VISSIM 5.40 User Manual
VISSIM is the leading microscopic simulation program for multi-modal traffic flow modeling. With its unique high level of detail it accurately simulates urban and highway traffic, including cyclists and motorized vehicles. VISSIM is the ideal tool for transportation professionals who want to simulate different traffic scenarios before starting implementation. It thus allows them to find a solution which takes traffic and transportation quality, safety and cost into consideration. As VISSIM combines traffic engineering expertise and state-of-the-art presentation options, even 3D animations, it is not only used by transportation professionals. More and more decision makers and local authorities are choosing VISSIM to convincingly show how effective a projected measure might be, regardless of whether a new road is going to be constructed or a new tram line is being planned. VISSIM therefore offers the unique opportunity to integrate citizens into the decision-making process.
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Important Notice to Users of Previous VISSIM Versions
Base Data for Simulation
Simulation of Pedestrians
Simulation and Test
Output of Results
Evaluation Types for Simulations of Vehicles
VISSIM Programming Interfaces API
Glossary of Files associated with VISSIM
3D model 3DS MAX active add-on automatically button calculation checked color column conflict area conflict marker connector construction element context menu created database deceleration default defined delay DELETE desired speed destination area detector display type distance distribution Double-click dwell Dynamic Assignment editing Emissions enter export filter flow graphics green interstage interval iteration keyframe lane change Left-click length link/connector located managed lane matrix mode mouse mouse-key network elements network file node ofthe output file parameter set parking lot partial routing decision passengers pedestrian pedestrian area polygon position priority rule PT line PT stop PT vehicle queue random seed reduced speed area Right-click route choice segment selected signal control signal group signal head signal program simulation run simulation second static routes steps outlined stop line toolbar traffic travel time section user-defined vehicle class vehicle type VISSIM network VISUM volume window