Virginia Transportation Modeling and Accessibility Program
Welcome to the Transportation Modeling & Accessibility Program site!
The Virginia Transportation Modeling program (VTM) was created in 2005 and includes all metropolitan and statewide travel demand modeling. VTM is open to the travel demand modeling staff of all state agencies, planning district commissions and metropolitan planning organizations.
To improve the state of the practice of travel demand modeling in Virginia to support both State and MPO travel demand modeling needs.
- Serve as the forum to discuss modeling activities in Virginia
- Assist in the maintenance and enhancement of Modeling Policies and Procedures to promote consistent best practice modeling in Virginia
- Serve as a peer exchange to discuss modeling techniques and procedures
- Sponsor training pertinent to modeling
There are currently 14 Travel Demand Models in Virginia. The models of Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Danville, Fredericksburg, Hampton Roads, Harrisonburg, Lynchburg, Richmond, Roanoke, Winchester, and Virginia Statewide Model are supported by VDOT. The Bristol and Kingsport models are supported by the Tennessee Department of Transportation and the model of Northern Virginia is supported by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. If you have questions about these three models, please contact them.
You can see the model information by click the model regions below.
If you would like to obtain a Travel Demand Model from VDOT, Please fill out the Travel Model Data Request Form (PDF, 99 KB) and return it to the Transportation and Mobility Planning Division of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) or email to the person listed in the Contact.
*Disclaimer: Any person, organization, firm, corporation or other entity using this database does so at its own risk. The Virginia Department of Transportation accepts no liability for any loss suffered by any person, organization, firm, corporation, or other entity from the use of the information in this map. For further details, please review the link.