDOT Systems Planning Office is working with TeachAmerica to develop online training courses for FSUTMS-Cube models. These trainig courses will be largely based on the training workshops we currently offer with some modifications for interative exercises. The purpose of the online courses is to provide an opportunity for those who cannot attend the workshops due to schedule conflict to learn the modeling themselves, and for those who attended the workshops to review what they learned from the class.
Thursday, January 03, 2008
The final version of the QRFM has been approved by the Federal Highway Administration's Public Affairs Office and is now available.
Monday, August 06, 2007
Some minor issues have been discovered when the new FSUTMS Transit Framework is being implemented in some models. These issues have been addressed and a new set of documentation and programs is posted on our website. Please check the New FSUTMS Transit Framework page for more details. Also, please check our new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section for questions related to the new framework.