Consultancy services for a future tender process for a BRT line in Aalborg’s municipal area.
Introducing cycle superhighways in Berlin.
Regional transport models are being used to evaluate the effects of land use planning and forecasted traffic growth. Ramboll was commissioned by Region Skane to validate the existing national transport model SAMPERS by using GPS-data provided by Inrix.
The highway road network around the Malmo region faces congestion and disturbance daily. GPS-data from motorized vehicles provides information over the location of the bottlenecks by the historic speed reduction on the segment. The information was used to optimize mitigation measures in a cost-effective way and to reduce accidents.
The Asian Development Bank and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have started an initiative with Ramboll to develop, pilot, and implement smart city concepts in eight South-East Asian countries. The project will address urban challenges within liveability, climate change and resilience.
Imagine having an app that combines all available transport options, such as taxis, public transport, cars and even bike share, into a single mobile service. With the Whim app, consumers can do exactly that, purchasing the exact services they need either as a one-off or on a subscription basis.
The objective of the Strategic Comprehensive Transport Development Plan (SCTPD) for Addis Ababa commissioned by AACRA is to appropriately address the transport and mobility challenges identified in Addis, by proposing and planning the implementation of new transport strategies and projects for the city, that are feasible from economic, financial, technical and environmental viewpoints and embraced by the involved authorities and the public.
Ramboll provided the traffic forecasts of the concert traffic as well as micro-simulation studies including both pedestrian and vehicular traffic of the surrounding streets.
The overall goal of the project was planning and construction of two new IWT cargo terminals. Ramboll in association with partners in Bangladesh, have performed a feasibility study and detailed design of 2 new IWT cargo terminals in Pangaon and Ashuganj. In both locations new berthing facilities and improved cargo handling facilities will be implemented.
This study is intended to prepare a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for the Tbilisi metropolitan area. The SUMP aims at the creation of effective and inclusive transport system ensuring equal accessibility and sustainable mobility to and within the city.
Ramboll Smart Mobility conducted pedestrian modelling and transport planning and design services for the new Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High Speed Rail (HSR) terminus in Jurong East