Dynamic Urban Systems for Transportation (DynusT) is the latest dynamic traffic simulation and assignment tool for regional operational planning analysis. The goals of developing DynusT are to promote the advanced modeling theories and techniques to assist transportation agencies and practitioners in improved modeling and transportation policy decision making through state-of-the-art tools. It is also one of the goals to make DynusT an open source project to allow university researchers to develop further dynamic traffic assignment research based on DynusT platform.
DynusT has been developed mainly by researchers at the DynusT Laboratory at the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics (CEEM) at the University of Arizona. To view DynusT simulation click here.
DynusT research team collaborates with Prof. Xuesong Zhou at the University of Utah in the development of the graphical user interface (UI) NEXTA. NEXTA serves as the free of charge input-output GUI for DynusT. In 2012 RST Internationals Corps. released a new commercial GUI for DynusT called DynuStudio. DynuStudio offers expanded visualization and data management capabilities. DynuStudio is also more scalable and more efficient operating on large-scale networks. More details can be found here.
DynusT users and researchers have also contributed to the development and enhancement of this document as well as all utility software supporting DynusT applications.
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