How do we create tall building solutions that will stay viable and relevant over their life cycle?
How can we make public transport safer and the countryside more accessible? One answer may be self-driving bus shelters, where passengers are protected against the weather inside lighted buses while being driven to the nearest bus stop.
Constructive and holistic thinking can make a city more resilient, sustainable and liveable – but it is crucial not to regard cities and nature as opposites. That’s the conclusion of a new Ph.D., partly financed by Ramboll.
Continued traffic growth and a central location in Norway makes the planned expansion of Tromsø airport a high priority.
The area of Pasila in Helsinki is being transformed into a business and lifestyle hub.
How do we change people’s transport habits, to make a transition into a sustainable and smart system? This was debated by global innovation leaders at a recent Ramboll-organised event.
With the purchase of transport consultancy Vertix in Singapore, Ramboll is committed to increasing smart mobility in South East Asia.
Integrated digital solutions are central to developing more liveable, sustainable and competitive cities.
What exactly does climate change and health have to do with each other? That is one of the many questions that Ramboll will address at the New York Climate Week.
Rambla, our global Intranet/Digital Workspace, has picked up gold in the prestigious 2018 Step Two Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards.
Germany’s largest light-rail project is on track to carry 10,000 passengers a day and significantly reduce car traffic.