• TRANSYT 15 - Traffic Network and Isolated Intersection Study Tool

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    Packed with more features and faster than ever before makes this the hardest-hitting version of TRANSYT to date.

    Used by consultancies and authorities all over the World, TRANSYT is the leading software for modelling and optimising signals for individual Intersections and Traffic Networks.

    TRANSYT 15 has been re-designed to improve ease-of-use and is packed with a wealth of features to assist the Traffic Engineer. New features include more animation options, combined flow/queue animation of traffic, editable stage timing wheels and 3D effects such as 3D representation of network, 3D display of flow animations and 3D network "fly-through".

    Following a large research project undertaken by TRL for Transport for London in 2012, TRANSYT 15 has been developed to use a newly derived pedestrian behaviour model. The model addresses shortcomings in macroscopic models that do not model pedestrians who "gap accept", only modelling pedestrians who cross at the green man. The pedestrian behaviour at traffic signals modelling algorithm used within TRANSYT is used under licence from Transport for London.

    For the first time, TRANSYT 15 comes as 32bit and 64bit application and also runs on Windows 8. International customers are not forgotten either, with French, Portuguese and Russian translations following shortly and TRL has confirmed that Spanish will also be added as a new language.

    Visit our website at www.trlsoftware.co.uk or contact us at software@trl.co.uk for more information on TRANSYT 15. Show less
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