CFRPM Main Page
Welcome to the home of the Central Florida Regional Planning Model (CFRPM)
This wiki is intended to be a resource for those that use and maintain the CFRPM model in Central Florida. It is provided by FDOT, but community involvement is necessary and encouraged in order to advance the CFRPM model. Contribution ranging from casual model users to seasoned power users is welcomed!
Be sure to sign-up for an account for this site if you do not already have one, by clicking on "Request Account" link at the top right. Together, we can make CFRPM better.
CFRPM 7 Is Now Available For Use!
CFRPM 7 is the officially adopted model for all five of the MPOs located in District 5. It has been updated to a 2015 Base Year and 2045 Horizon Year, with interim year scenarios every 5 years. To download the model, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Click on "What's New" for an overview of the most recent version of the CFRPM 7 and its updates.
CFRPM 7 Training Sessions
Over 110 people registered for the CFRPM 7 Training held on March 22nd, 24th, and 26th, 2021. The training videos are available for viewing here.
CFRPM Is Transitioning to Caliper TransCAD
District 5 has made the decision to select Caliper TransCAD as the new software platform for CFRPM. Read more about it here.
- Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions
- System Requirements
- Download the Model
- Installation Guide
- 2045 LRTP Project Guide
Details of various uses of the CFRPM will be outlined in this section as they evolve, including running the model, configuring scenarios, how to extract key model results, use of MPO reporting tools and other applications key to the successful usage of the CFRPM.
Tools and applications to enhance the CFRPM experience.
Learn about the modeling process, the software platforms involved, and the documents that guide the models development.
Submit questions or concerns or suggested improvements related to CFRPM.
How to get in touch with us.
Consult the Wiki Editing User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.