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         COMMUTER MODEL
COMMUTER CHOICE & VOLUNTARY MOBILE SOURCE PROGRAM
        TRAVEL AND EMISSIONS ANALYSIS TOOL




                     Release
                       2.0

                  INPUT LEGEND
                     - REQUIRED INPUT
                     - OPTIONAL INPUT
                     - LOCKED CELLS
                     - PROGRAM-CONTROLLED CELLS
                     - HELP TEXT




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                                                                  Layout




                                 COMMUTER MODEL DATA LAYOUT
                                       (SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW ENTIRE LAYOUT SCREEN)

                                                    GENERAL INPUT SCREENS

     SCENARIO INFORMATION                                   LOCAL DATA                        MODE CHOICE MODEL COEFFICIENTS
   General Information                              Existing Mode Shares                        Choice of:
   Analysis Area Definition                         Existing Trip Length                          National Defaults
   Analysis Area Employment                         Existing Occupancy                            City-Specific Defaults
   TCM Programs Being Analyzed                      Peak Period Info                              User-Specified
                                                    Observed Mode Shifts
                                                    from TCMs (optional)



                                           TCM PROGRAM-RELATED INPUT SCREENS

        SITE-SPECIFIC PROGRAMS                                                         AREA-WIDE PROGRAMS

 SITE ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS (NO TRANSIT)                                      SITE ACCESS & TRANSIT SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS
   Preferential Parking                                                          Preferential Parking
   Bicycle Lockers                                                               Bicycle Lockers
   New Transit Stops                                                             New Transit Stops
                                                                                 More Frequent Transit Service
                                                                                 Faster Transit Service

  FINANCIAL INCENTIVES & PARKING COSTS                                         FINANCIAL INCENTIVES & PARKING COSTS
   Parking Cash-Out                                                             Parking Cash-Out
   Differential Parking Charges                                                 Differential Parking Charges
   Transit Incentives                                                           Transit Incentives

SITE-SPECIFIC EMPLOYER SUPPORT PROGRAMS                                       AREA-WIDE EMPLOYER SUPPORT PROGRAMS
    On-site Transportation Coordinator                                          On-site Transportation Coordinator
    Ridematching                                                                Ridematching
    Outreach and Promotion to Employees                                         Outreach and Promotion to Employees
                                                                                Outreach and Promotion to Employers

      ALTERNATIVE WORK SCHEDULES                                                   ALTERNATIVE WORK SCHEDULES
   Flex-time                                                                    Flex-time
   Compressed Schedules                                                         Compressed Schedules
   Staggered Hours                                                              Staggered Hours
   Telework                                                                     Telework



                                                EMISSIONS-RELATED INPUT SCREENS

       FLEET EMISSIONS INFORMATION (Optional)                                     OTHER EMISSIONS-RELATED DATA (Optional)
    Inputs for Pre-Loaded MOBILE Factors                                         Vehicle Fleet Mix
    Inputs for User-Supplied MOBILE Factors                                      Affected Vehicle Speeds
                                                                                 VMT Mix by Facility Type



                                                        RESULTS SCREEN

                                                             RESULTS
                                                   Mode Shares & Changes
                                                   Trip Changes
                                                   VMT Changes
                                                   Emission Reductions:
                                                             HC (as VOCs)
                                                             CO
                                                             NOx
                                                             PM
                                                             CO2
                                                             Air Toxics




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    A B                         C                             D          E        F            G    H      I                      Status                                      J                                                                        K                    L     M
 1                                                                                                                    SCENARIO INPUTS STATUS
 2
 3                                                          1ST FALSE           STATUS
 4        ACTIVITY IMPACTS ONLY                                 12               FALSE                         Added logic flag for activity impact-related screen inputs. This allows user to view travel impacts only. (5/26/00)
 5        ACTIVITY & EMISSION IMPACTS                           12               FALSE
 6                                                                                                  RANGE                                                                                                                                           CELL                   SCROLL
 7 INPUT SCREEN LOGIC CHECKS                                VARNAME     VALUE         STATUS        LIMITS     MESSAGE                                                                                                                              GO TO                 ROW COL
 8
 9    1 - Scenario Information                                                  FALSE
10
11     1 Saved File:                                      FILENAME       n/a              FALSE                Not part of screen 1 status -- status OK w/o saved file
12     1 Metropolitan Area Size:                          AREASIZE        0               FALSE     1      3   Metropolitan Area Size: Must be between 1 and 3.                                                                                        I29                 15     6
13     1 Analysis Scope:                                  SCOPE           0               FALSE     1      2   Analysis Scope: Must be 1 or 2.                                                                                                         I34                 15     6
14     1 Total Employment:                                EMPTOT          0               FALSE     >0         Total Employment: Must be > 0.                                                                                                        I41:I42               15     6
15     1 Programs Analyzed:                               NPROGS          0               FALSE                Programs Analyzed: At least one program must be checked when you're not supplying final mode shares.                                 G50:G54                47     6
16
17    2 - Local Data                                                            FALSE
18
19     2 Existing Work-Trip Mode Shares:                                0.00%             FALSE    100%        Existing Work-Trip Mode Shares: Must sum to 100%.                                                                                      U70                  57     15
20     2 Final User-Supplied Work-Trip Mode Shares:                     0.00%             TRUE     100%        Final User-Supplied Work-Trip Mode Shares: Must sum to 100% when entered.                                                              Y70                  57     15
21     2 Average Work Trip Length - Person:               LENWAVG         0.0             FALSE      4  30     Average Work Trip Length - Person: Must be between 4 and 30 miles.                                                                     U73                  57     15
22     2 Average Work Trip Length - Vanpool:              LENWVAN         0.0             FALSE      5  30     Average Work Trip Length - Vanpool: Must be between 5 and 30 miles.                                                                    U74                  57     15
23     2 Average Work Trip Length - Bicycle:              LENWBIKE        0.0             FALSE     0.5  8     Average Work Trip Length - Bicycle: Must be between 0.5 and 8 miles.                                                                   U75                  57     15
24     2 Average Work Trip Length - Walk:                 LENWPED         0.0             FALSE     0.2  4     Average Work Trip Length - Walk: Must be between 0.2 and 4 miles.                                                                      U76                  57     15
25     2 Average Carpool Occupancy:                       AVCAROCC        0.0             FALSE      2  3.5    Average Carpool Occupancy: Must be between 2 and 3.5 occupants.                                                                        U79                  57     15
26     2 Average Vanpool Occupancy:                       AVVANOCC        0.0             FALSE      2  12     Average Vanpool Occupancy: Must be between 2 and 12 occupants.                                                                         U80                  57     15
27     2 Length of Peak Period:                           PEAKLEN         0.0             FALSE      2   5     Length of Peak Period: Must be between 2 and 5 hours.                                                                                  U82                  57     15
28     2 Percent Work Trips in Peak Periods:              PEAKWORK        0.0             TRUE      0% 100%    Percent Work Trips in Peak Periods: Must be between 0% and 100%.                                                                       U83                  57     15
29
30    3 - Mode Choice Model Coefficients                                        TRUE                           Hardcoded to TRUE for now.
31
32     3 No Limits checks for coefficients supplied by Cambridge
33
34    4 - Site Access and Transit Service Improvements                          TRUE                           Turned off TRANVMT > 0 per R. Kuzmyak (7/22/99), turned back on per J. Hall (9/9/99)
35
36     4 Site Access - Change in Walk Time:               WALKCNT         0               TRUE     <> 0      Site Access - Change in Walk Time: At least one value must be non-zero when site access improvements analyzed.                     AU142:AU147               135     44
37     4 Site Access - Participation Rate:                WALKPART       0%               TRUE      0   100% Site Access - Participation Rate: Must be between 0% and 100% when site access improvements analyzed.                                AU149                   135     44
38     4 Transit Service Improvements:                    TRANCNT         0               TRUE     <> 0      Transit Service Improvements: At least one value must be non-zero when transit service improvements analyzed.                AU158:AU159,AU162:AU163         152     44
