The Challenge

Mobility is a fundamental right of every citizen. Local public transport can and must become a valid alternative to personal means of transport in relation to costs, travel times and reliability. The problems generated by traffic and the emission of polluting agents must be reduced, above all in areas with a high population density, without limiting the mobility of the people.

Service efficiency depends mainly on the closeness of the stops, the filling stations and the possibility of fast changes. An effective solution, however, must also consider clear times and costs, dynamic information for the passengers and the use of modern vehicles. Naturally, the reliability of public transport is decisive for satisfying the population’s needs.

Time saving derives from reserved lane traffic, the use of intelligent traffic light systems and the use of interchanges.

Finally, even high accessibility and management inexpensiveness are important factors for success. An optimal result goes to the advantage of the community and the environment.


Demand analysis, traffic surveys

Mobility master planning

Timetables and operating model

Multimodal integration

Optimisation of the urban transport system

Simulation of the impacts on traffic

Integration into urban landscape

Layout tracing

Consultancy in project approval, plans and public financing procedures

Consensus building

Stops, stations, technical systems, bridges and tunnels

Rainwater drainage systems

Signalling and safety systems, overhead contact lines and power systems

Management systems (RBL or ITCS), user information systems


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