Infrastructure Feasibility Studies
The success of major investments in transport infrastructure can be unveiled at early planning phases further to in-depth analyses and validation through complex modelling computational tools
For years, Systematica had delivered successful feasibility studies of transport infrastructure, assessing the potentials of diverse transportation developments at different scales, from national to regional to urban scale, and in different circumstances, from advanced-economy to developing-economy contexts, dialoguing with a plethora of clients, from public sector at any governance level to private investors, often with different perspectives.
The scope of feasibility studies of transport infrastructure has proven to provide clients with quality information for strategic decision making. Developing transport infrastructure, at every scale and in every context, need to be based on effective and sound analytical exercises, determining both the technical viability and the financial profitability of considered transport developments.
Predicting the viability of transport infrastructure projects is not straightforward; on the contrary, its assessment involves a number of interrelated variables, including environmental conditions and contextual restrictions, existing transport supply and travel demand forecasts, cost implications, involved stakeholder(s) and their goals and potential conflicting interests, and several others.