39     4 Transit Data - Daily VMT Increase:               TRANVMT         0               TRUE      >0       Transit Data - Daily VMT Increase: Must be > 0 when transit service improvements analyzed.                                           AU166                   152     44
40     4 Transit Data - Effected Average Speed:           TRANSPD        15               TRUE      5    65 Transit Data - Effected Average Speed: Must be between 5 and 65 mph when transit service improvements analyzed.                       AU167                   152     44
41
42    5 - Financial Incentives and Parking Costs                                TRUE
43
44     5 Change In Costs:                                 COSTCNT         0               TRUE     <> 0      Change In Costs: At least one value must be <> 0 when financial incentives analyzed.                                      BF180:BF182,BG183,BH180:BH185 174          55
45     5 Employer Participation Rate:                     COSTPART       0%               TRUE      0   100% Employer Participation Rate: Must be between 0% and 100% when financial incentives analyzed.                                          BF187             174          55
46
47    6 - Employer Support Programs -- Site-Specific                            TRUE
48
49     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Entry Format:          FMTCNT          0               TRUE               Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Entry Format: Only one must be checked when site-specific employer programs analyzed.                     BR199:BR200              192     69
50     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level:         LEVCNT          0               TRUE               Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level: At least one value must be non-zero when site-specific employer programs analyzed.         BT205:BU208              192     69
51     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level:         LEVMIN          0               TRUE      0        Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level: Minimum allowed level is 0.                                                                BT205:BU208              192     69
52     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level:         LEVMAX          0               TRUE            4 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Program Level: Maximum allowed level is 4.                                                                 BT205:BU208              192     69
53     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase:        INCCNT          0               TRUE               Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase: At least one value must be non-zero when site-specific employer programs analyzed.        BU213:BU216              192     69
54     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase:        INCMIN        0.0%              TRUE      0%       Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase: Minimum allowed rate is 0%.                                                               BU213:BU216              192     69
55     6 Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase:        INCMAX        0.0%              TRUE           10% Site-Specific Emp. Prog - Share Increase: Maximum allowed rate is 10%.                                                              BU213:BU216              192     69
56
57    7 - Employer Support Programs -- Area-Wide                                TRUE
58
59     7 Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate:         PARTCNT         0               TRUE      >0        Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate: At least one rate must be > 0% when area-wide employer programs analyzed.          CG227:CJ230,CG235:CJ238         221     82
60     7 Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate:         PARTMIN        0%               TRUE      0%        Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate: Minimum allowed rate is 0%.                                                        CG227:CJ230,CG235:CJ238         221     82
61     7 Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate:         PARTMAX        0%               TRUE           100% Area-Wide Emp Prog - Participation Rate: Maximum allowed rate is 100%.                                                      CG227:CJ230,CG235:CJ238         221     82
62
63    8 - Alternative Work Schedules                                            TRUE
64
65     8 Alt Work Schedules - Telecommute Days/Week: TELEDAYS            0.0              TRUE       0     5 Alt Work Schedules - Telecommute Days/Week: Must be between 0 and 5 days when alternate work schedules analyzed.                      CU248                  243     93
66     8 Alt Work Schedules - Flex Time Trip Shift:       PFLEXOP        0%               TRUE      0%   100% Alt Work Schedules - Flex Time Trip Shift: Must be between 0% and 100% when alternate work schedules analyzed.                       CU249                  243     93
67     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Entry Format:              ALTCNT          0               TRUE                Alt. Work Schedules - Entry Format: Only one must be checked when alternate work schedules analyzed.                               CP255:CP256              243     93
68     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates:         ELCNT           0               TRUE                Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates: At least one value must be non-zero when alternate work schedules analyzed.               CU263:CV267              243     93
69     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates:         ELMIN          0%               TRUE      0%        Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates: Minimum allowed rate is 0%.                                                               CU263:CV267              243     93
70     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates:         ELMAX          0%               TRUE           100% Alt. Work Schedules - Eligibility Rates: Maximum allowed rate is 100%.                                                             CU263:CV267              243     93
71     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates:       APCNT           0               TRUE                Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates: At least one value must be non-zero when alternate work schedules analyzed.             CU275:CV279              270     93
72     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates:       APMIN          0%               TRUE      0%        Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates: Minimum allowed rate is 0%.                                                             CU275:CV279              270     93
73     8 Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates:       APMAX          0%               TRUE           100% Alt. Work Schedules - Participation Rates: Maximum allowed rate is 100%.                                                           CU275:CV279              270     93
74
75    9 - Fleet Emissions Information                                           FALSE
76
77     9 Emission Inputs - Calendar Year:                 CY              0               FALSE              Emission Inputs - Calendar Year: Must be either 2007, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2019, or 2021.                                               DG291                 286 108
78     9 Emission Inputs - Season:                        SEASON          0               FALSE     S      W Emission Inputs - Season: Must be either S (summer) or W (winter).                                                                   DG292                 286 108
79     9 Emission Inputs - Climate Type:                  CLIMATE         0               FALSE     1      3 Emission Inputs - Climate Type: Must be either 1 (mild), 2 (moderate), or 3 (severe).                                                DG293                 286 108
80     9 Emission Inputs - I/M Program Type:              IMTYPE          0               FALSE     0      3 Emission Inputs - I/M Program Type: Must be either 0 (no I/M), 1 (basic I/M), 2 (enhanced I/M), or 3 (OBD only).                     DG294                 286 108
81     9 Emission Inputs - Fuel Type:                     GASTYPE         0               FALSE     C      R Emission Inputs - Fuel Type: Must be either C (conventional gas) or R (reformulated gas).                                            DG295                 286 108
82     9 Emission Inputs - PADD:                          PADD            0               FALSE     1      5 Emission Inputs - PADD: Must be either 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.                                                                             DG296                 286 108
83     9 Emission Inputs - User-Supplied EFs Checkbox: EFOPT              0               TRUE                                                                                                                                                    DH315                 313 108
                                                                                                             Emission Inputs - User-Supplied EFs Checkbox: You must first import your own emission factors from the File menu (Import Emission Factors) before you can activate this option.
84     9 Emission Inputs - User-Supplied Calendar Year: CYU               0               TRUE     1960 2050 Emission Inputs - User-Supplied Calendar Year: Must be between 1960 and 2050 when user-supplied emission factors box is checked.     DG318                 313 108
85     9 Emission Inputs - User-Supplied Calendar Year: CYU               0               TRUE               Emission Inputs - User-Supplied Calendar Year: Year not found in user-supplied emission factors file.                                DG318                 313 108
86
87    10 - Other Emissions-Related Data                                         FALSE
88
89     # Other Emissions Data - Fleet VMT Mix:                          0.00%             FALSE    75% 100% Other Emissions Data - Fleet VMT Mix: Sum must be between 75% and 100%.                                                                  DS330                324    117
90     # Other Emissions Data - VMT by Facility Type:                   0.00%             FALSE    100%     Other Emissions Data - VMT by Facility Type: Must sum to 100%.                                                                           DS348                324    117
91     # Other Emissions Data - Freeway Peak Speed: SPDPPFW1               0              FALSE      5  65 Other Emissions Data - Freeway Peak Speed: Must be between 5 and 65 mph.                                                                  DS342                324    117
92     # Other Emissions Data - Freeway Off-Peak Speed:   SPDOPFW1         0              FALSE      5  65 Other Emissions Data - Freeway Off-Peak Speed: Must be between 5 and 65 mph.                                                              DS343                324    117
93     # Other Emissions Data - Arterial Peak Speed:      SPDPPNF1         0              FALSE      5  65 Other Emissions Data - Arterial Peak Speed: Must be between 5 and 65 mph.                                                                 DS344                324    117
94     # Other Emissions Data - Arterial Off-Peak Speed: SPDOPNF1          0              FALSE      5  65 Other Emissions Data - Arterial Off-Peak Speed: Must be between 5 and 65 mph.                                                             DS345                324    117

