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Using Transit Assistant Module for Planning (TAMP)for UP North Service Improvement

For a copy of this presentation, go to:

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What is TAMP?

Transit Assistant Module For Planning (TAMP) is a service planning software tool available via the internet for desktop utilization by potential transit service users.

TAMP features a base origin-destination query and a customizable service study module for specific questions to guide service planning.

TAMP is provided with the assistance of the UIC Artificial Intelligence Lab.

Chicago Area Transportation Study

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Information from TAMP

  • O-D Trip Paths

  • Time of Travel

  • Trip Purpose

  • Mode Preferences and Willingness to Try Alternate Modes

  • Walk-To / Drive To Preferences

  • Cost Indicators

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TAMP Sample Page Views

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Feedback Capabilities

Users Provide Email and Address Data for Continued Participation and Feedback

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Mapping Capabilities

  • Aggregates Multiple Travel Paths

  • Enables First Mile / Last Mile Service Planning

  • Provides Lat-Lon File Output for External Uses

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Deployment for UP North

  • Identify Target Groups

    • Current Drive Alones NB to Employment Centers in UP North Corridor

    • Current DAs traveling to Chicago CBD in early AM rush – 4:30am to 6:00am

  • Assign URL (www.------) for Employee/Resident Access

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  • Demand Assessment

    July-September 2006

  • Schedule Development

    October-December 2006

  • Service Marketing

    January – September 2007

  • Schedule In Operation

    October 1, 2007

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Demand Assessment

  • Gather Information through Internet

    • Gauge Interest in Train Service

    • Gauge Interest in Other Modes (Bus, CP, VP)

    • Identify visible travel paths

    • Identify transfer/junction points

  • Compile Data by NLT October 1, 2006

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Schedule Development

  • Provide Proposed New and/or Improved Schedules To Participating Employees

  • Obtain Employee Feedback and Preferences

  • Finalize Schedule Change Recommendation

  • Timeframe: October 1-December 31, 2006

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Service Marketing

  • Begin Marketing of New Service

  • Enroll Employees in Transit Check

  • Promote Ticket By Mail

  • Provide Shorter Term Inducements – Ten-Ride Tickets, Shuttle Passes

  • Timeframe: January to September 2007

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Thank you for your interest in TAMP

Please direct any questions to:

Jose Rodriguez

Transportation Planner

Chicago Area Transportation Study

(312) 386-8806 / [email protected]

Chicago Area Transportation Study