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The source code and documentation for the DTALite-AMS Open Source application has been released onto the OSADP and is now available for download. To download this application, you need to sign in as a registered user. To download the software, please click here. If you do not have an account, you may submit an account registration request by completing the registration form.

Under the AMS project, Arizona State University developed and implemented certain Dynamic Mobility Applications in the Dynamic Traffic Assignment model of the City of Tempe, AZ. The three applications are Dynamic Transit Dispatch, Enable Advanced Traveler Information Systems and Freight Advanced Traveler Information Systems. The code in this repository reflects the source-code for this advanced DTALite model. The model also enables external users to embed their own simulation controls and traffic management strategies such as adaptive ramp metering, signal control and work-zone management.