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   B  C                      D                  E                                                    F                                       G
9 DEFAULT VALUES: LOCAL DATA
10
11         Parameter                           Value       Source of Default Data
12
13   Existing Work-Trip Mode Shares
14         Auto - Drive Alone                    78.2%     2000 Census
15         Auto - Carpool                        12.1%     2000 Census (2 to 4 person carpool)
16         Vanpool                                0.5%     2000 Census (5+ person carpool)
17         Transit                                4.9%     2000 Census
18         Bicycle                                0.4%     2000 Census
19         Walk                                   3.0%     2000 Census
20         Other                                  0.8%     2000 Census
21         Total                                100.0%
22
23   Work Trip Length (mi)
24         Average person-trip length               12.2 Calculated to be consistent w/trip lengths by mode and mode shares

25           Average vehicle-trip length            12.7   Calculated based on DA, Carpool, and Vanpool mode shares, trip lengths, and AVO
26           Average for Auto-Drive Alone           12.7   2001 NHTS
27           Average for Carpool                    12.0   2001 NHTS (2 to 4 person carpool)
28           Average for Vanpool                    20.4   2001 NHTS (5+ person carpool)
29           Average for Transit                    11.7   2001 NHTS
30           Average for Bicycle                     2.9   2001 NHTS
31           Average for Walk                        0.9   2001 NHTS
32           Average for Other                      12.1   2001 NHTS
33
34           Carpool Circuity Factor                1.00
35           Vanpool Circuity Factor                1.10
36
37      Vehicle Occupancy
38           Average Carpool Occupancy              2.25 2000 census (AVO for 2 to 4 person carpools)
39           Average Vanpool Occupancy              7.19 2001 NHTS
40
41      Length of Peak Period (Hours)               3.0 1995 NPTS
42      Percent of Work Trips in Peak Period     61.4% Update from R. Kuzmyak 7/20/99
43
44      Baseline Travel Speeds (mph)
45           Peak Period - Freeway                  50.5   Analysis of 2002 HPMS data   (Note: depends on selected urban area size)
46           Peak Period - Arterial                 24.2   Analysis of 2002 HPMS data   (Note: depends on selected urban area size)
47           Off-Peak Period - Freeway              56.4   Analysis of 2002 HPMS data   (Note: depends on selected urban area size)
48           Off-Peak Period - Arterial             26.0   Analysis of 2002 HPMS data   (Note: depends on selected urban area size)
49
50           Average Transit Vehicle Speed          14.8 APTA 2002 Transit Statistics
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   I            J                 K             L          M              N          O             P      Q       R   S
9 MISCELLANEOUS DATA FOR DEVELOPING DEFAULTS
10
11    2000 Census Commute Mode Shares                               Work Trip Length by Mode Share -- 2001 NHTS
12    Mode                    Reported Exc. WAH                                  Avg. Trip length (miles)
13    Auto - Drive Alone         75.70%        78.25%               SOV                12.7
14    Auto - Carpool             11.71%        12.11%               Carpool            12.0
15    Vanpool                     0.48%         0.49%               Vanpool            20.4
16    Transit                     4.73%         4.89%               Transit            11.7
17    Bicycle                     0.38%         0.39%               Ped                 0.9
18    Walk                        2.93%         3.03%               Other              12.1
19    Other                       0.81%         0.84%               Total              12.1
20    Work at Home                3.26%
21    Total                    100.00%       100.00%
22    Total Exc. WAH             96.74%
23
24    Carpools/Vanpools - 2000 Census
                                                         Ratio to
25    Size                    Percent       Avg. TT      SOV TT
26    SOV                          75.50          24.1         1.00
27    2 person                      9.43          27.0         1.12
28    3 person                      1.68          31.3         1.30
29    4 person                      0.60          37.1         1.54
30    5+ person                     0.48
31    Total                        12.19
32    AVO ( 2 - 4)                  2.25 persons/vehicle
33
34    Percent Work Trips in Peak Period -- 1995 NPTS
35    Time                 Total         Percent
36
37          6:00 - 8:59 AM 15,982,062           29.3%
38          4:00 - 6:59 PM 13,796,940           25.3%
39      Total peak Period 29,779,002            54.5%
40    Total                 54,620,082         100.0%
41
42    Default Speeds -- Based on Analysis of HPMS Data
43                                                   Urban Area Size
44                         Highway Type       > 2M     750k to 2M      < 750k
45    Peak Period          Freeway                40.2         46.8         50.5
46                         Signalized Arterial    22.6         23.2         24.2
47                         Combined               37.0         32.9         32.5
48
49    Off-Peak             Freeway                49.0         54.7         56.4
50                         Signalized Arterial    25.1         25.5         26.0
51                         Combined               34.7         37.0         35.3
52
53    Daily                Freeway                44.9         51.1         53.7
54                         Signalized Arterial    24.0         24.5         25.2
55                         Combined               32.6         35.2         34.1
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    I           J                  K             L             M              N           O            P           Q        R   S
58 DEFAULT VALUES: LOOKUP TABLES
59
60    Program:               Carpool, Vanpool, Transit, Bicycle
61
62    Increase in Percent Using Mode by Program Level
63
64                                                Carpool Program Level
65    Type of Workplace            0             1              2              3           4                    [CARLEV]
66    Office                    0.00%         0.40%          1.00%          2.00%       4.00%                   [CAROFF]
67    Non-Office                0.00%         0.20%          0.40%          1.40%       2.00%                   [CARNON]
68
69                                                Vanpool Program Level
70    Type of Workplace            0             1              2              3           4                    [VANLEV]
71    Office                    0.00%         0.40%          1.00%          2.00%       4.00%                   [VANOFF]
72    Non-Office                0.00%         0.20%          0.40%          1.40%       2.00%                   [VANNON]
73
74                                                 Transit Program Level
75    Type of Workplace            0             1              2              3           4                    [TRANLEV]
76    Office                    0.00%         0.20%          0.50%          1.50%       2.00%                   [TRANOFF]
77    Non-Office                0.00%         0.20%          0.50%          1.50%       2.00%                   [TRANNON]
78
79                                                 Bicycle Program Level
80    Type of Workplace            0             1              2              3           4                    [BIKELEV]
81    Office                    0.00%         0.20%          0.50%          1.50%       2.00%                   [BIKEOFF]
82    Non-Office                0.00%         0.10%          0.25%          0.75%       1.00%                   [BIKENON]
83
84
85    Program:               Alternative Work Schedules/Telecommuting
86
87                                     Percent Shifted (of percent eligible)
                                                                           Stagger       Tele-
88    Type of Workplace       Flex Time 4/40 Hours 9/80 Hours               Hours      commute
89    Office                          22%           22%           11%            22%      10.0%
90    Non-Office                       0%            0%             0%             5%      0.0%
91
92                             FLEXOFF       H440OFF        H980OFF STAGOFF TELEOFF
93                             FLEXNON H440NON H980NON STAGNON TELENON
94
      Telecommute: Avg.
95    Days/Week                        1.5
96                              DEFTELE
97
98    Percent of Trips Shifted From Peak to Off-Peak -- from Sierra Research guidance
99      (Applies to flex time and staggered hours)
100
101                           Assumed                          Average Time Shift (hours)
         Length of Peak
102        Period (hrs)           1.5                1.0            1.5            2.0       2.5          3.0
103            2.0                 28.7%         13.9%          28.7%          47.5%      66.3%        81.2%
104            2.5                 19.2%           9.5%         19.2%          32.3%      47.5%        62.7%
105            3.0                 13.9%           7.1%         13.9%          23.2%      34.7%        47.5%
106            3.5                 10.6%           5.6%         10.6%          17.6%      26.3%        36.5%
107            4.0                   8.5%          4.6%           8.5%         13.9%      20.6%        28.7%
108            4.5                   7.1%          3.9%           7.1%         11.3%      16.7%        23.2%
109            5.0                   6.0%          3.3%           6.0%           9.5%     13.9%        19.2%
110
111          [PEAKLENA] [SHIFTPER]
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     U         V                 W                       X           Y            Z            AA            AB              AC        AD   AE
114 DEFAULT TIME AND COST COEFFICIENTS
115
116    DEFAULTS BY AREA SIZE                                       IVTT                OVTT                         Cost
                                                                                          Transit --       Auto -          Transit -
117   Area Size              Metro Area Size                    All Modes     Walk Time      Wait         Parking            Fare
118   Large                  more than 2,000,000                 -0.0253       -0.0473     -0.0466        -0.0056          -0.0040
119   Medium                 750,000 to 2,000,000                -0.0253       -0.0473     -0.0466        -0.0056          -0.0040
120   Small                  less than 750,000                   -0.0253       -0.0473     -0.0466        -0.0056          -0.0040
121
122
123   CITY-SPECIFIC DEFAULTS                                       IVTT                OVTT                         Cost
                                                                                          Transit --       Auto -          Transit -
124   City                   Area Size                 Year     All Modes     Walk Time      Wait         Parking            Fare
125   Albuquerque                                      1992      -0.0209       -0.0219     -0.0978        -0.0031          -0.0031
126   Atlanta                                          2002      -0.0256       -0.0639     -0.0256        -0.0031          -0.0013
127   Baltimore                                        1993      -0.0300       -0.0750     -0.0750        -0.0043          -0.0043
128   Boston                                           1991      -0.0314       -0.0330     -0.0550        -0.0173          -0.0083
129   Chicago                                          1990      -0.0282       -0.0440     -0.0960        -0.0021          -0.0008
130   Cleveland                                        1994      -0.0178       -0.0444     -0.0378        -0.0034          -0.0024
131   Columbus                                         1999      -0.0213       -0.0640     -0.0465        -0.0016          -0.0016
132   Dallas                                           1996      -0.0544       -0.0640     -0.0640        -0.0056          -0.0055
133   Denver                                           1997      -0.0180       -0.0540     -0.0180        -0.0014          -0.0012
134   Detroit                                          1996      -0.0512       -0.0186     -0.0186        -0.0041          -0.0041
135   Houston                                          1985      -0.0220       -0.0568     -0.0568        -0.0154          -0.0061
136   Los Angeles                                      1996      -0.0450       -0.1073     -0.0423        -0.0025          -0.0025
137   Milwaukee                                        1991      -0.0157       -0.0412     -0.0412        -0.0045          -0.0045
138   New York                                         1996      -0.0113       -0.0380     -0.0554        -0.0004          -0.0004
139   Philadelphia                                     1986      -0.0391       -0.0316     -0.0511        -0.0026          -0.0012
140   Phoenix                                          1991      -0.0167       -0.0206     -0.0304        -0.0053          -0.0053
141   Portland                                         1994      -0.0394       -0.0646     -0.0397        -0.0135          -0.0135
142   Reno                                             1991      -0.0275       -0.0550     -0.0550        -0.0167          -0.0067
143   Sacramento                                       2001      -0.0250       -0.0380     -0.0380        -0.0026          -0.0026
144   San Diego                                        1995      -0.0250       -0.0500     -0.0250        -0.0069          -0.0026
145   San Francisco                                    1990      -0.0333       -0.0931     -0.0523        -0.0021          -0.0021
146   San Juan                                         1990      -0.0366       -0.0717     -0.0752        -0.0066          -0.0066
147   Santa Cruz                                       1990      -0.0163       -0.0325     -0.0325        -0.0045          -0.0036
148   Seattle                                          1990      -0.0176       -0.0206     -0.0155        -0.0024          -0.0024
149   Tucson                                           2000      -0.0178       -0.0400     -0.0200        -0.0018          -0.0018
150   Washington D.C.                                  1994      -0.0300       -0.0750     -0.0750        -0.0043          -0.0043
151
152
      SOURCE OF COEFFICIENTS
153   Based on 2005 review of metro area model coefficients from throughout U.S. A few coefficients with unreasonably high or low values
154   have been replaced with estimates of more reasonable values (see documentation for details). Average are computed with these
155   outliers removed.
156
157   IVTT values are averaged based on 2000 commute mode share, for models in which different coefficients were calculated for different
158   modes. Transit walk and wait time coefficients are averaged by household income distribution from the 2000 Census, for areas which
159   calculated different coefficients by income class.
160
161   COMMUTER Version 1.0 provided different average values of coefficients by metro area size. The review conducted for the
162   COMMUTER 2.0 update (2005) did not find significant differences in average values by area size, so only a single default average is
163   provided. The "large," "medium," and "small" area size lines are provided to retain the existing model structure.
164
      See the COMMUTER model documentation for additional documentation of coefficient sources and calculation procedures.
165
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                                           Defaults




       AG      AH       AI     AJ                  AK       AL       AM       AN      AO
184   EMISSIONS-RELATED DEFAULTS
185
186
187   MOBILE6 National Default VMT Mixes
188   VType               2007       2009          2010     2013     2019     2021
189   1     LDGV         0.4488     0.4171        0.4029   0.3675   0.3241   0.3183
190   2     LDGT1        0.0932     0.0987        0.1012   0.1073   0.1147   0.1157
191   3     LDGT2        0.3111     0.3295        0.3376   0.3580   0.3829   0.3863
192   4     LDGT3        0.0954     0.1010        0.1035   0.1098   0.1173   0.1184
193   5     LDGT4        0.0425     0.0450        0.0461   0.0489   0.0523   0.0528
194   14    LDDV         0.0005     0.0003        0.0003   0.0003   0.0003   0.0003
195   15    LDDT12       0.0016     0.0016        0.0016   0.0017   0.0019   0.0019
196   28    LDDT34       0.0005     0.0005        0.0006   0.0006   0.0006   0.0006
197   24    MC           0.0063     0.0061        0.0061   0.0059   0.0058   0.0057
198
199           Check        1.000      1.000       1.000    1.000    1.000    1.000
200
201   MOBILE6 Default Percent of VMT by Facility Type
202         Freeway      0.3421
203         Arterial     0.4978
204         Local Road 0.1305
205         Ramp         0.0297
206




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      AQ      AR     AS      AT            AU        AV    AW   AX
208        MISCELLANEOUS LOOKUPS
209
210               AREASIZE LOOKUP TABLE
211                      1 Large (over 2 million)
212                      2 Medium (750,000 to 2 million)
213                      3 Small (under 750,000)
214
215
216               SHORT AREASIZE LOOKUP TABLE
217                     1 Large Area
218                     2 Medium Area
219                     3 Small Area
220
221
222               ANALYSIS SCOPE LOOKUP TABLE




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                                                    SCENARIO INFORMATION

                     Field                            Data                                              Notes

         Scenario Information
            Scenario Filename                                                   Filename of scenario stored on disk
            User EFs Filename                                                   User-supplied MOBILE emission factors (if used)

            Description                                                         Title to further identify the scenario (optional)

         General Information
           Performing Agency                                                    Name of your organization (optional)
           Address                                                              Address of your organization (optional)
           Analyst                                                              Your name (optional)
           Metropolitan Area                                                    Name of city/area being modeled (optional)
                                                                                1 = Large (Over 2 million) 2 = Medium (750,000
            Metropolitan Area Size
                                                                                to 2 million) 3 = Small (Under 750,000)


            Metropolitan Area Size is a required input. The program retrieves default freeway and arterial travel speeds for the
            area size input by the user. However, these defaults for Large, Medium and Small metropolitan areas may not be
            as accurate as locally-derived travel speed data. These default travel speeds can be overridden in the "Edit Other
            Emissions-Related Data" screen.


