TranSystems provides full-service Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services for  a variety of projects such as long range transportation plans, comprehensive land use plans, regional and statewide transit plans, traffic operations and traffic engineering, safety related (crash/crash rate) analysis, bicycle and pedestrian systems, intermodal facilities planning, freight movement studies, intelligent transportation systems, travel demand model deficiency analysis, origin-to -destination work trips (desire lines), and scenic byway plans. We also develop customized GIS tool applications, suitability models, and three-dimensional rendering and internet GIS solutions.

Our GIS expertise includes: creation of detailed and descriptive thematic maps, vector/raster data creation and modifications, data schema building, interoperability solutions, geospatial enterprise planning, customization of plug-in ArcGIS applications, ArcGIS extensions availability, ArcGIS server configuration and implementation, advanced transportation-specific planning analysis, demographic mapping and analysis, GPS data collection and processing, metadata creation, and ArcGIS to Google Earth integration.
Another application is the use of GIS to display public meeting attendance and public comments by location. This allows the team to get a quick feeling on the representation provided at meetings and whether there are similar themes expressed by representatives of various neighborhoods.
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