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Lego

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hello members
i would like to know if its possible to model realworld scenarios in ArcGis or any other Gis software. I intend to model traffic flow for a junction and am stuck.

i really appreciate any ideas guys. thanx

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Take a look at Geospatial Analysis book (here's the Web version: http://www.spatialan...ne.com/output/), especially the "Network and Location Analysis" and "Geocomputational methods and modeling" chapters, they contain some useful clues about simulation and various tools that can be used.
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Hi Lego,

Welcome to Cartotalk. Using the Network Analyst extension for ArcGIS would be your ESRI option, however there is a specific class of software that suits itself to the incredibly complicated process of transportation modeling. The modelers I work with have used Inro's EMME software as well as PTV's VISUM. Since you are just interested in an intersection VISSIM might be a better solution.

If your needs are rudimentary you might find what you need using ESRI's Network Analyst, however if you want to dive down the rabbit hole of transportation modeling I would suggest PTV.

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