         Definition of Analysis Area
                                                                                1 = Area-Wide (Metropolitan Area, County, etc) 2
            Analysis Scope
                                                                                = Site or Employer-Based
            Analysis Area/Site                                                  Name of analysis area evaluated (optional)
                                                                                1 = CBD (Central Business District) 2 = Other
            Analysis Area Type
                                                                                High-Density Commercial 3 = Other

            The COMMUTER model can be used to evaluate commuter choice programs on both an urban area-wide and
            individual employer (or site-specific) basis. The Analysis Scope input controls whether the model calculates area-
            wide or site-specific impacts of commuter choice programs.


         Employment in Analysis Area
                                                                                Refers to "traditional" professional office space
            Office Employment
                                                                                employment
                                                                                Manufacturing, warehousing, retail, medical,
            Non-Office Employment                                               educational, entertainment and other employment-
                                                                                generating land uses
            Total Employment                                               -

            The COMMUTER model may generate abnormally large mode shifts under a regional or area-wide analysis
            scenario if realistic limits are not applied in estimating the affected employment input above. For site-specific
            analysis, enter the employment of the workplace being analyzed. For area-wide analysis, the user is encouraged to
            consult Section 3.1 of the COMMUTER Model User Manual for more detailed guidance on estimating affected
            employment inputs for region being modeled.



         Programs (Mark All Programs Being Analyzed with an "X")
                                                                                Includes preferential parking, improved access to
             1. Site Walk Access Improvements
                                                                                transit
                                                                                Includes more frequent and/or faster transit
             2. Transit Service Improvements
                                                                                service
                                                                                Includes parking costs, transit fare/pass
             3. Financial Incentives
                                                                                subsidies, or other financial incentives
                                                                                Includes support programs for carpooling,
             4. Employer Support Programs
                                                                                vanpooling, transit, and/or bicycling
                                                                                Includes flex time, telecommuting, staggered
             5. Alternative Work Schedules
                                                                                work hours, and/or compressed work weeks




COMMUTER Model                                                Scenario Inputs                                                       7/7/2011 6:46 PM
                                                               LOCAL DATA

                                                                     Baseline (Existing)
                                                          Use               Data
                                                        Default       Local     Default

        Work-Trip Mode Shares                                                                Supply Final Mode Shares?
          Auto - Drive Alone                                                         78.2%
          Auto - Carpool                                                             12.1%
          Vanpool                                                                     0.5%
          Transit                                                                     4.9%
          Bicycle                                                                     0.4%
          Walk                                                                        3.0%
          Other                                                                       0.8%
          Total                                                         0.0%        100.0%

        Work Trip Length (mi)
          Average person-trip length                                                 12.2
          Average trip length -- vanpool                                             20.4
          Average trip length -- bicycle                                              2.9
          Average trip length -- walk                                                 0.9

        Vehicle Occupancy
          Average Carpool Occupancy                                                   2.3
          Average Vanpool Occupancy                                                   7.2

        Length of Peak Period (hours)                                                 3.0
        Percent of Work Trips in Peak Periods                                       61.4%

        Baseline mode share, trip length, average occupancy and peak period data representing local conditions are entered in this
        input screen. From these inputs and data entered in the "Mode Choice Model Coefficients" screen, the COMMUTER model
        internally calculates final mode shares and travel changes resulting from TCM programs selected. If you want to supply your
        own estimates of final mode shares (such as might be obtained from employee survey data), mark the box labeled "Supply Final
        Mode Shares" (with an "X"). When this option is selected, the COMMUTER model displays an additional series of input cells
        below the box where final mode share inputs can be entered. Remember, these final mode shares should reflect work -trip
        mode choice after implementation of the TCM programs you're currently analyzing and override the mode share calculations
        made by the model.

        The peak period includes the morning and evening time periods when highways are most congested. These periods may be
        defined differently in different areas. For the default "percent of work trips in peak period" provided, the AM peak is defi ned as
        6:00 to 9:00 AM and the PM peak as 4:00 to 7:00 PM. The same peak period should be used for reporting percent of work trips
        in peak period and affected vehicle speeds (which are entered later in the "Other Emissions -Related Data" screen).

        "Length of peak period" refers to the length (in hours) of the AM or PM peak period. If the AM and PM peak periods are different
        lengths, this can be an average of the two lengths.

        "Percent of work trips in peak period" should also be reported as an average for the AM and PM peak periods combined. For
        example, assume there are 200,000 and 300,000 total vehicle trips in the AM and PM peak periods, respectively. If the number
        of work trips are 150,000 in the AM peak and 250,000 in the PM peak, then the percentage of work trips in peak period is
        (150,000 + 250,000) / (200,000 + 300,000) = 80%.




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                                               MODE CHOICE MODEL COEFFICIENTS

              DEFAULTS BY AREA SIZE                      IVTT (min)     OVTT (min)                       Cost (cents)
      Check


                                                                              Transit --              Auto -     Transit -
                                                         All Modes Walk Time    Wait                 Parking       Fare
              All Areas                                      -0.0253  -0.0473    -0.0466               -0.0056      -0.0040

              User-Specified

              Coefficients Used:   Boston                    -0.0314        -0.0330      -0.0550       -0.0173       -0.0083

      Mode choice model coefficients are entered in this screen. The program retrieves default coefficients based on national
      average from numerous cities' models. However, these defaults are typically not as accurate as city-specific coefficients
      developed for many communities across the country. City-specific coefficients for a number of cities based on a review of
      current literature and existing travel demand models are provided for use within the model and can be viewed by scrolling dow n
      below this help box. The user is encouraged to utilize these local coefficients for the specific city being modeled (if avai lable) in
      lieu of the defaults by simply checking the box next to the appropriate city. The user is also encouraged to contact their l ocal
      transportation planning agency to ensure the values cited are up-to-date or to obtain coefficients for cities not listed in these
      tables.

      When applying user-specified values, be aware that most models generally use input travel/wait time coefficients in MINUTES
      and cost-related coefficients in CENTS. Mode choice models such as the TDM model then internally convert the values of
      these coefficients to match the units of the travel/wait time or cost inputs. The COMMUTER model has also been programmed
      to apply a conversion factor to the Auto Parking and Transit Fare cost coefficients (in cents) when used with financial incen tive
      inputs in units of DOLLARS per vehicle per day. When inputting your own coefficients, make sure the travel/wait time
      coefficients are in MINUTES and the cost-related coefficients are in CENTS.

      Note to previous COMMUTER users: In COMMUTER Version 2.0, metropolitan area size is no longer used to select the
      default mode choice coefficients. A review of recently developed coefficients found that these coefficients do not show a
      significant variation by area size.




              CITY-SPECIFIC DEFAULTS                        IVTT               OVTT                          Cost
      Check




                                                                                  Transit --          Auto -      Transit -
              City                              Year     All Modes     Walk Time    Wait             Parking        Fare
              Albuquerque                       1992         -0.0209      -0.0219    -0.0978           -0.0031       -0.0031
              Atlanta                           2002         -0.0256      -0.0639    -0.0256           -0.0031       -0.0013
              Baltimore                         1993         -0.0300      -0.0750    -0.0750           -0.0043       -0.0043
              Boston                            1991         -0.0314      -0.0330    -0.0550           -0.0173       -0.0083
              Chicago                           1990         -0.0282      -0.0440    -0.0960           -0.0021       -0.0008
              Cleveland                         1994         -0.0178      -0.0444    -0.0378           -0.0034       -0.0024
              Columbus                          1999         -0.0213      -0.0640    -0.0465           -0.0016       -0.0016
              Dallas                            1996         -0.0544      -0.0640    -0.0640           -0.0056       -0.0055
              Denver                            1997         -0.0180      -0.0540    -0.0180           -0.0014       -0.0012
              Detroit                           1996         -0.0512      -0.0186    -0.0186           -0.0041       -0.0041
              Houston                           1985         -0.0220      -0.0568    -0.0568           -0.0154       -0.0061
              Los Angeles                       1996         -0.0450      -0.1073    -0.0423           -0.0025       -0.0025
              Milwaukee                         1991         -0.0157      -0.0412    -0.0412           -0.0045       -0.0045
              New York                          1996         -0.0113      -0.0380    -0.0554           -0.0004       -0.0004
              Philadelphia                      1986         -0.0391      -0.0316    -0.0511           -0.0026       -0.0012
              Phoenix                           1991         -0.0167      -0.0206    -0.0304           -0.0053       -0.0053
              Portland                          1994         -0.0394      -0.0646    -0.0397           -0.0135       -0.0135
              Reno                              1991         -0.0275      -0.0550    -0.0550           -0.0167       -0.0067
              Sacramento                        2001         -0.0250      -0.0380    -0.0380           -0.0026       -0.0026
              San Diego                         1995         -0.0250      -0.0500    -0.0250           -0.0069       -0.0026
              San Francisco                     1990         -0.0333      -0.0931    -0.0523           -0.0021       -0.0021
              San Juan                          1990         -0.0366      -0.0717    -0.0752           -0.0066       -0.0066
              Santa Cruz                        1990         -0.0163      -0.0325    -0.0325           -0.0045       -0.0036
              Seattle                           1990         -0.0176      -0.0206    -0.0155           -0.0024       -0.0024
              Tucson                            2000         -0.0178      -0.0400    -0.0200           -0.0018       -0.0018
              Washington D.C.                   1994         -0.0300      -0.0750    -0.0750           -0.0043       -0.0043




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                                   SITE ACCESS & TRANSIT SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS

         I. Site Access Improvements



                                                    Change in
                                                   Walk Access
            Mode:                                   Time (min)
            Drive Alone
            Carpool
            Vanpool
            Transit
            Bicycle
            Pedestrian

            Employer Participation Rate:

         "Change in Walk Access Time" represents the difference in walking time associated with travel to or from the workplace
         as a result of worksite access changes. Walking time includes the time taken to walk from a parking lot or a bus stop to
         the actual worksite. Walk access time can be affected through policies such as preferential parking for carpools and
         vanpools or through improvements to the worksite or area which make access to transit easier. A decrease in walk
         access time for any particular mode should be entered as a negative value.

