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CalSIIM Peer Consulting Team Meets in San Francisco

Members of the CalSIIM Peer Consulting Team convened in downtown San Francisco today to review the latest updates to the Statewide Interregional Integrated Land Use, Transportation and Economic model being developed at the Urban Land Use and Transportation Center (ULTRANS), part of UC Davis’ Institute of Transportation Studies. Team members represent modelers from Metropolitan Policy Organizations throughout the state, as well as representatives from the California Energy Commission, the California Air Resources Board, Caltrans and Oregon’s Department of Transportation.

Meeting participants were briefed on the road networks and socio economic data that will be used in the refined travel model; as well as improvements in the general plan data sets, local effects data sets, floor space targets and construction costs that will be used in the statewide PECAS model.

Funding for this model is provided 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 ULTRANS Website, http://ultrans.ucdavis.edu

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