In addition to its human capital, TRANSITEC leverages powerful tools of analysis and visual representation. Our experts are trained continuously in the use of software through the firm's training plan.


TRANSITEC is not only able to prepare transport and mobility plans, but also ensure the operationalisation of these plans. Our in-house design-engineering skills (with specialists in public space) complement our regular collaboration with partners specialised in roadway and infrastructure design.

TRANSITEC backs this hands-on expertise with AutoCAD software and its specialist modules such as AutoTURN, and the GIRABASE application (for balancing development with expected traffic volume). The engineering design office is thus able to provide precise renderings that include all functional and aesthetic aspects of a project.

Traffic simulation

Dynamic simulation is a decision-making tool that enables users to model multimodal infrastructure and evaluate interactions between different transport modes. The results can be output in infographic or visual format, which supports communication through for example 3D representation or film production.

TRANSITEC uses VISSIM software to:

  • get as close as possible to the actual traffic conditions and roadway network operation
  • benefit from its multiple evaluation criteria.
VISSIM has multiple functionalities: we use the VISVAP and VISSIG modules for defining detailed operations at signalised intersections, and VISWALK for pedestrian flows.

Computer graphics

Our team of eight graphics specialists has gained extensive knowledge and experience in communicating spatial and transport data. Using ILLUSTRATOR, we are thus able to prepare and present designs, reports, maps, diagrams, graphics and communication materials that are easy to understand and use.>


Our graphics integrate seamlessly with PowerPoint and meet the same graphics standards as other software.


Static modelling aims to provide traffic estimations at the roadway network level, generally on a large scale. Because TRANSITEC is able to predict traffic demand without computer modelling, we are able to use this knowledge provide an additional, critical layer of nuance and validity to the results of computer analysis – in other words, we see modelling software as a tool to assist with planning, rather than the starting point.

Modelling results are nevertheless able to orient thinking and contribute to scenario planning and identifying project goals.

TRANSITEC primarily uses VISUM software, but has competencies in a number of other products.


TRANSITEC uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for a wide range of projects, because the tool meshes perfectly with our design approach. It is able to:

  • facilitate spatial cross-analyses across multiple subjects and layers
  • display data in such a way that the message is clearly communicated
  • update project proposals based on the data analysis.

We use MAPINFO and MANINFOLD as our main GIS applications, and QGIS, an open source interface, when it is particularly important to facilitate exchanges with the project’s owner and the owner’s partners.

Parking demand

TRANSITEC has developed its own application, TICPARC, for processing and modelling parking demand. This application is based on a detailed needs analysis, and includes tools, web access, and precise representations.

It is a particularly effective tool for organising the information municipalities need, such as:

  • data relating to changes in occupation level, parking space rotation rate, user typology and their respective consumption of the parking offer, illegal parking, failure to pay, etc.
  • the qualification and quantification of issues encountered, and identification of their causes
  • an estimation of global rates of change in the number or management of parking spaces (measured and monetised approach).

Intersection functioning

TRANSITEC uses TRANSEM to design signalised intersections, with a level of detail that reflects the project status:

  • creation of full or simplified functional folders
  • tests
  • creation of files that summarise functioning principles.

This software was chosen after an analysis of the needs of local municipalities, traffic light manufacturers, and intersection control installers.

The way in which the design is displayed (both comprehensive and comprehensible) enables a range of audiences to understand the proposals, and ensures that their comments are rapidly taken into account.

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