Predictive Modeling and Simulation of Transportation

Transportation and Land-use Modeling

Citilabs' CUBE is an open modeling software used by planners and engineers to analyze the effects of new projects and policies on a city’s transportation network, land-use, and its population. It is used to develop and apply predictive multi-modal transportation models, as part of a city’s overall digital twin, to simulate how changes in infrastructure, operations, technology, and demographics will impact movement and accessibility of a given area. CUBE covers all aspects of transportation to help you better understand the impact before implementation, including:

  • CUBE Voyager for macroscopic movement of people and vehicles
  • CUBE Avenue for mesoscopic traffic modeling
  • CUBE Cargo for freight modeling
  • CUBE Land for land-use modeling
  • CUBE Dynasim for microscopic traffic simulation
  • CUBE Access for metrics on people’s accessibility to valued destinations, such as employment, health services, transportation hubs, and entertainment.

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    CUBE Voyager
    CUBE Voyager provides information on your transportation system today, predicts the status for the next generation, and guides you to optimization.
  • CUBE Land
    CUBE Avenue
    CUBE's ‘in-between’, or mesoscopic, transportation solution allows you to specify the level of detail for vehicle, time, and network inputs.
  • CUBE Avenue
    CUBE Land
    CUBE Land is an econometric land-use allocation model that brings realistic land-transport interactions into the modeling process.
  • CUBE Cargo
    CUBE Cargo
    CUBE Cargo models freight movement to understand the impacts of commodity flows and influence decisions on future infrastructure changes.
  • CUBE Dynasim
    CUBE Dynasim
    CUBE Dynasim is there to help you recreate what you see on the street; it is the most accurate method for modeling every detail of traffic operations.
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    CUBE Access
    Analyze data to calculate an accessibility score to identify gaps in livability and inform community planners and leaders how to address those gaps.