Many major cities are considering various strategies aimed at reducing congestion. The trend has been to encourage a shift towards public transport, particularly buses, light rail, suburban rail and metros. Sustainability is an increasingly important consideration for both private and public sector transport operators and is being addressed in numerous innovative ways in urban transport networks globally.
There is still a great deal of road and highway development underway, both in terms of new developments and upgrades. It is important to develop and maintain routes linking major cities and urban areas by taking into account the relationship between transport, the environment, public spaces and people.
Innovation, creative planning and design are critical in developing and maintaining transport infrastructure cost effectively. A systematic approach is required to achieve the integration of the vital planning elements, and it is for this reason that urban transport is implemented through transport master planning. Master planning helps to bring different elements of transport into focus in an integrated, seamless manner.
Aurecon has been providing urban transport services since the 1970s. We have the people with the right skills to provide professional services that include a full range of specialised transportation services. These include planning across various modes, traffic engineering and safety, intelligent transport solutions (ITS), travel demand management, master planning, road user charging, feasibility and transport impact studies, transportation policy work and transportation legislation. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is also used to explore and understand a project’s physical and functional characteristics before it is built, which can offer cost savings as well as flexibility.
Aurecon has the knowledge and experience to provide advice on a broad range of the planning, design and delivery of sustainable transportation systems and infrastructure to clients across the globe.
Aurecon’s clients have included government authorities, government and state owned corporations, design and construct contractors, financiers, and private developers.