Author: James Vaughan

XTMF 1.13 Beta 1 – Now Available

## New Features * Support for VISUM 2024 * Added Telecommuter modelling support for TASHA. * Updated to .Net 8.0 * Added AVX512 acceleration to the ODMath framework. * New Functions for the ODMath framework. * Minor graphical improvements. Download from [Github] Full Changelog: [1.12.1420…1.13.1430-beta1]

XTMF 1.12 – Now Available

You can find the new release for download on at New Features: * Supports EMME 2023. * Updated to .Net 7.0. * Fixed regression in the transit assignment tool. * Improved performance for ExportSubarea tool by adding a max core count. * Improved stability when opening/saving projects on network drives. * Improved performance of

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XTMF 1.11 – Release Candidate 1 Now Available

This release of XTMF 1 continues support for both EMME 4.6 and versions before EMME If you are using EMEME 4.6 please use the toolbox included with XTMF at Modules/TMG_Toolbox_Python3.mtbx. If you are using version of EMME or before, please use the toolbox at Modules/TMG_Toolbox.mtbx. Both toolboxes contain full support for all EMME tools produced

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Travel Modelling Group workshop: Introducing the new Region of York Activity/Travel Demand Model System

May 4 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm York Region developed a new generation of travel demand model, known as activity-based model (ABM). The model simulates daily activities and travel patterns of all individuals in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) area, including York Region, as affected by transportation system level of service. The model was successfully applied

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XTMF 1.9 Available now

New Features: Includes the new modules for GTAModel’s C-19 variant You can find more information on this model variant here Able to read compressed CSV files (.csv.gz) Updated to .Net Framework 4.8 Includes a more flexible implementation for importing transit lines into EMME for backwards compatibility Added a new flag for the auto mode to

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