If the design is right, then cycling is an attractive alternative to using motorized transport. Fast cycling links provide travelers with a safe, healthy and often faster route through the city than traveling with a car on a road. Besides being convenient, cycling relieves congestion on the roads and has a positive impact on climate and air quality.
COVID-19 has had a disruptive impact on mobility which affects the future of transport and urban planning. This change increases the need for reliable information on the movements of people. Telia and Ramboll joined forces to start a significant cooperation on using Telia’s Crowd Insights tool.
Location data from mobile devices provide us with the knowledge necessary for efficient and long-term planning of public transport. In cooperation with telecom operator Telia, Ramboll works on a project aiming to inform transport modelling in Finland. Using anonymous and aggregated data from Telia Crowd Insights, Ramboll seeks to assess how people based on today’s patterns were to travel if a new rail line were to be built. The aggregated data set is created according to GDPR rules, and with this method it is not possible to track individuals.
Blazing down the road on an electric scooter can be a fun and effective way to get you from A to B. But, is it safe, sustainable and does it contribute to a city’s wider mobility priorities? The report Achieving Sustainable Micro-Mobility identifies a framework to access micro-mobility schemes.
Connecting Continental Europe with Scandinavia, the 18-km Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link will become the world’s longest immersed tunnel for cars and trains. Get a few insights on one of the world's most innovative, ongoing mega-engineering projects of our time.More about the record-breaking tunnel design
We help national transport administrations, private contractors and municipalities with the design, construction and maintenance of transport projects. Learn more about how we enable sustainable mobility in our capability statement.Enabling sustainable mobility