Adam Lynch

About Adam Lynch

Adam Lynch, Vistro and Vissim Product Manager and Certified Trainer at PTV Group, has over 15 years of consulting experience in traffic engineering/planning, impact analyses (TIA), and modeling. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Ohio and Colorado, and in 2018, has recently joined PTV to share his real-world PTV Vistro and Vissim experience. Adam is currently hosting the PTV Vistro Training Web Series on LinkedIn and is sharing his tips and tricks that will streamline your next traffic project.

Automate and Customize your Traffic Analysis Report with PTV Vistro

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

We know that your traffic signal optimization projects and traffic impact studies are centered around a lot of data and results. And to prevent data overload, we understand that you need an all-inclusive reporting tool that can provide the precise scale of information required for your deliverable or check document.… Read more

PTV Vistro’s Lightning Network Development

New network transparency and visual lane width help for precise placement of geometry for Vissim conversions

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

New to Vistro? PTV Vistro delivers unprecedented network coding speeds due to its unique drag and drop structure, signal building workflows, and lane configuration section features.… Read more

Getting Started with PTV Vistro: It‘s easy!

Learn how decorate your network to effectively conduct or communicate your project

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

PTV Vistro eliminates the frustrations of defining map regions, tiling, and model scaling. Our network objects are automatically given real-world coordinates and drawn to correct scale; thus, making seamless transitions to PTV Visum and Vissim.… Read more

PTV Vistro’s Smart Scenario Management: Organize Your Next Traffic Impact Study

Automated scenario and mitigation management with PTV Vistro

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

Take full advantage of PTV Vistro’s smart scenario and mitigation management system to organize countless iterations that your traffic impact study (TIS) generates.

3-Ring Binder of the Future

Back in the day of paper and pen, traffic impact studies (TIS) were usually filed in 3-ring binders, using lots of dividers and tabs, and requiring a ton of calculation hours – along with a healthy supply of white out and erasers.… Read more

Jumpstart PTV Vistro with OpenStreetMap (OSM) data

OSM Import of New York’s Lower Manhattan

Starting a new Vistro network? Here are the top 5 time-saving advantages to use OSM data on your next model, regardless of your model size:

1. Coding your network links and legs;
2. Setting the number leg lanes;