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2010/2040 Cost Feasible SERPM 7 (Activity-Based Model Released on 02/06/2015)

2010/2040 Cost Feasible SERPM 7 model is available for download.

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SERPM 6.5.4

SERPM 6.5.4 incorporates a series of adjustments and improvements to the previous production model, SERPM 6.5.3. This revised model will be used for project planning and other studies at least until the current Regional Long Range Plan Update efforts are concluded and SERPM 7 becomes the adopted and official model. The changes are generally minor, but all are expected to increase the forecasting power of SERPM. Please refer to documents included in \doc folder for details.

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SERPM 6.5.3 with Accident Analysis (04/30/2013)

SERPM 6.5.3 incorporates accident analysis based on crash reports from the FDOT Traffic Operations Office. It includes all changes and improvements made in the previous versions. Major changes include revised Highway Evaluation step to report accident rates and costs by region, corridor, area type, and facility type, for the entire modeling area or for the subarea/windowed area of interest; additional network attributes; fixes on the Trip Distribution Multistep Distributing Process (MDP); and corrections in Subarea Modeling/Reporting steps. Please refer to documents included in \doc folder for details.

To install the model, unzip the file you downloaded, it will create a self installation .exe file. Double click the exe file and follow instructions on the screen.

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Correction to SERPM Model

A recent review of the SERPM model revealed an error in the public school routine in the trip generation program. The error will only show up in south Miami-Dade county. If you are using any one of the SERPM 6.5 versions, including Version 6.5 up to 6.5.2l (5/17/2012), please download the following zip file. The zip file contains the corrected Trip Gen program. After extracting the executable (ULSTGENM65.EXE), place it in the ..\user.prg folder and replace the old file with the same file name.

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SERPM 6.5.2l with LUCHECK (05/17/2012)

SERPM 6.5.2l is an update to SERPM 6.5.2e that was released on 03/12/2012. This version incorporates a new land use check (LUCHECK) procedure within the Trip Generation step. The LUCKECK procedure produces statistics that report the reasonableness of the household data (ZDATA1) and employment (ZDATA2) files.

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SERPM 6.5.2e with Enhanced Truck Model (03/12/2012)

SERPM 6.5.2e is an update to SERPM 6.5.2 that was released on July 12, 2011. This version incorporates the enhanced truck model that uses the Analyst trip table to represent truck travel for 2005, and the revised four-step model to represent truck travel growth past 2005. It also includes minor changes to 2005 and 2035 socioeconomic data that correct some of the inconsistencies between the two years.

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2005/2035 SERPM 6.5.2 Usability Enhancements (07/12/11 Update)

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2005/2035 SERPM 6.5.2 Usability Enhancements (based on Cost Feasible Inputs Created on 02/01/2010)

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2005/2035 SERPM 6.5 Sub Area 24Hr Highway Only (Cost Feasible Inputs Created on 02/01/2010)

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2005/2035 SERPM 6.5 (Cost Feasible - Time of Day Model Created on 02/01/2010)

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2005/2030 SERPM 6.5 (Created on 10/10/2008)

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2005/2030 SERPM 6.5 (24-Hr Model Created on 3/14/2008; TOD Model Created on 5/30/2008)

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