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TREDIS User Map
 
TREDIS is the most widely used tool in North America for assessing the economic impacts of transportation projects.  Organizations that have used TREDIS or commissioned studies using TREDIS:
 

Multi-State and National Organizations

  • American Public Transportation Association
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Appalachian Regional Commission (13-state agency)
  • I-95 Corridor Coalition (9-state consortium)
  • Institute for Trade & Transportation Studies (12-state agency)
  • Midwest High Speed Rail Association
  • Northeast CanAm Connections Committee (4 US States + 5 Canadian Provinces)
  • US Conference of Mayors

State/Provincial Transport Department

  • Arizona DOT – Corridor Analysis
  • California DOT (Caltrans) – Statewide Transportation Plan
  • California High Speed Rail Authority
  • Colorado DOT – Corridor Analysis, Prioritization
  • Connecticut DOT – Long Range Strategy; TIGER Grant
  • Idaho Transportation Department – Corridor Analysis, Prioritization
  • Indiana DOT – Alternatives Analysis
  • Indiana Finance Authority – Toll and Bridge Scenarios
  • Iowa DOT - Custom data analysis for Iowa Freight Transportation Network Optimization Strategy
  • Kansas DOT – Highway Investment Plan; Road Preservation, Passenger Rail Service
  • Kentucky Transportation Cabinet – Bridges, Bicycle Path; TIGER Grants; FASTLANE Grant
  • Maine DOT – Multimodal Statewide Long-Range Plan; Port Projects; TIGER Grant
  • Maryland DOT - Freight Study
  • Massachusetts DOT – Statewide Freight Plan; Commuter Rail; Highway
  • Michigan DOT – Five-Year Highway Plan; Preservation program; Statewide Rail Plan
  • Minnesota DOT – Multimodal Projects
  • Missouri DED – Transportation Projects
  • Missouri DOT – Rail Plan; STIP; Tiger Grants
  • Montana DOT - Airport Study
  • Nebraska Department of Roads – Prioritization
  • Nevada DOT – Freight Plan
  • New Hampshire Rail Authority – Passenger Rail
  • New York State DOT – Corridor Study
  • North Carolina DOT – Highway Prioritization; Short Line Rail Study
  • Ohio DOT – Statewide Planning, Prioritization
  • Ontario MTO – Highway/Rail Corridor Alternative Studies
  • Oregon DOT – Statewide Highway Plan
  • Rhode Island DOT – Bypass Alternative Analysis; FASTLANE Grant; TIGER Grants
  • Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority – Corridor Study
  • Texas DOT – Transportation  Projects
  • Utah Transportation Coalition – Utah's Unified Plan
  • Vermont Agency of Transportation – Rail Projects; TIGER Grants
  • Virginia DOT – Five Year Multimodal Plan; Connectivity Study; Long-Range Transportation Plan
  • Washington State DOT – Project Assessment; TIGER Grant
  • Wisconsin DOT – Short Line Study, Statewide Freight Study, Major Highway Program, Prioritization, Corridor Analysis
  • Department for Transport – New South Wales, Australia – Rail Transit

City, Metropolitan, and Regional Agencies

  • Allegheny County Airport Authority, PA - Airport Study
  • Baltimore Metropolitan Council
  • Bannock Transportation Planning Organization (Bannock County, ID) – Alternatives Analysis; TIGER Grant
  • Boston Region MPO/Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS) - Long Range Transportation Plan; Expansion Studies
  • CMAP (Chicago, IL Region) – Multimodal Plan
  • COMPASS (Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho)
  • Dixon, IL – Reagan Transit Corridor Project
  • Durham, Ontario – Public Transport
  • Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (Philadelphia, PA) – Transit Study
  • Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK – Transit Study
  • Fort Worth, TX – Infrastructure Investment and Fees
  • Gulf Coast Freight Rail District (Houston, TX Region)
  • LaPorte, IN – Hwy Bypass Study (LEAP module)
  • Metro (Portland, OR Region) – Multimodal Plan
  • MetroLinx (Toronto Region) – Rail Transit Electrification
  • Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) - Transit Studies
  • Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities – River Locks and Dam
  • METRA (Chicago, IL Region) – Commuter Rail
  • North Florida TPO (Jacksonville, FL) – Long Range Transportation Plan
  • Pikes Peak Area COG (Colorado Springs) – Prioritization
  • Pima Association of Governments (Tuscon, AZ) – Regional Transportation Plan
  • Port of Portland (OR) – Port Infrastructure
  • RTA (Chicago, IL Region) – Bus System
  • Salt Lake Chamber Utah Mobility Coalition
  • San Francisco MTC – Transportation and Land Use Planning
  • Toronto MetroLinx (Ontario) – Rail and Bus Transit

Universities: Research Studies

  • Jackson State University, Mississippi
  • Purdue University, Indiana
  • Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI)
  • University of Sydney, Institute of Logistics Studies, Australia
  • University of California, Davis
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Iowa
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Michigan
  • University of Southern Maine
  • University of Texas, Austin
  • University of Texas, San Antonio
  • University of West Florida

Classroom Use

  • California State University-Fresno
  • Iowa State University
  • Purdue University
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Shkodra, Albania
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • University of Sydney, Institute of Logistics Studies, Australia
  • University of Texas-Austin
  • University of Wisconsin-Superior
  • Washington State University

Private Sector

  • AECOM
  • Bay Area Council Economic Institute
  • Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
  • CDM Smith
  • Economic Development Research Group, Inc.
  • High Street Consulting
  • Lochmeuller Group
  • Metro Analytics
  • Miley and Associates, Inc.
  • Moore Data LLC
  • Northern Economics, Inc.
  • Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance
  • PRIME AE Group
  • Quetica
  • RQA Group (Regional Quantitative Analysis)
  • RSG
  • Stantec
  • VHB
  • Willdan Financial Service
  • WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

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