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‘Modeling the future of island traffic in Trinidad and Tobago’

Tech profile: Traffic Technology International

June 2015

Transportation Planning Consultant, Dr. Rae Furlonge, describes the traffic problems on the southwestern peninsula of the Caribbean island of Trinidad, where road building in the region is seen as essential, and some improvements have already been carried out.

Now a local activist group (LAG) has developed a plan for where the next essential arteries should be constructed and Doctor Rae Furlonge has used Aimsun software to model the effects of the proposed improvements on the wider network.

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© 2015 Published with kind permission from Traffic Technology International.

Using Aimsun macroscopic functionalities and travel demand modelling to model the future of island traffic in Trinidad and Tobago
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