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Exploring Freight Data and Modeling. Session: Data for Freight Analysis, Planning and Implementation Vidya Mysore [email protected] FHWA Resource Center July 30 , 2013. BREAKOUT GROUP. Questions for participants:
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Questions for participants:
What types of freight data, forecasting and analysesare important to you for supporting planning, project development and implementation? Please share your approaches and challenges in getting the job done!
What kind of partnerships do you currently have and what type of partnershipsare looking forward to developing between MPOs, state DOT, FHWA and the private sector in advancing freight data, forecasting and analytical resources in your region?
Types of freight data, what freight data tell us and freight movements, and where to obtain them
(e.g. highway, rail, waterway networks, port, airports, intermodal databases)
(e.g. employment, BEA input/output, Socio economic forecasts)
(e.g. CFS, FAF, PIERS, Waybill, border crossing, truck counts, truck GPS, WIM data)
(NAICS, SCTG, STCC, HSC)
(establishment surveys, truck diary surveys, etc.)
Commodity Flow units need to convert from (measured in Tons & Values) to…?
There are many commodity groups in a Freight Model. Such as:
Non-Durable Manufacturing Goods
Other Durable Manufacturing Goods
Clay, Concrete and Glass
…measured in Truck Trips
Time of day (0 is 12AM)
Number of trips : 39,711
Time-of-day Profile of Trips Derived from 4 weeks of ATRI Data
(one week in each of the following months: March, April, May, June 2010)
Freight Intensity Index for Florida, April-June 2010
Introduction to freight modeling concepts and the types of freight model used in practice in the U.S.
Select Link Analysis near Ocala TTMS count station – April 2010
SR 20 1.2%
CR 318 1.7%
Ocala Destination 10.8%
Other (NE)652 Trips8.7%
Other (NW)251 Trips3.3%
US 1 N295 Trips3.9%
7,520 Trips Total
JAXPORT: Blount Island Gate
I-10 W477 Trips6.3%
I-95 S895 Trips11.9%
SR 200 S175 Trips2.3%
Other (SW)171 Trips2.3%
Other (SE)21 Trips0.3%
(2nd generation Freight Model)
Model inputs and structure, integration with passenger model, and policy sensitivity
1. Statewide Model
Conversion to modal trip tables
National Supply Chain Model (Firms, Shipments, Modes)
2. Regional Model
Regional Truck Touring Model