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INTEGRATED TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
The main elements that form part of a transportation planning study include the following:
Policy review and alignment with the broader planning environment.
Literature review and research to propose the best practices and tested solutions implemented both locally and internationally.
Status quo investigations to consider the available transport systems and determine the current capacity of each, the demand / supply ratio and existing gaps in the transport system. This step often entails extensive data collection which might include traffic counts, pedestrian counts, public transport surveys, accident statistics, travel surveys, geometric data and road safety audits.
Data analysis and scenario testing (if required).
Concept and detailed proposals.
Cost estimates and funding mechanisms.
Consultation with stakeholders and interested parties.
- Feasibility studies
- Grant evaluation and monitoring
- Guidelines and requirements
- Non-motorised transport planning
- Policy development
- Road master plans / road network planning
- Rural transport
- Transport logistics
- Transportation master plans / integrated transport plans (ITPs)
- Transportation modelling (macro)
- Transportation studies (including logistics and economics)
|Project Name||Project Location||Client Name|
|S'hamba Sonke||Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, South Africa||National Department of Transport|
|N12 Wolmaransstad Non-motorised Transport Study||Wolmaransstad, South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|Nkangala District Integrated Transport Plan||Nkangala, South Africa||Nkangala District Municipality|
|Non-Motorised Transport Studies and Road Safety Assessments on National Road R555 and National Road R579||Limpopo, South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|KwaZulu-Natal Road Infrastructure Planning Manual||KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa||KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport|
|KwaZulu-Natal Road Infrastructure Implementation Manual||KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa||KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport|
|Network Improvement Methodology, Gauteng||Gauteng, South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|Network Improvement Methodology, KwaZulu-Natal||KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa||KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
|KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa||Ekurhuleni, South Africa||City of Ekurhuleni|
|Forest Hill Master Plan||Tshwane, South Africa||Private Company|
|N12 Road Safety Study||North West, South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|City of Tshwane Non-motorised Transport Master Plan||Tshwane, South Africa||City of Tshwane|
|Ekurhuleni Infrastructure Master Plan||Ekurhuleni, South Africa||City of Ekurhuleni|
|Rural Transport Guidelines||South Africa||National Department of Transport|
|South African National Roads Agency Research Panel||South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|Maputo Port Staging Area||Maputo, Mozambique||Private Company|
|FMS Queue Spillbacks||Gauteng, Western Cape & KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa||South African National Roads Agency|
|Waterval Boven Route Alignment||Mpumalanga, South Africa||Private Company|
|Thembisile Hani Local Integrated Transport Plan||Middelburg, South Africa||Thembisile Hani Local Municipalit|
|Tshwane University of Technology Master Plan Review||Tshwane, South Africa||Tshwane University of Technology|
|Boeing Road Upgrade||Ekurhuleni, South Africa||City of Ekurhuleni|
|Ivory Park Master Plan||Johannesburg, South Africa||City of Johannesburg & Department of Transport & Aurecon|
|Non-motorised Transport Manual, Uganda||Kampala, Uganda||Ministry of Works and Transport, Uganda|
|Ministry of Works and Transport, Uganda||Johannesburg, South Africa||South African Cities Network|
|District Integrated Transport Plan for OR Tambo District Municipality||Eastern Cape, South Africa||OR Tambo District Municipality|