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.

  • Cube
    Cube est un système logiciel complet, puissant et géré par des scripts pour la conception et l’application de modèles complexes et de simulations de systèmes d’utilisation des transports terrestres. Il est utilisé dans plus de 2 500 sites à travers le monde pour tester et prévoir l’impact des projets et stratégies alternatifs.
  • 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 Land
    CUBE Land is an econometric land-use allocation model that brings realistic land-transport interactions into the modeling process.
  • 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 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.
  • Sugar
    Concevoir, évaluer et hiérarchiser les réseaux de mobilité des projets de transport et de développement économique.