The PACOG Travel Demand Model (TDM) helps local officials and the Colorado Department of Transportation evaluate transportation improvements. Model forecasts provide data on roadway users, and travel patterns across the region.
The PACOG travel model incorporates a wide variety of data about the region's people, businesses, transportation systems, and development patterns to create tens of thousands of daily trips across the Pueblo region. The trips are then assigned to the roadway networks to produce estimates of traffic flow volumes and other measures.
Requests to Use PACOG Model
PACOG requires a signed Travel Model-Data Release Agreement
for release of the model to external users. Please fill out, sign and send to email@example.com. PACOG MPO does not have the software to run the TDM.
For more information about installing and running the model see the PACOG Model User Guide.
Pueblo Roadway Vision & Preservation Plan (Vision Map/Future Roadway Map)
Current Traffic & Bicycle Counts
Current traffic counts are available from CDOT and the
City of Pueblo at these links:
Mapping of Travel Model Outputs
The PACOG travel model generates a selection of summary thematic maps and charts for each model scenario. To view model estimated traffic volumes at a local level, download, zoom-in and view the following maps for AM/PM/Off Peak and Daily tabulations:
2020 Assigned Volume Bandwidths
2045 Assigned Volume Bandwidths
- 2020 Volume/Capacity Bandwidths
- 2045 Volume/Capacity Bandwidths
- 2020 Basic Network Attributes
- 2045 Basic Network Attributes
Traffic Analysis Zone thematic maps are also available for viewing:
Total Employment Density
Employment Split Pie Charts