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CalSIIM Peer Consulting Team Meets in Los Angeles

Members of the CalSIIM Peer Consulting Team convened in Los Angeles on November 18th to review the latest updates to the California Statewide Integrated Land Use, Transportation and Economic model being developed at the Urban Land Use and Transportation Center in the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies. Team members include Metropolitan Policy Organization modelers from throughout the state, as well as representatives from the California Energy Commission and Oregon’s Department of Transportation.

Meeting participants were briefed on the refined travel model, updates to the land use zones (LUZ) and transportation analysis zones (TAZ) systems, modified highway networks, software for the Space Development (SD) module, and the introduction of a new modeling design diagram.

The California Statewide Integrated Land Use, Transportation and Economic model is funded by the California Department of Transportation along with generous development support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Surdna Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Additional information and presentations from this meeting can be found at the California Statewide PECAS Model website's library, http://pecas.ultrans.ucdavis.edu/library.

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