What is vFreight?
provides planners with county-level commodity flow data for all 50 states. vFreight
includes data for each of the seven freight modes defined in the Freight Analysis Framework (FAF) and provides international freight flows by foreign and domestic mode for 40 country and regional trading partners.
Why use vFreight?
Identifies trade between US Counties, 18 countries and 22 country groups, including port of entry/exit
Consistent with the US Department of Transportation’s Freight Analysis Framework (FAF3)
Provides county-level detail not available in FAF3
Interactive visualization tools generate maps, tables and spreadsheets for reports and presentations
Applications for vFreight
Demonstrates national and international linkages for domestic freight movements
Identifies key ports of entry/exit for traded commodities
Supports Federal surface transportation legislation (MAP-21) priorities through analysis at levels of geographic detail consistent with statewide and regional planning
Provides effective ways of graphically sharing complex trade and commodity flow data with policymakers and the public
Country-Level Trade for:
Republic of Korea
Plus, Aggregated Clusters of Major International Trade Centers
Poster – Visualizing Freight Data
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Key features of vFreight?
Provides easy, intuitive, and visually-supported access to detailed commodity flow data
Shows county-to-county flows by 2-digit SCTG level
Provides domestic mode for each commodity type
Provides international mode for each traded commodity
Shows location of county for 219 port of entry (imports) and port of exit (exports) for all traded commodities
Provides county-level trade (exports/imports) for 18 countries
“Cloud-based” structure provides “instant” access anywhere Internet is available
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TREDIS Software Group, Economic Development Research Group, Inc.
- 155 Federal Street - Boston, MA 02110 USA
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