Countywide Travel Demand Model
The Alameda countywide travel demand model is an essential tool for the CMP planning process. The model allows the Alameda CTC to anticipate and forecast the potential impacts of local land development decisions on the major roadways in the county. The model is periodically updated to be consistent with the most recent land use and socio-economic database of the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and assumptions of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s regional travel demand model. The most recent Alameda countywide travel demand model completed in July 2014 includes land use and transportation assumptions updated to Plan Bay Area and several revised features.
Key features of the model (Pending update)
Final Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZs) - (Pending Updates)
Model Vehicle Volumes (Pending Updates)
Below are the plots of the model volumes for a.m. peak 1-hour, p.m. peak 1-hour, p.m. peak 2-hour, p.m. peak 4-hour and daily for the four Planning Areas of Alameda County. There are separate volume plots for each time period for horizon year for each planning area except for p.m. 2-hour and 4-hour time periods for which the volume plots are combined for all horizon years for each planning area. The volume numbers appear directly on the network roadway links. They are printed quite small, but you can use the Adobe viewer to zoom in on them. The volumes are printed small to show volumes on as many links as possible.
Planning Area 1
Planning Area 2
Planning Area 3
Planning Area 4