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Suggested Citation:"Project Workflow." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. Volume 2: TRAQS: A Combined Interface for Project-Level Air Quality Analysis. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25229.
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NCHRP Project 25-48 7 Project Workflow The sections below summarize the progress achieved for each of the tasks described in the original technical proposal for NCHRP 25-48. As detailed in Table 2, this project comprises two Phases (Phase I and Phase II) and seven project level tasks. The project began in April 2014 and ended in December 2016. Table 2. NCHRP 25-48 Project Deliverables DELIVERABLES Ph as e I Task 1 Technical Memorandum on Preliminary Specifications and Knowledge Base Task 2 User Outreach Plan, Implementation of User Outreach Task 3 Revised Interface Specification, Software Update Plan, Phase II Work Plan Ph as e II Task 4 Alpha Version of Interface, Draft User Manual, Draft Training Materials Task 5 Interface Testing Task 6 User Acceptance After Beta Testing of Interface Task 7 Final Project Deliverables (Final Interface, User Manual, Training Materials, Software Documentation)

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 246: Volume 2: TRAQS: A Combined Interface for Project-Level Air Quality Analysis documents the development of TRAQS (TRansportation Air Quality System), a Graphical User Interface-based software application that simplifies project-level air quality analysis of mobile source emissions. TRAQS integrates the “modeling chain” components of traffic activity, mobile emissions, and air dispersion modeling.

TRAQS is designed to streamline the model process and minimize any limitations of standalone software packages by integrating individual models and databases into a user-friendly, intuitive Graphical User Interface. It provides access to advanced modeling tools and mapping features. Overall, TRAQS offers the capabilities necessary to complete a Project-Level air quality analysis with increased accuracy and efficiencies.

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