We work on complex mobility
planning projects around the globe
thanks to various expertise

Transport Infrastructure Planning

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We underpin Transport Infrastructure Planning with an in-depth empirical research and analysis of local characteristics through on-site surveys in order to establish a consolidated baseline supported with quantitative traffic data. Macroeconomic analysis constitutes another key component aimed to ensure economic and financial feasibility based on passenger and freight demand analysis, cost analysis and resulting key performance and economic indicators.

Transport Infrastructure Planning requires a rigorous and methodical approach for achieving a balanced transportation network and a well-integrated mobility system.

National and Regional Transport Planning

Planning for an overall and comprehensive vision of transportation networks on the national and regional scales continuously proves to be a keystone in infrastructure planning for accommodating future economic growth.

Infrastructure Feasibility Studies

Large investments in transport infrastructure require a comprehensive and detailed technical feasibility study to provide insights on traffic demand forecasts, size of the infrastructure and potential costs and time estimates.

Freight Transport

Effectiveness and reliability of freight mobility networks are mandatory for boosting trade and commerce in the constantly growing logistics sector as demand for timely deliveries within the supply chain is increasingly more impelling.

Due diligence and Peer Reviewing

Due Diligence is a key-step for investors in the transport sector. The multi-faceted nature of transportation and its heavy dependence on forecasts require a rigorous approach supported with appropriate appraisal technical and economic modelling tools.

Strategic Traffic and Revenue Advisory

Traffic-based revenue analysis underpinning business plans require accurate estimates for achieving solid analytical grounds. Traffic forecasts are carried out through analysing current conditions and supporting future projections.

Urban Mobility Engineering

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Current urban challenges, due to high demand pressure on mobility networks in cities, pose a call in devising methods for setting principles and priorities for targeting sustainable growth and adequate performance levels in an era of scarce resources, uncontrolled growth and social exclusion.

We consider that Urban Mobility Engineering is crucial in supporting sound urbanism through the provision of a multi-modal and efficient response to current and future mobility needs of people and businesses. Urban Mobility Engineering is also fundamental to set out a comprehensive and evidence-based policy framework aimed at seeking the sustainable growth of our cities.

Traffic Data Analysis

Traffic Data Analysis is an essential first step towards consolidating a reliable replicate of current traffic flow patterns for steering analytical and planning activities.

Development Access and Mobility Studies

Accessibility and transport are crucial factors to unlock the potential of any urban development; the possibility to arrive and move around easily, conveniently and efficiently is vital for the success of any project.

Traffic Impact Studies

Quantifying and mitigating external effects of any development on traffic conditions of current and future transport network is a mobility engineering challenge that we tackle aiming at sound sustainable objectives.

Parking Studies

Parking is a crucial asset for every project’s success and users’ experience, comfort and security. We forecast accurately parking demand and ensure high internal performance levels and limit effects on the external network.

Innovative Mobility Technologies

We provide innovative mobility technologies through continuous contact and updates with the automotive industries and service providers that revolution transport solutions (MaaS). Our proposals are based on market knowledge and users target needs.

People Movement Analysis


Analysing and mapping people’s movements constitute a multi-fold task, given the complexity in forecasting and reconstructing mobility flow patterns. This encompasses analysis of spatial characteristics, functional distribution, complex pedestrian flow modelling and analysis proved to be crucial for a number of major industries such as transport hubs, high-rise buildings, mass events, shopping centres and world expositions.

Walking is undoubtedly the most primitive, fastest and most convenient mode of transport for short-distance trips at every scale. Our mission is to preserve this while seeking the right balance between all transit modes and setting the principles for a walkable environment.

Pedestrian Flow Studies

Walkability represents the basic ingredient for sustainable development and growth. We promote, develop and validate the design of walkable cities through scientific evidence and intensive research.

Crowd Management

Mobility plans and strategies for major events have proven to be crucial components in both early strategic and operational phases for improving visitors experience, safety and ensuring the overall success of every major event.

Vertical Transportation

Vertical transportation plays a key-role in the efficiency of tall buildings and complex structures, impacting comfort levels, waiting times and economic feasibility, given the related high cost implications and space saving components.

Spatial Analysis and Wayfinding

Vertical transportation plays a key-role in the efficiency of tall buildings and complex structures, impacting comfort levels, waiting times and economic feasibility, given the related high cost implications and space saving components.
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