Getting Started

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Getting started with the Central Florida Regional Planning Model is simple, using the following instructions.

CFRPM 7 Overview[edit]

Description and details of the most recent version of the CFRPM including key changes/updates to the model as well as hardware and software requirements.

How to Request Model Files For Download[edit]

Download the model by sending a request to

Installation & Set Up[edit]

There are a total of six (6) *.ZIP files that make up the CFRPM download package.

  • CFRPM7.#######_
  • CFRPM7.#######
  • CFRPM7. #######
  • CFRPM7.#######
  • CFRPM7.#######

The ####### represents the version number. The first digit indicates a major update release number (0, 1, 2, etc.) and the remaining six digits indicate a minor release number, using a two-digit year, 2-digit month and 2-digit day format.


How the final CFRRPM 7 package should look after installed and saved to drive.
  1. Unzip
  2. Once unzipped, there will be a subfolder named CFRPM7. Move that folder onto your location of choice. For many users, the C:/FSUTMS folder is the preferred location. This all depends on your needs and requirements.
    1. Try not to nest deep into a folder directory, and refrain from using long folder names.
    2. DO NOT put spaces or periods in any of the folder names. This will cause CFRPM to crash.
  3. Unzip and Once unzipped, merge those folders with the existing CFRPM7 folder.
  4. Unzip
  5. Once unzipped, there will be a subfolder named STOPS. Move that folder into the CFRPM 7 folder.
  6. Unzip and Once unzipped, merge those folders with the existing CFRPM7/STOPS folder.

Frequently Asked Questions[edit]

Frequently Asked Questions will be posted in this section as users and developers encounter common issues, errors and applications of the model.

Link to: FAQ's

System Requirements[edit]

This section documents the minimum and recommended hardware and software requirements to completely run CFRPM 7.

The listed requirements are suggested minimums; a computer that does not meet these requirements may still succeed in running the model unless noted. Increased processor speeds, multiple processor cores in excess of the minimum, and additional memory will reduce the amount of time required to run the model. The required disk space for installation and additional scenarios can be on a local or network drive and must be available before attempting to run the model. However, model run times will be longer if the model is run from a network drive instead of a local drive.

Hardware Requirements[edit]

System Requirement
OS / Software Operating System Windows 7 or higher*
Bentley Cube Version 6.4.5 with Cluster (subsequent versions will need to be formally tested but should have minor impacts)
ESRI ArcMap All 10.6.X Versions**
Hardware CPU Speed 2.0 GHz with 8 logical processors simultaneously***
Processor Intel Core i5, i7, Xeon or better; AMD Phenom II, Athlon II, FX-Series, A-Series APU or better
Memory/RAM 2 GB per core recommended
Hard Disk Minimum: ATAPI IDE; 5,400 rpm
Recommended: SATA 3 Gb/s or 6 Gb/s; SAS; 7,200 RPM or better; SSD
Hard Disk Space Cube Model:
Approximately 7.5 GB zipped on download
Approximately 14.1 GB unzipped
100+ GB for output files

Approximately 5.3 GB zipped in addition to the Cube Model
Approximately 28.3 GB unzipped in addition to the Cube Model
Screen Resolution Minimum: 1024 x 768 at Normal size (96dpi); 16-bit color depth
Recommended: 1440 x 900 or higher at Normal size (96 dpi); 32-bit color depth
Video/Graphics Adapter Minimum: 24-bit capable graphics adapter; 64 MB video memory
Recommended: 32-bit capable graphics adapter; 512 MB or more video memory; Open GL version 2.0 runtime and Shader Model 3.0 or higher
Networking Hardware 100BT or 1000BT TCP-IP compatible Ethernet or Wireless adapter
Peripherals At least one available USB port for flash drive
Internet Connection Required; 100MB/sec speed recommended
* Cube is not supported on Mac OS
** ArcGIS Pro is not supported at this time
*** Check the number of logical processors on your computer