TREDIS Newsletter, Winter 2014
In This Issue
Upcoming Events
TREDIS in The News
New Uses of TREDIS
TREDIS in The Classroom
Customer Survey
Social Media
Quick Links

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Upcoming Events

I-TED 2014 International Transportation Economic Development Conference - Dallas, TX
April 9-11, 2014  More details...

2014 TRB Tools of the Trade Conference -
Burlington, VT
July 21-23, 2014  More Details... 
New Documents
Press Release:  TREDIS Expands Customer Support and Development Team  More details...
Enhancements to TREDIS
  • Expanded Customer Support and Development Team
  • Added content to User Resources library
  • Added Export Table feature for Industry Detail inputs
  • Enhanced Demographics Report (Household and Land Use)
  • Enhanced input labels throughout the system  

  • Coming Soon:

  • Improved report execution time
  • Improved Airport Analysis
  • TREDIS Freight Supply Chain Analysis with Visualization
  • Environmental Impact Report
New Uses of TREDIS
  • Connecticut - Long Range Transportation Plan
  • Idaho - Idaho Falls Connector
  • Illiana Corridor (Illinois to Indiana)
  • Louisiana - US 61/I-10 Connector
  • North Florida TPO - Long Range Transportation Plan
  • Wisconsin DOT - Freight Analysis with Transearch Data
  • Texas A&M, TTI - In-Class Use
  • University of Southern Mississippi - In-Class Use
  • University of Wisconsin-Superior - In-Class Use
TREDIS Multimodal Benefit-Cost Analysis (MBCA) is a free, web-based calculation tool for comparing the user benefits and costs of individual transportation projects.  

Suggested Use: Grant applications requiring BCA
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University Program
TREDIS is available for professors to use as a teaching tool.
Set up your account for the Summer and Fall 2014 semesters.
Questions?  Email us at 
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Customer Survey
Coming Soon:  We want your feedback!  Watch your email for a customer survey. 
Social Media
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  • Successful Grant Applications
  • Completed Long Range Transportation Plans
  • Interesting Outcomes of Alternatives Analysis
  • Roll-out of Prioritization Program
  • TREDIS integration into your transportation toolkit
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