As a flagship service in this area, we are proud to highlight Sustainable Mobility Plans and their derivatives, the result of my years of experience and with the following approach:
- Short and long-term measures. The vision must be strategic, towards the future, though plans must contain measures that can be applied from day one, so that results can be seen in the early stages of a project, and are not “locked away in a drawer”.
- Holistic approach involving transport and the city; town-planning and mobility form an inseparable binomial. The model of the city conditions mobility policies and the city must be created with accessibility at the forefront.
- Meticulous data-compiling process, an important aspect to which valuable resources will be dedicated, as this is the basis for a good design and aids the decision making process.
- An intermodal outlook for all means of transport: all modes have their place and our work is to fit together all the pieces of the puzzle.
- Citizens’ engagement as the basis for agreement on and the success of a mobility plan.
- Quantifying effects. It is not enough to simply say that these measures are sustainable or worthwhile; we must evaluate just how good they are and what effects they produce on externalities, without losing sight of the impact they could have on climate change and its mitigation.
- Benchmarking or analysis of experiences and lessons learnt is used as a base technique for the development of projects and in the citizens’ engagement process. Experiences from other cities and countries serve as inspiration and allow for these and the different social agents involved to be better understood.
And of course, I also carry out and develop specific aspects relating to transport and mobility in cities such as studies into interchanges, massive transport projects involving reserved platforms (Metropolitan Railways, Tramways, BRT, etc…), non-motorised modes of transport (pedestrians and bicycles), ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) technology based projects for the optimisation of infrastructure usage and demand management), etc…