REMI TranSight ®. Presentation Overview. TranSight Overview 1) What does REMI TranSight do? 2) What does the user need to provide? 3) What is the output of TranSight? 4) What are the uses of the output? 5) What makes TranSight unique? TranSight Demonstration. TranSight ® System.
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The TranSight modeling system incorporates TranSight and Policy Insight
Project and region
TranSight predicts the “Total Economic” and “Demographic Effects” of transportation improvements such as:
Project-Specific Information(Note: TranSight uses output from Tranplan, TransCAD or other travel demand models)
All Other Economic and Demographic Data are Built into the TranSight Model – Specific To The Defined Region (such as Mississippi Development Districts – as single counties or groups of counties)
All major economic and demographic effects
Overall Effects for:
REMI has been involved in transportation planning and analysis for 20+ years. Below, a sample of papers available upon request:
First and foremost, REMI TranSight integrates REMI Policy Insight®—the world’s leading economic and fiscal policy analysis and simulation model—with the transport planning and travel demand models used most often by government and private sector planners.
And because REMI Policy Insight® embodies the latest research advances in economic geography, REMI TranSight can show transportation planners and policy makers the total economic effects of new investments in highways, transit, airport capacity, and other transportation infrastructure.
In particular, REMI TranSight can quantify the unique contribution transportation investments make toward creating and expanding industry clusters, some of the main drivers in diversifying and sustaining regional economic development.
REMI has been involved in transportation planning for years. Below, a few examples (papers available upon request):