         "Employer participation rate" refers to the percent of employers in the analysis area implementing the walk access
         improvements. (This option is not necessary for site-specific analysis because the "participation rate" is 100%.)



         II. Transit Service Improvements


         IIa. More Frequent Service
             Change in avg. headway (min)
             Employment Served (% of area)

         IIb. Faster Service
             Change in route travel time (min)
             Employment Served (% of area)

         Transit Operating Data
            Increase in daily VMT by Transit
            Vehicles
            Average speed of affected transit
            vehicles (mph)
            Default average speed                       14.8
            Check here to use default transit
            speed

         "Change in average headway" refers to the average change in frequency of service for transit service to the employment
         center or analysis area. An increase in service frequency is entered as a negative number. For example, if peak period
         transit service frequency increases from 20-minute to 15-minute intervals, the change in average headway would be
         entered as "-5.0".

         "Change in route travel time" refers to the average change in total route travel time for all transit service to the area. A
         decrease in travel time is entered as a negative number. For example, if new express bus service decreases the overall
         route travel time by 5 minutes, this would be entered as "-5.0".

         "Employment served" refers to the percent of employment in the analysis area which is served by the improved transit
         service. (This option is not available for site-specific analysis).

         "Increase in daily VMT by transit vehicles" refers to the additional transit vehicle-miles of travel as a result of the
         improved transit service. Refer to Section 4.1 of the COMMUTER Model User Manual for guidance on how to calculate
         this parameter.




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                                       FINANCIAL INCENTIVES AND PARKING COSTS


                                               Change In Daily Cost:
                                                                        Other
                                                                      Financial    Total Change
                                     Parking Cost Fare Cost ($/       Cost ($/           ($/
            Mode:                     ($/vehicle)  person/RT)        person/RT)     person/RT)
            Drive Alone                                                            $         -
            Carpool                                                                $         -
            Vanpool                                                                $         -
            Transit                                                                $         -
            Bicycle                                                                $         -
            Pedestrian                                                             $         -

            Employer
            Participation Rate:

         "Financial incentives and parking costs" may include higher parking charges for single-occupant vehicles, reduced
         parking fees for carpools or vanpools, transit subsidies such as free monthly passes, or other financial incentives for
         specific modes. A decrease in cost is entered as a negative number. For example, provision of a transit pass valued
         at $30 a month would be entered as a change in fare cost of -$1.50 ($30 / 20 days). The cost change inputs are
         entered on a daily basis.

         "Employer participation rate" refers to the percent of employers in the analysis area offering these incentives to their
         employees. (This option is not required for site-specific analysis because the "participation rate" is 100%.)




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                            EMPLOYER SUPPORT PROGRAMS FOR ALTERNATIVE MODES
                                          SITE-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS


         Entry Format (check one only):            "Program Level" and "Mode Share Increase" input options are mutually
            Specify Program Level                  exclusive. You enter input data for either one or the other based on which
            Specify Mode Share Increase            Entry Format box you check to the left. See the help box below for an
                                                   explanation of each input.
            Specify Program Level:

            Program                                 Existing      New
            Carpool
            Vanpool
            Transit
            Bicycle

            Specify Mode Share Increase:

            Program                                 Existing    Increase      New
            Carpool                                   0.0%                    0.0%
            Vanpool                                   0.0%                    0.0%
            Transit                                   0.0%                    0.0%
            Bicycle                                   0.0%                    0.0%

         "Employer Support Programs" include programs such as provision for an on-site transportation coordinator, ridematching,
         transit information, and other actions aside from time and cost incentives which encourage employees to utilize alternative
         modes. Two entry options are available for site-specific analysis:

         (1) Specify existing and new program levels for Carpool, Vanpool, Transit, and Bicycle program support. A program level
         of "0" represents no program. Program levels of "1" through "4" indicate varying levels of effort for the programs, which
         are described briefly below and in more detail in Section 4.3 of the COMMUTER Model User Manual.
            Level 1 = Provision of information activities plus a quarter-time transportation coordinator
            Level 2 = Level 1 plus in-house matching services (carpool and vanpool), work hours flexibility (transit), or bicycle
         parking and shower facilities (bicycle).
            Level 3 = Level 2 plus a half-time transportation coordinator plus preferential parking and flexible work schedules
         (carpool), vanpool development and operating assistance and preferential parking (vanpool), on-site transit pass sales
         (transit), or secure bicycle parking and local infrastructure improvements (bicycle).
            Level 4 = Level 3 plus a full-time transportation coordinator plus additional financial and technical support (vanpool),
         guaranteed ride home (transit), or workplace promotional activities (bicycling).

         (2) Specify an expected mode share increase for each mode. This increase is added to the baseline mode share as
         specified in the input data.

         IMPORTANT: Entry option (2) should only be utilized if the user has evidence, such as survey data, suggesting a likely
         mode share increase as a result of proposed programs. If a mode share increase is specified, the user should document
         existing support programs and programs to be implemented, along with survey or other data indicating the basis for the
         mode share increase estimates.




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                             EMPLOYER SUPPORT PROGRAMS FOR ALTERNATIVE MODES
                                           AREA-WIDE ANALYSIS

         Percent of Employers Participating -- Existing
                                                   Program Level
         Program                None          1          2                3           4          Total
         Carpool               100%                                                              100%
         Vanpool               100%                                                              100%
         Transit               100%                                                              100%
         Bicycle               100%                                                              100%

         Percent of Employers Participating -- New
                                                  Program Level
         Program                None          1         2                 3           4          Total
         Carpool               100%                                                              100%
         Vanpool               100%                                                              100%
         Transit               100%                                                              100%
         Bicycle               100%                                                              100%

         "Employer Support Programs" include programs such as provision of an on-site transportation coordinator,
         ridematching, transit information, and other actions aside from time and cost incentives which encourage employees to
         utilize alternative modes.

         For an area-wide analysis, the analyst should specify both existing and new (expected) participation rates (percent of
         employers participating) by program level for each mode. Program levels of "1" through "4" indicate varying levels of
         effort for the programs, which are described briefly below and in more detail in Section 4.3 of the COMMUTER Model
         User Manual.
            Level 1 = Provision of information activities plus a quarter-time transportation coordinator.
            Level 2 = Level 1 plus in-house matching services (carpool and vanpool), work hours flexibility (transit), or bicycle
         parking and shower facilities (bicycle).
            Level 3 = Level 2 plus a half-time transportation coordinator plus preferential parking and flexible work schedules
         (carpool), vanpool development and operating assistance and preferential parking (vanpool), on-site transit pass sales
         (transit), or secure bicycle parking and local infrastructure improvements (bicycle).
            Level 4 = Level 3 plus a full-time transportation coordinator plus additional financial and technical support (vanpool),
         guaranteed ride home (transit), or workplace promotional activities (bicycling).




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                                                  ALTERNATIVE WORK SCHEDULES

                                                          Use                  Data
                                                         Default       Local          Default
  Alternative Work Schedule Parameters
     Telecommute: Avg. Days/Week                                                        1.5
     Flex Time/Staggered Hours: Percent of trips
     shifted from peak period

  Participation Entry Format (check one only):
     Specify Eligibility for Participation
     Specify Before/After Participation Rates


  A. Eligibility for Participation

                                                                           % Eligible
     Program                                                         Existing       New
     Flex Time
     Compressed 4/40
     Compressed 9/80
     Staggered Hours
     Telecommute
     Not Eligible                                                      100%           100%
     Total                                                             100%           100%

  B. Participation Rates

                                                                        % Participating
     Program                                                         Existing       New
     Flex Time
     Compressed 4/40
     Compressed 9/80
     Staggered Hours
     Telecommute
     Not Participating                                                 100%           100%
     Total                                                             100%           100%

  "Alternative Work Schedules" include the option to allow employees to utilize flex time, compressed work weeks, staggered wor k hours, or
  telecommuting. Flex time and staggered hours will have the effect of shifting some trips outside of the peak period, while c ompressed
  work weeks and telecommuting will have the effect of eliminating some work trips. Two program entry options are available:

  (1) The user can specify the percentage of employees eligible for each program. Both existing and new levels of eligibility should be
  specified.

  (2) The user can specify existing and expected participation rates for each program.

  To accomodate instances where employees are eligible for, or participate in multiple programs, the model allows the user to e nter rates
  that exceed 100% when summed across all alternative programs. The model then internally normalizes the rates before using t hem in
  the travel calculations. Section 4.5 of the COMMUTER Model User Manual presents an example for this situtation.

  IMPORTANT: Entry option (2) is preferred if the user can obtain data indicating a likely participation rate as a result of proposed
  programs. If participation rates are specified, the employer/analyst should document existing support programs and programs to be
  implemented, along with survey or other data indicating the basis for the participation rate estimates. If the user does not have survey
  data indicating likely participation rates or another strong basis for estimating expected local participation rates, entry o ption (1) should be
  used.




