The above map shows the sample footprints of DynusT as of 2016. More than 20 states and 50 models have been created by DynusT users.
DynusT is the most widely used DTA model with more than 200 projects/publications by users worldwide due to its superior traffic simulation realism and computational efficiency. DynusT has been used in the following projects. Most of them are large regional networks with daily simulation assignments:
Work zone management (UA, SHRP2 R11, Kittleson, ADOT; TTI, TxDOT; PB, MDOT, Atkins, CDOT; UA,DVRPC )
Interstate highway corridor improvement (TTI, TxDOT, ELPMPO, UA, CDOT)
Value pricing (Atkins, CDOT; ORNL, FHWA; SRF, Mn/DOT, TTI, TxDOT, UA, CDOT/DRCOG)
Evacuation operational planning (Virginia Tech U, VDOT/VDEM; TTI, TxDOT, UA, ADOT; LSU, LDOT; Noblis, FHWA; Univ. of Toronto, Cornell Univ. Jackson State Univ., MDOT, Univ. of Missouri, MDOT)
Integrated Corridor Management modeling (CS, FHWA, MAG, NCSU, NCDOT, MAG)
Regional Strategic Model (Portland Metro, SCAG, DRCOG)
Activity-based model integration (UA, SHRP2 C10; UA, DRCOG; UA, SCAG; FHWA EARP, SHRP-C10 – ARC, GA and MORPC, OH)
Some examples can be found below:
An illustration of various work zone traffic management scenarios in Detroit. Conducted by WSP and funded by Michigan DOT.
DynusT Model created by Portland Metropia, the planning organization in Portland, Oregon. Conducted by Portland Metro.
Simulation of the greater Los Angeles area, encompassing six counties. Conducted by Metropia and project sponsored by SCAG (Southern California Associations of Governments).