T2’s professional services are based on our demonstrated control system and proprietary simulation software. The simulation software is the basis of our control system technology. Our professional services
are part of the analysis and development of transportation systems that revitalize a community by increasing accessibility and contribute to economic growth and development.
Feasibility Study Support
T2’s professional services include quantifying ridership levels, route selections, fleet size, and financial investment required to build a Skyweb Express system. View typical data output from our proprietary software, TrakEdit
We employ an iterative process to create the optimal
system for our clients. Contact us to find your optimized transit system.
Ridership – The Skyweb Express system incorporates
local ridership data into the simulation process. Our iterative simulation services provide our clients with multiple route
or system layouts. For one of our clients, the ridership simulations demonstrated Skyweb Express would be the preferred transit system for in excess of 275 million passengers. Contact us to find out what we can do for you.
Routes – TrakEdit, T2’s proprietary software, simulates many possible routes to optimize the system layout. The layout is dependent upon ridership data and client goals to achieve an optimal transportation system. T2 has simulated routes as large as 300 km and 15,000 vehicles. Contact us with your ridership data and find out what TrakEdit can do
Fleet Size – The number of vehicles in the fleet is optimized to handle variable volumes of traffic according to ridership demand. The size and number of vehicles are optimized in the feasibility program. The variables affecting fleet size are the route, ridership, and service goals. These inter-connected variables become optimized using T2’s proprietary TrakEdit simulation software.
Work Product from
a Feasibility Study
T2 was contracted to assess the optimal number of vehicles, guideway length, and route size based on the municipality’s ridership data (EMME/2 model).
The study also required a fare analysis.
T2 used TrakEdit to assist in the
completion of the fare analysis. The
study also included power requirement estimates, potential material changes to accommodate local conditions,
construction costs, and long-term operations and maintenance
requirements. The inter-connected variables were integrated into the
feasibility study and directly impacted
the client’s desired results. The client’s desires included:
Point-to-Point (P2P) Transportation
Greater Capacity = Higher Vitality
Less Congestion = More Accessibility
Vitality + Accessibility = Greater Economic Development