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                                               FLEET EMISSIONS INFORMATION

                     Field              Data                                              Notes

     MOBILE Scenario Inputs
       Calendar Year of Analysis                   Enter either 2007, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2019, or 2021
       Season                                      S = Summer, W = Winter
       Climate Type                                1 = Mild, 2 = Moderate, 3 = Severe
       I/M Program Type                            0 (zero) = none, 1 = Basic I/M, 2 = Enhanced I/M, 3 = OBD Only
       Fuel Type                                   C = Conventional, R = RFG
       PADD                                        1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 (based on state - see below)

      The "MOBILE Scenario" inputs are used by the program to select a specific set of MOBILE6.2 emission factors from a series of
      stored tables that best represent local conditions and emission control programs being modeled. These inputs are familiar to
      MOBILE6.2 users. Further clarification of these inputs for users less familiar with the MOBILE6.2 emission factor model is
      provided below. Once the user has entered all scenario inputs, or changed an input, he or she must import the scenario
      emission factors using the "Import Default Emission Factors" command from the File menu.
      Calendar Year - Because new vehicle emission levels continue to decrease with the introduction of each model year, current and
      future vehicle fleet emissions will depend on the calendar year being analyzed.
      Season - This input affects the temperature range for which emissions are modeled (emissions characteristics of vehicles vary
      depending upon the temperature range in which the vehicle is being operated.) The choice of season may depend upon which
      pollutants are of greatest interest. Since ozone is typically a summer problem and carbon monoxide (CO) is typically a winter
      problem, summer should generally be used if ozone is of primary interest, while winter should be used if reducing CO is of
      primary interest. The seasonal importance of other pollutants may vary regionally.
      Climate Type - This input is used on conjunction with the "season" input to determine default temperature ranges for the model.
      Choose the climate type (1 = mild, 2 = moderate, 3 = severe) that most closely matches the average daily minimum and
      maximum temperatures in your area (in deg F) as specified below:
          Summer - Mild: min 55/max 75
          Summer - Moderate: min 65/max 85
          Summer - Severe: min 75/max 95
          Winter - Mild: min 52/max 72
          Winter - Moderate: min 32/max 52
          Winter - Severe: min 12/max 32
      If the user is interested, monthly normal temperatures for 250 cities can be looked up through the National Climatic Data Center,
      http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/ncdc.html.
      I/M Program Type - The type of Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) program, if any, being operated. Basic I/M refers to a program
      where a simple "no-load" idle or 2500 RPM test is performed. Enhanced I/M represents programs in which a loaded IM240 or
      ASM test are run on a dynamometer. OBD Only represents programs in which vehicles are not subject to an annual or biennial
      inspection. but instead emissions malfunctions are identified by a vehicle's on-board diagnostics (OBD) system.
      Fuel Type - Under the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act, certain areas of the country must use reformulated gasoline (RFG)
      beginning in 1995. This input allows the user to specify whether RFG is being used. A map and list of counties in which RFG is
      required is provided on the EPA’s web site, http://www.epa.gov/OMSWWW/rfg/whereyoulive.htm.
      PADD - (Petroleum Administration for Defense District) - PADD's were delineated during World War II to facilitate oil allocation.
      The characteristics of refined fuels, and therefore the emissions characteristics of vehicles, vary generally by PADD. The most
      significant effect is on emissions of air toxics. Select the appropriate PADD (1 – 5) based on your analysis state:
          1 - East Coast: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New
      Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West
      Virginia.
          2 - Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota,
      Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Wisconsin.
          3 - Gulf Coast: Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Texas.
          4 - Rocky Mountain: Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming.
          5 - West Coast: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Washington.
      For a map of PADDs, see: http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/petroleum/analysis_publications/oil_market_basics/paddmap.htm.




     User-Supplied MOBILE Emission Factors
                                                     Mark the box to the left (with an "X") to compute emission reductions
         User-Supplied Emission Factors              using alternate MOBILE6.2 emissions factors instead of the
                                                     pre-loaded factors already contained in the COMMUTER model

         Calendar Year of User EFs                   Select the calendar year of the user-supplied emission factors




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     The COMMUTER model has been designed to use pre-loaded MOBILE6.2 emission factors for a defined range of input
     conditions or a set of user-supplied emission factors for specific local conditions. Before user-supplied emission factors can be
     used, the user must load these factors into the model using a two-step process:
     1) MOBILE6.2 database format output must be processed, using the "Process MOBILE Output" command from the File menu.
     This routine requests the user to select a MOBILE6.2 output file (.TB1), and then produces a text file with the extension ".T BZ,"
     that is formatted for import into the COMMUTER Model.
     2) The .TBZ data file must be imported, using the "Import User Emission Factors" command from the File menu. The user can
     choose a different .TBZ file without having to process MOBILE output every time.

     The "Process MOBILE Output" command requires the availability of a MOBILE6.2 output file in database format (.TB1 file
     extension), along with corresponding toxics (.TOX) and particulate (.PM) output files that have the same base file name as th e
     .TB1 file. The resulting .TBZ file can be stored with the COMMUTER Model for future use, and the .TB1, .TOX, and .PM files
     deleted or moved if desired. The database output options must be specified as shown in the sample MOBILE6.2 input file
     provided and described in Section 5 of the User Manual. The "Calendar Year of User EFs" input identifies the specific calend ar
     year factors from the set of user-supplied factors. The calendar year can be any year between 1960 and 2050, but must match
     one of the available calendar years in the user-provided MOBILE6.2 output files. (These output files may include a maximum of
     six calendar year scenarios.)




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                                               OTHER EMISSIONS-RELATED DATA

                                                    Use            Data
                                                   Default    Local Default                         Explanatory Notes

       Vehicle Fleet VMT Mix                                                        Percentages of total VMT by vehicle type
         LDGV - Light-Duty Gas Vehicles                                   36.7%     Passenger Cars
         LDGT1 - Light-Duty Gas Trucks 1                                  10.7%     0-6,000 lbs. GVWR, 0-3,750 lbs. LVW
         LDGT2 - Light-Duty Gas Trucks 2                                  35.8%     0-6,000 lbs. GVWR, 3,750-3,750 lbs. LVW
         LDGT3 - Light-Duty Gas Trucks 3                                  11.0%     6,000-8,500 lbs. GVWR, 0-5,750 lbs. ALVW
         LDGT4 - Light-Duty Gas Trucks 4                                   4.9%     6,000-8,500 lbs. GVWR, over 5,750 lbs. ALVW
         LDDV - Light-Duty Diesel Vehicles                                 0.0%     Passenger Cars
         LDDT12 - Light-Duty Diesel Trucks 1 & 2                           0.2%     0-6,000 lbs. GVWR
         LDDT34 - Light-Duty Diesel Trucks 3 & 4                           0.1%     6,000-8,500 lbs. GVWR
         MC - Motorcycles                                                  0.6%     Gasoline
         TOTAL                                                  0.0%     100.0%     If not 100%, model will normalize

       Affected Vehicle Speed (mph)                                                 Average speed (mph) of TCM-affected trips
          Peak Period Average Speed - Freeways                           50.5
          Off-Peak Period Average Speed - Freeways                       56.4
          Peak Period Average Speed - Arterials                          24.2
          Off-Peak Period Average Speed - Arterials                      26.0

       Percent of VMT by Facility Type
          Freeway                                                         34.2%
          Arterial                                                        49.8%
          Local Road                                                      13.1%
          Ramp                                                             3.0%
          TOTAL (must add to 100%)                              0.0%     100.0%

       Price of Gasoline ($/gallon)

       Vehicle Fleet VMT Mix
       MOBILE6 generates emission factors for each of the nine different vehicle classes listed. Fleet "composite" emission factors
       are then calculated by weighting these emission factors by the percentage of travel (i.e., VMT) in each vehicle class. The
       default VMT mixes provided by this program are MOBILE6 national default values. These defaults are calendar year specific;
       you must enter a calendar year under the Fleet Emissions Information screen before the defaults will appear. If you
       are using user-supplied emission factors, the emissions factor import routine will automatically generate and look up a VMT
       mix from your MOBILE6 output file. If you are using default emission factors and do not enter local data for a VMT mix, the
       model will use the default MOBILE6 VMT mix.

       Only the light-duty vehicle mix (vehicles <8,500 lb.) is required, since the strategies analyzed by COMMUTER are not intended
       to affect travel by heavy-duty vehicles (trucks). The user may specify the VMT mix either as a percentage of all vehicles, or as
       a percentage of light-duty vehicles. If the total of the light-duty vehicle categories entered is less than 100%, the model will
       assume that the user is entering the percentage of all vehicles (including heavy-duty) and will normalize these percentages to
       total 100% (representing the fraction of light-duty vehicles).

       Note: GVWR = Gross Vehicle Weight Rating; LVW = Loaded Vehicle Weight; ALVW = Adjusted Loaded Vehicle Weight.




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                                                                                                                                        EPA TCM Guidance




   A            B                 C                       D                E               F          G           H            I            J           K          L          M           N          O            P          Q             R              S             T             U           V
1
2 PROGRAM IMPACTS FROM LOOKUP TABLES
3

