Found one file extension association related to TRAFFIX and 1 file format developed specifically for use with TRAFFIX.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: TRAFFIX description
Developer: Dowling Associates, Inc.
Developer / company: Dowling Associates, Inc.
TRAFFIX is an interactive computer program for IBM PC compatible computers that enables planners and engineers to efficiently:
- Conduct traffic impact and medium size city-wide traffic forecasting studies;
- Rapidly forecast the traffic impacts of new developments;
- Calculate level of service at critical signalized and unsignalized intersections and on arterials;
- Interactively test different mitigation measures, and
- Determine traffic impact fees for individual development projects.
The program allows level of service (LOS) to be calculated simultaneously for both baseline and future (with project) scenarios at signalized and unsignalized intersections and on urban and suburban arterials. In addition, user-defined analysis scenarios can be created and level of service scenario comparison reports can be generated. Comprehensive, yet concise and easy-to-read, output reports are generated that are suitable for inclusion in project reports.
The TRAFFIX software seems to be old or discontinued.
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