One of the most accurate tools that exists, MXD+ more accurately estimates vehicle trip generation in mixed-use developments.
Vehicle Miles Traveled
Per California’s Senate Bill 743, MainStreet provides a full accounting of on-site and surrounding effects of VMT.
MainStreet provides insight about trips by person, not just by auto, for a more complete picture of trip generation by all users.
A Full Accounting
Per SB 743, MXD+ provides a full accounting of on-site and surrounding effects.
Internalization Minimizes Trips
In the comparison slider below, the “before” scenario shows that a large grocery store (serving 3 neighborhoods) creates many inter-neighborhood trips. The “after” scenario shows how three smaller grocery stores (one in each neighborhood) allow those neighborhoods to internalize trips to the grocery store – containing them within those developments, and minimizing any effects on another. This is internalization.
Building on ITE
MainStreet integrates traditional methods within modern knowledge and current practices
MainStreet compares analysis metrics of competing methodologies and scenarios of an individual project
Enhanced sensitivity for more accurate trip generation estimates than traditional methods alone
Intuitive visualizations of MainStreet outputs provide a clear understanding of analysis
A Full Accounting
Per SB 743, MainStreet provides a full accounting of on-site and surrounding effects
MainStreet harnesses the power of Big Data allowing project attributes to be applied anywhere in the United States
Vehicle Trip Generation Accuracy
Higher accuracy means more environmental sensitivity, fewer needs for mitigation, more right-sized developments, and generally more predictable outcomes. MainStreet is one of the most accurate estimation tools that exists today, and it continues our commitment to the most accurate and valuable transportation planning and forecasting services in the industry.
In a recent situation where conventional trip generation methods would have led to a recommendation for a 5-lane roadway in a transit-oriented development, applying MainStreet allowed the client to have confidence that a 3-lane cross-section would provide sufficient capacity while better supporting neighborhood connectivity.
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