TREDIS - The Transportation Economics Suite
Issue #15, November 2011

New TREDIS 3.7 Release
Upcoming Webinar
Recent Webinar 
Subscriber Update


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--The TREDIS Team




The TREDIS Software Group is pleased to announce the launch of our new TREDIS 3.7 release, with many new powerful features. Now you can analyze the economic impacts of Custom Study Regions comprised of multiple zip codes, generate a Project Summary Report to gain quick insight of your project, and manage large numbers of projects with new Project Management features. Click here to learn about these and other impactful enhancements.  Read More   



(Tuesday, November 15 at 1pm EDT)    


Come learn about the latest new version of TREDIS and all it has to offer, see a

live demonstration of TREDIS 3.7 being used to address a multi-modal transportation project analysis, for a metropolitan region comprised of portions of multiple counties.  See how quickly an economic analysis can be performed to help you make better transportation project decisions. 


Offered at no cost but registration is required:



And in case you missed it...  


WEBINAR:  Building Support for Transportation Planning  

(Recorded Tuesday, September 22, 2011)      


This session originally aired on September 22, 2011, was led by Julie Lorenz, Senior strategic consultant of Burns and McDonnell. The focus was on how to best communicate with your stakeholders to achieve your desired results. 

Click here for more information on viewing this webinar and to obtain a copy of the white paper: Using Economic Impact Analysis to Develop Supportable Transportation Decisions - across All Planning Stages





We want to take this opportunity to welcome new users to the TREDIS family of users.   


Washington State DOT, Olympic Region, California State University at Fresno and Jackson State University in Mississippi are using TREDIS in the classroom this fall (Jackson State University is also doing a study), and the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Black Hawk College working with Lee County.


Taking advantage of our MPO Partnership Subscription Program are Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) and Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS). 

For more information on the MPO/RPO Partnership Program, please contact us at