TREDIS is offered as a subscription with varying durations and geographic coverage areas, allowing you to maximize its value to our users.
By offering a flexible TREDIS subscription, you select how long you need access to this advanced web-based system. Subscriptions are offered for periods as short as three (3) months and may extend to multiple years as needed. Since it is sometimes difficult to predict how long you will need access, you may always upgrade to a longer subscription term without any penalties, allowing you to maximize your investment.
And all TREDIS subscriptions include comprehensive support and no-charge updates as new versions of TREDIS are made available.
Get more value from TREDIS by leveraging your subscription with DOT, MPO, university, and consulting partners for long range planning and scenario analyses.
The program was designed to enable State DOTs the chance to offer partners to access to their TREDIS subscription for a nominal fee. Since TREDIS provides full user access controls, the DOT and MPOs can either share their analyses or keep them separate and private, as desired.
TREDIS Multimodal Benefit-Cost Analysis tool (MBCA) allows the user to specify which transportation modes and purposes are to be considered, enter project costs and timing, and describe the impacts on transportation factors as a result of the project. The user may also define Public-Private-Partnership inputs. The system then provides a series of reports. The available reports include Benefit-Costs by mode, Benefit-Costs by year, Revenue and Cost Sharing, and the standard Grant Report, in addition to the standard TREDIS Summary Report. Click here to register for access to the free MBCA tool. To view a webinar recording demonstrating the features of TREDIS MBCA, click here.
Free 30-day trial of the full Transportation Economics Suite for a hypothetical geographic area, allowing you to try all TREDIS components, including Economic Impact Analysis (with regional profiles and forecasts), Financial (Cash Flow) Analysis, Fiscal Impact Analysis, and Benefit-Cost Analysis. The full series of TREDIS reports are available. Click here to register for access to the free trial subscription.
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Click here to see a comparison of features among the TREDIS versions.