                                                         Increase due to Subtract base
 4                                                        new program         program level
 5 Employer Support Programs
 6
 7       Site-Specific: Specify Program Level
 8       Carpool                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
 9       Vanpool                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
10       Transit                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
11       Bicycle                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
12
13       Site-Specific: Specify Participation
14       Carpool                                               0.00%               0.00%
15       Vanpool                                               0.00%               0.00%
16       Transit                                               0.00%               0.00%
17       Bicycle                                               0.00%               0.00%
18
19       Area-Wide: Specify Employer Participation by Program Level
20       Carpool                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
21       Vanpool                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
22       Transit                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
23       Bicycle                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!
24
25 Alternative Work Schedules
26       Revised to apply eliminated & shifted percentages to only office trips, not both (T. Carlson, 7/22/99)
27       Specify Eligibility                                 New (Version 2, 7/22/99)                Old (Version 1)
28       Eliminated                                           #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
29       Shifted                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
30       Revised to apply eliminated & shifted percentages to only office trips, not both (T. Carlson, 7/22/99)
31       Specify Participation                               New (Version 2, 7/22/99)                Old (Version 1)
32       Eliminated                                           #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
33       Shifted                                              #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
34
35
36 CALCULATIONS OF FINAL MODE SHARES AND TRIP/VMT CHANGES                                                            METHODOLOGY:   2                         FINAL MODE SHARE OPTION: MODEL CALCULATED (PIVOT POINT)
37   1 Revised mode shares per Cambridge's version: normalized p(m)*exp(-DU) (T. Carlson 1/99)
38   2 Revised mode shares per TDM Evaluation Model User's Guide Equation (3): (p(m)*exp(-DU)) / [((exp(-DU)-1)*p(m))+1] (T. Carlson 9/18/99)
39                                                                  Apply Lookup Tables                                            Apply Time/Cost Coefficients
                                                                                      New mode      Interim                           [(exp(-DU)-    Revised              Change in                           Change in                                                          Change in
                                        Base Mode   Increase due to   Subtract base    share (not    Mode     Change in      p(m) *   1) * p(m)] +    Mode    Final Mode Person Trip- Base MV     Final MV     MV Trip-   Base trip    Final trip    Base Daily    New Daily     Daily WT
40      Mode                              Shares     new program      program level   normalized)   Shares      Utility     exp(-DU)        1        Shares     Shares      Ends      Trip-Ends   Trip-Ends     Ends       length       length        WT VMT        WT VMT         VMT
41      Auto - Drive Alone                 0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!      0.0000      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!           -     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
42      Auto - Carpool                     0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!      0.0000      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!          -             -       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
43      Vanpool                            0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!      0.0000      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!          -             -       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!
44      Transit                            0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!      0.0000      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!           -           -           -          -             -            -             -             -
45      Bicycle                            0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!      0.0000      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!           -           -           -          -             -            -             -             -
46      Pedestrian                         0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%       0.00%      0.0000        0.0000      1.0000      0.0000   #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!           -           -           -          -             -            -             -             -
47      Other                              0.00%          0.0%             0.0%           0.00%     #DIV/0!             0    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!           -           -           -          -             -            -             -             -
48      Eliminated                         0.00%          0.0%             0.0%            0.0%     #DIV/0!             0    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!
49      Total                               0.0%                                          0.00%     #DIV/0!                  #DIV/0!                 #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!        #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
50      Percent Change                                                                                                                                                                                         #DIV/0!                                                            #DIV/0!
51                                                                                                                                                                                        TRIP1       TRIP2      DTRIP                                                               DVMT
52
53      Shifted from Peak to Off-Peak                     0.0%             0.0%                       0.0%                                                        0.0%            -                            #DIV/0!
54                                                                                                                                                              MSHIFT
55      Peak Trips                                                                                                                                                          #DIV/0!    #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    DTRIPPP                      #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     DVMTPP
56      Off-Peak Trips                                                                                                                                                                 #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    DTRIPOP                      #DIV/0!       #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     DVMTOP
57                                                                                                                                                                                                                        LENMV1       LENMV2
58      Average MV Trip Length (mi)                                                                                                                                                                                          #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
59      Peak                                                                                                                                                                                                               #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
60      Off-Peak                                                                                                                                                                                                           #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
61
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                                                                          Weighted Emission Factors   C
Speed-Sensitive Pollutants: g/mi (Freeways)                                 VMT (g/mi)
P V F A                  EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)   Pollutant       P        Peak    Off-Peak
01 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
01 02 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Light-Duty Vehicles (All Types)
01 03 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    HC              01     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 04 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO              02     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 05 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    NOx             03     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 14 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    PM2.5 Solids    99     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 15 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO2             04     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 28 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Benzene         16     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
01 24 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    MTBE            17     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
02 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    1, 3-Butadiene 18      #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
02 02 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Formaldehyde 19        #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
02 03 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acetaldehyde    20     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
02 04 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acrolein        21     #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!
02 05 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
02 14 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Transit Buses (Diesel)
02 15 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    HC              01       0.00000     0.00000
02 28 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO              02       0.00000     0.00000
02 24 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    NOx             03       0.00000     0.00000
03 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    PM2.5 Solids    99       0.00000     0.00000
03 02 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO2             04          0.000    0.00000
03 03 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Benzene         16       0.00000     0.00000
03 04 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    MTBE            17       0.00000     0.00000
03 05 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    1, 3-Butadiene 18        0.00000     0.00000
03 14 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Formaldehyde 19          0.00000     0.00000
03 15 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acetaldehyde    20       0.00000     0.00000
03 28 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acrolein        21       0.00000     0.00000
03 24 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
16 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Total Change, Light-Duty Vehicles + Transit Buses
16 02 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    HC              01
16 03 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO              02
16 04 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    NOx             03
16 05 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    PM2.5 Solids    99
16 14 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    CO2             04
16 15 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Benzene         16
16 28 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    MTBE            17
16 24 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    1, 3-Butadiene 18
17 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Formaldehyde 19
17 02 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acetaldehyde    20
17 03 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0    Acrolein        21
17 04 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
17 05 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
17 14 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
17 15 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
17 28 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
17 24 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
18 01 1 VMT      #N/A              0        0
18   02   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   03   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   04   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   05   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   14   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   15   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   28   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
18   24   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   01   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   02   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   03   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   04   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   05   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   14   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   15   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   28   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
19   24   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   01   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   02   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   03   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   04   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   05   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   14   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   15   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   28   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
20   24   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   01   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   02   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   03   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   04   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   05   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   14   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   15   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   28   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0
21   24   1   VMT   #N/A        0         0

Speed-Sensitive Pollutants: g/mi (Arterials)
P V F A                  EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)
01 01 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 02 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 03 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 04 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 05 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 14 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 15 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 28 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 24 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 01 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 02 2 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
02   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   15   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
19   28   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
19   24   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   01   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   02   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   03   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   04   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   05   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   14   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   15   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   28   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
20   24   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   01   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   02   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   03   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   04   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   05   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   14   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   15   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   28   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0
21   24   2   VMT   #N/A         0          0

Speed-Sensitive Pollutants: g/mi (Local Streets)
P V F A                  EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)
01 01 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 02 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 03 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 04 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 05 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 14 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 15 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 28 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 24 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 01 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 02 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 03 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 04 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 05 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 14 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 15 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 28 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 24 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 01 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 02 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 03 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 04 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 05 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 14 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 15 3 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
03   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
16   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
18   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
19   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
20   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
21   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
21   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
21   03   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   04   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   05   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   14   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   15   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   28   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0
21   24   3   VMT   #N/A          0          0

Speed-Sensitive Pollutants: g/mi (Ramps)
P V F A                  EF          EF(Off-Peak)
01 01 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 02 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 03 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 04 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 05 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 14 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 15 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 28 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
01 24 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 01 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 02 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 03 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 04 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 05 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 14 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 15 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 28 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
02 24 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 01 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 02 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 03 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 04 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 05 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 14 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 15 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 28 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
03 24 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 01 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 02 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 03 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 04 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 05 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 14 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 15 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 28 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
16 24 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
17 01 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
17 02 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
17 03 4 VMT      #N/A              0         0
17   04   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
17   05   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
17   14   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
17   15   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
17   28   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
17   24   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   01   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   02   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   03   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   04   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   05   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   14   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   15   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   28   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
18   24   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   01   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   02   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   03   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   04   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   05   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   14   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   15   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   28   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
19   24   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   01   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   02   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   03   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   04   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   05   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   14   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   15   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   28   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
20   24   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   01   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   02   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   03   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   04   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   05   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   14   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   15   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   28   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0
21   24   4   VMT   #N/A           0         0

Non Speed-Sensitive Pollutants: g/mi (All Facility Types)
P V F A                  EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)
04 01 1 VMT     #N/A              0          0
04 02 1 VMT     #N/A              0          0
04 03 1 VMT     #N/A              0          0
04 04 1 VMT     #N/A              0          0
04   05   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   14   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   15   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   28   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   24   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   01   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   02   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   03   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   04   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   05   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   14   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   15   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   28   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   24   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   01   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   02   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   03   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   04   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   05   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   14   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   15   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   28   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   24   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   01   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   02   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   03   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   04   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   05   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   14   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   15   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   28   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   24   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   01   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   02   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   03   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   04   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   05   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   14   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   15   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   28   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   24   1   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   01   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   02   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   03   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   04   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   05   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   14   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   15   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   28   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   24   2   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
13   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
17   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   01   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   02   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   03   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   04   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   05   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   14   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   15   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   28   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
99   24   3   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   01   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   02   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   03   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   04   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   05   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   14   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   15   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   28   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
04   24   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   01   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   02   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   03   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   04   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   05   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   14   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   15   4   VMT   #N/A   0   0
12   28   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
12   24   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   01   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   02   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   03   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   04   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   05   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   14   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   15   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   28   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
13   24   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   01   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   02   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   03   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   04   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   05   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   14   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   15   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   28   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
17   24   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   01   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   02   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   03   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   04   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   05   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   14   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   15   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   28   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0
99   24   4   VMT   #N/A          0         0

Start Emissions
P V F A                    EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)
01 01 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 02 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 03 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 04 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 05 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 14 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 15 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 28 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
01 24 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 01 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 02 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 03 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 04 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 05 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 14 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 15 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02 28 5 Str         #N/A           0        0
02   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   04   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   05   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   14   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   15   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   28   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
03   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   04   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   05   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   14   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   15   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   28   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
16   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   04   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   05   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   14   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   15   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   28   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
17   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   04   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   05   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   14   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   15   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   28   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
18   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   04   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   05   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   14   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   15   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   28   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
19   24   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
20   01   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
20   02   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
20   03   5   Str   #N/A   0   0
20   04   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
20   05   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
20   14   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
20   15   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
20   28   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
20   24   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   01   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   02   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   03   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   04   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   05   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   14   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   15   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   28   5   Str   #N/A        0         0
21   24   5   Str   #N/A        0         0

Vehicle-Based Emissions
01 01 5 Pop
01 02 5 Pop
01 03 5 Pop
01 04 5 Pop
01 05 5 Pop
16 01 5 Pop
16 02 5 Pop
16 03 5 Pop
16 04 5 Pop
16 05 5 Pop
17 01 5 Pop
17 02 5 Pop
17 03 5 Pop
17 04 5 Pop
17 05 5 Pop

                         EF(Peak) EF(Off-Peak)
Transit Bus Emissions (Diesel)
01 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
02 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
03 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
16 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
18 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
19 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
20 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
21 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
04 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
12 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
13 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
17 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
99 26 1 VMT      #N/A            0        0
ed Emission Factors          Change in Emissions    Data for Emissions Calculation
            Start (g/trip)         (g/day)           Blue = referenced to names
                              Peak       Off-Peak    Black = self-referencing

                                                    Speed          Peak    Off-Peak
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Freeway         0.0       0.0
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Arterial        0.0       0.0
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Transit         0.0
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    ispd           Peak    Off-Peak
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Freeway         0          0
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Arterial        0          0
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Transit         0
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Vehicle Type
                #DIV/0!      #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    V         VMTFRACT
                                                    01          #DIV/0! LDGV
                                                    02          #DIV/0! LDGT1
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    03          #DIV/0! LDGT2
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    04          #DIV/0! LDGT3
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    05          #DIV/0! LDGT4
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    14          #DIV/0! LDDV
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    15          #DIV/0! LDDT12
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    28          #DIV/0! LDDT34
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    24          #DIV/0! MC
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Facility Type
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    F          FACFRACT
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    1             0.0000
                                                    2             0.0000
es + Transit Buses                                  3             0.0000
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    4             0.0000
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    Pollutant
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    P           Name
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    01          HC
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    02          CO
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    03          NOx
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    04          CO2
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    12          SO2
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    13          NH3
                             #DIV/0!     #DIV/0!    16          BENZ
                                                    17          MTBE
                                                    18          BUTA
                                                    19          FORM
                                                    20          ACETA
                                                    21          ACROL
                                                    99          PM Solid
Calendar Year
                0
Travel Activity
                                 Overall    Peak     Off-Peak
Baseline
Affected VMT                     #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Affected Trips                   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Average Trip Length (mi)         #DIV/0!
Final
Affected VMT                     #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Affected Trips                   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Average Trip Length (mi)         #DIV/0!
Change (positive indicates decrease)
Affected VMT                     #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Affected Trips                   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
Average Trip Length (mi)         #DIV/0!

