Since the start of Simunto about 3 years ago, we had a vision: Make it simpler and easier to use MATSim. While Via is a very powerful tool to analyze and visualize MATSim data, it focuses mostly on the outcome of a MATSim simulation, but not on the input or the simulation itself. Thus, the planning and work started on an additional tool to help users create, edit and run MATSim simulations with much more ease than ever before. Now, we’re finally able to present this new tool: Tramola!


Create scenarios. Manage runs. Analyze results.
The modelling suite for MATSim.

Tramola helps you to manage your scenarios, allows you to easily create case studies and monitor running simulations, and enables you to quickly gain insights into simulation results by powerful reporting and visualizations.

Short Overview

Tramola is a web-based application and runs in your web browser. It allows you to manage multiple scenarios, edit scenario data like network or transit schedule, and start runs by the push of a button after editing the configuration file in a user-friendly editor. Running simulations report critical measurements like modal split and memory consumption regularly back to the server, such that first analyses can already be performed while the simulation is still running.

More details are available on the new Tramola page.

First Impressions

Edit the network:

Modify the config before starting a run:


Tramola is currently being tested by a small number of users, and will be generally available in summer 2021. If you cannot wait so long and already want to test the beta version, please contact us.

In the mean time, head over to the Tramola page to learn more about the features and possibilities that open up with Tramola, and take a short survey to help us prioritize future development.