A tool especially for traffic analysis

Opt for PTV Vistro for a tool that focuses on the operational side of transportation planning. PTV Vistro offers both functionalities for conducting traffic impact analyses (TIAs) and signal timing studies. Automated, easy-to-use reporting in tabular and graphic form completes the tool and displays the results so they are easy to understand. This way, the effect of the measures examined can be analysed quickly.

User friendliness & efficiency

Build your traffic model in PTV Vistro quickly. Bing map aerial photography, drag & drop, "snap-to-handles", intersection templates and simple tabular data input make modelling easier. In addition, the software allows the import of existing networks from the traffic planning software PTV Visum and other planning tools and export to PTV Vissim for detailed simulation analysis when needed.

Integration and flexibility

Select software that perfectly complements your work with the planning tools PTV Visum and PTV Vissim. Traffic networks generated in PTV Vistro can be exported seamlessly to and from PTV Visum and, using the ANM interface, to PTV Vissim. In PTV Visum there are processes and tools available for all strategic traffic planning questions. PTV Vissim provides detailed simulation analysis when needed, such as evaluating near or over-saturated traffic conditions, comparing various alternatives, or analysing detailed signal timing.

Scientifically state-of-the art

Take advantage of a software solution which meets the highest modern standards. Our close cooperation with the scientific and research community allows us to consistently set new standards in the field of software-based traffic and transport planning. In this way, you benefit from high-performance algorithms, state-of-the-art methods and software technology which is continually enhanced and tested.

Strong service

Become a member of our large international user community. Benefit from our skilled and dedicated support team, our professional services, detailed documentation and tutorials, extensive training programmes and user group meetings ensuring a high level of knowledge exchange.