Transit Vehicle Activity
Change in VMT                        -     #DIV/0!   #DIV/0!
                                                 COMMUTER MODEL RESULTS


    SCENARIO INFORMATION                                                                     PROGRAMS EVALUATED

    Description                                                                                      Site Walk Access Improvements
    Scenario Filename                                                                                Transit Service Improvements
    Emission Factor File                                                                             Financial Incentives
    Performing Agency                                                                                Employer Support Programs
    Analyst                                                                                          Alternative Work Schedules
    Metropolitan Area
    Area Size
    Analysis Scope                                                                                   User-Supplied Final Mode Shares
    Analysis Area/Site
    Total Employment


    MODE SHARE IMPACTS                                                  TRAVEL IMPACTS (relative to affected employment)

    Mode                   Baseline    Final      %Change               Quantity                       Peak       Off-Peak      Total
    Drive Alone                                                         Baseline VMT
    Carpool                                                             Final VMT
    Vanpool                                                             VMT Reduction
    Transit                                                             % VMT Reduction
    Bicycle
    Pedestrian                                                          Baseline Trips
    Other                                                               Final Trips
    No Trip                                                             Trip Reduction
    Total                                                               % Trip Reduction

    Shifted from Peak to Off-Peak


    EMISSION REDUCTIONS (positive values are decreases)

    lbs/day:                                                            tons/day:
    Pollutant               Peak      Off-Peak        Total             Pollutant                      Peak       Off-Peak      Total
    HC                                                                  HC
    CO                                                                  CO
    NOx                                                                 NOx
    PM2.5                                                               CO2 (metric tons)
    Toxics
      Acetaldehyde
      Acrolein
      Benzene
      1, 3-Butadiene
      Formaldehyde
      MTBE
    CO2


    GASOLINE CONSUMPTION AND COST SAVINGS

    Reduction in gasoline consumption (gallons/day)
    Gasoline cost savings ($/day)




COMMUTER Model - Release 2.0              Scenario Travel Emission Results - Example Scenario v2.0                           7/7/2011 6:46 PM
                                             ModeCht




                               Mode Share Impacts of Program

100%


90%

                                                                                Baseline
80%
                                                                                Final
70%


60%


50%


40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       Drive Alone   Carpool   Vanpool   Transit       Bicycle   Pedestrian   Other        No Trip



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KEY                 EMF_SPD01 EMF_SPD02 EMF_SPD03 EMF_SPD04 EMF_SPD05 EMF_SPD06 EMF_SPD07 EMF_SPD08 EMF_SPD09 EMF_SPD10 EMF_SPD11 EMF_SPD12 EMF_SPD13 EMF_SPD14       Y      P    V    F   A
Y2007P01V01F1AVMT      5.526972  1.825733 0.7911743  0.5290719 0.4241344  3.68E-01  3.29E-01  2.94E-01  2.72E-01  2.53E-01  2.35E-01   2.18E-01  2.04E-01  1.93E-01   2007   01   01   1   VMT
Y2007P01V01F2AVMT      5.527005  1.825763 0.8374405  0.5846928 0.4496762 0.3756015  3.31E-01  2.94E-01  2.72E-01  2.53E-01  2.35E-01   2.18E-01  2.04E-01  1.93E-01   2007   01   01   2   VMT
Y2007P01V01F3AVMT     0.6287522                                                                                                                                       2007   01   01   3   VMT
Y2007P01V01F4AVMT     0.3768499                                                                                                                                       2007   01   01   4   VMT
Y2007P01V01F5AStr      1.576428                                                                                                                                       2007   01   01   5   Str
Y2007P01V01F5APop      3.298937                                                                                                                                       2007   01   01   5   Pop
Y2007P01V02F1AVMT        4.78542 1.694883 0.7605363  0.5078568 0.4086291 0.3581356  3.24E-01  2.90E-01  2.71E-01  2.54E-01  2.38E-01   2.22E-01  2.08E-01  1.96E-01   2007   01   02   1   VMT
Y2007P01V02F2AVMT      4.785452  1.694914 0.8079305  0.5647082 0.4344721 0.3653783  3.25E-01  2.90E-01  2.71E-01  2.54E-01  2.38E-01   2.22E-01  2.08E-01  1.96E-01   2007   01   02   2   VMT
Y2007P01V02F3AVMT     0.6041584                                                                                                                                       2007   01   02   3   VMT
Y2007P01V02F4AVMT     0.3715796                                                                                                                                       2007   01   02   4   VMT
Y2007P01V02F5AStr      1.742007                                                                                                                                       2007   01   02   5   Str
Y2007P01V02F5APop      3.853086                                                                                                                                       2007   01   02   5   Pop
Y2007P01V03F1AVMT      4.923608  1.777589 0.8044508  0.5368587 0.4342825 0.3817803 0.3460568 0.3103524  2.90E-01  2.73E-01  2.55E-01   2.38E-01  2.24E-01 0.2112103   2007   01   03   1   VMT
Y2007P01V03F2AVMT      4.923643  1.777631 0.8572253  0.6001176 0.4629404 0.3896792 0.3470979 0.3103524  2.90E-01  2.73E-01  2.55E-01   2.38E-01  2.24E-01 0.2112103   2007   01   03   2   VMT
Y2007P01V03F3AVMT     0.6415899                                                                                                                                       2007   01   03   3   VMT
Y2007P01V03F4AVMT     0.3933683                                                                                                                                       2007   01   03   4   VMT
Y2007P01V03F5AStr      1.823573                                                                                                                                       2007   01   03   5   Str
Y2007P01V03F5APop      3.853086                                                                                                                                       2007   01   03   5   Pop
Y2007P01V04F1AVMT      7.893579  2.851771  1.300083  0.8802555 0.7135211 0.6229814 0.5618541 0.4998142 0.4664981 0.4367639    0.40678 0.3770737 0.3510473 0.3276105   2007   01   04   1   VMT
Y2007P01V04F2AVMT      7.893621  2.851812  1.368993  0.9626727 0.7504269 0.6325821 0.5628443 0.4998142 0.4664981 0.4367639    0.40678 0.3770737 0.3510473 0.3276105   2007   01   04   2   VMT
Y2007P01V04F3AVMT      1.031705                                                                                                                                       2007   01   04   3   VMT
Y2007P01V04F4AVMT     0.6162152                                                                                                                                       2007   01   04   4   VMT
Y2007P01V04F5AStr      2.851298                                                                                                                                       2007   01   04   5   Str
Y2007P01V04F5APop      6.725426                                                                                                                                       2007   01   04   5   Pop
Y2007P01V05F1AVMT      8.047495  2.943721    1.34913 0.9127978 0.7421622 0.6492831  0.586593 0.5221102  0.487583 0.4566381 0.4254464  0.3945266 0.3672907 0.3426433   2007   01   05   1   VMT
Y2007P01V05F2AVMT      8.047544  2.943768  1.423681   1.001903 0.7819289 0.6594478 0.5875548 0.5221102  0.487583 0.4566381 0.4254464  0.3945266 0.3672907 0.3426433   2007   01   05   2   VMT
Y2007P01V05F3AVMT      1.074082                                                                                                                                       2007   01   05   3   VMT
Y2007P01V05F4AVMT     0.6416754                                                                                                                                       2007   01   05   4   VMT
Y2007P01V05F5AStr        2.93993                                                                                                                                      2007   01   05   5   Str
Y2007P01V05F5APop      6.725426                                                                                                                                       2007   01   05   5   Pop
#Veh     VMTFraction
        1 0.448211 # LDGV
        2 0.093288 # LDGT1
        3 0.310551 # LDGT2
        4 9.43E-02 # LDGT3
        5 4.34E-02 # LDGT4
       14 4.52E-04 # LDDV
       15 7.71E-05 # LDDT12
       24 6.30E-03 # MC
       25 3.14E-04 # HDGB
       26 1.07E-03 # HDDBT
       28 2.03E-03 # LDDT34

#Veh     Freeway Artery    Local    Ramp
        1 0.342066 0.49775 0.130487 2.97E-02    # LDGV
        2 0.186379 0.271206 7.11E-02 1.62E-02   # LDGT1
        3 0.120645 0.175553 4.60E-02 1.05E-02   # LDGT2
        4 8.71E-02 0.126708 3.32E-02 7.56E-03   # LDGT3
        5 6.94E-02 0.100998 2.65E-02 6.03E-03   # LDGT4
       14 4.41E-02 6.42E-02 1.68E-02 3.83E-03   # LDDV
       15 1.16E-02 1.69E-02 4.44E-03 1.01E-03   # LDDT12
       24 1.63E-02 2.38E-02 6.23E-03 1.42E-03   # MC
       25 3.93E-02 0.057148 1.50E-02 3.41E-03   # HDGB
       26 9.98E-02 0.145161 3.81E-02 8.66E-03   # HDDBT
       28 3.53E-02 5.13E-02 1.35E-02 3.06E-03   # LDDT34

								
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