We perceive that there is significant knowledge gap between research and practice in the fields of transport planning and transport modelling. Our aim is to narrow this gap by conducting applied research projects and bringing the latest approaches for research into planning practice.
We collaborate with research universities, government agencies, transport operators, planning consultancies and urban planners.
Our key fields of interest are urban mobility, with a focus on walking and cycling, digital planning approaches and data-driven planning.
Our methodological competences include various survey techniques including stated preference, spatial analysis, GIS data management, transport modelling, agent-based transport simulation, data science and virtual reality.
Founded in July 2016, we are very happy to already be engaged in a series of projects. Soon, we will publish more information on some of those projects on our website. For now, a teaser:
We support one of the leading urban design offices with our transport expertise for the development of a major urban masterplan in Singapore.
We advise a major Swiss transport operator about the opportunities that come with harnessing Big Data to understand mobility patterns and applying the latest transport modelling approaches.
We lead a research project on the potential of walking in Swiss agglomerations. Together with the HSLU, we consult the Swiss Federal Office of Spatial Development (ARE) with our expertise in conducting stated preference surveys.
We support a transport planning consultancy to develop a mobility concept for a fast growing campus of a pharmaceutical company.