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Traffic Analysis Projects

New Bings Map Interface

Bing Maps can be added as a background to your TSIS-CORSIM 2022 network:

Accurate Measurement
Links created on the map are automatically scaled to match field conditions

Keyword Navigation
Easy navigation to a specific street simply by typing keywords

Updated Location Setting
The map location can be changed at any time, making it easy to make small adjustments to the location of your network

Aerial View
You can change between a typical map type or an aerial photo view, as well as enabling or disabling aerial labels

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Integration with HCS and TRANSYT-7F

TSIS-CORSIM is bundled with TRANSYT-7F (T7F) software for signal optimization.

It takes one click to export an arterial corridor model and settings in TSIS to T7F, which which can optimize signal timings and coordination. T7F simulation results and timings can be visualized as an animation in TRAFVU or easily exported back to TSIS-CORSIM. TSIS-CORSIM 2022 can also open .trf files exported by HCS modules, including Freeways and Streets

TSIS Corsim Integration

Toll Plaza

TSIS-CORSIM can model toll lanes with different settings:

  • Automatic vs manual booths
  • Plaza lane-changing logic
  • Free lanes
  • Temporary lane closures
  • Vehicle restriction on selected lanes
  • Animations and all lane-based MOEs available
  • May be used to represent other types of booths (e.g. facility entrances)

Two-Lane Highways

TSIS-CORSIM 2022 can simulate one-lane roads as two-lane highways and generate service measures compatible with HCM7 (Follower Density – FD) and HCM6 (Speed and Percent-Time Spent Following – PTSF). The passing algorithm parameters can be adjusted to calibrate the model. Configuration with passing zones or passing lanes can be simulated.

Network Data

Integrated Files
Network Data is now edited through the CORSIM (.trf) file, which means no need to keep a separate TRAFED (.tno) file

User Interface

Updated Design
A modern user interface for Windows 10 and 11 Usability

Quick Jump Search
Output quick jump to quickly search through the extensive CORSIM text report

Node Modifications
The ability to modify all node volumes and/or turn movement volumes with a growth factor

Automated Link Scaling
Automatic link length scaling allows freedom from manually changing link lengths when moving nodes around

Graphical curvature can be added to links to show a more accurate representation of a network for modeling

CORSIM support

CORSIM feature support for two-lane rural highways, HOT lanes, toll plazas, and adaptive cruise control