Urban development

Mobility

At the outset, urban transportation plans centred on keeping traffic flowing smoothly and organising car parking, but nowadays they aim to reduce pollution, preserve air quality and save energy, by encouraging the development of public transportation and alternative ways of getting around (walking, cycling, etc.) and promoting a harmonious, balanced approach to urban planning (social mix, combined uses, etc.). In addition to performing traffic surveys, producing traffic plans and improving signage and parking, Artelia is now increasingly involved in public transportation projects (tramways, reserved-lane bus networks, rail services and multimodal hubs), while striving to optimise economic and environmental aspects for the community and meet clients' and users' needs.

Urban transport system in Cuenca

Client : Cuenca city council
Country : Ecuador

Date : 2010 - 2011

Services :
  • Prefeasibility study

Artelia is conducting a feasibility study of the first tram line to be built in Cuenca (Ecuador), passing through the city's UNESCO World Heritage-listed historic centre

"Seine Arche" national-interest project in Nanterre

Client : EPADESA (Etablissement public d'aménagement de la Défense Seine-Arche)
Country : France

Date : 2009 - 2010

Services :
  • Mobility and Transportation Means Study

Bus rapid transit (BRT) in Niort

Client : Communauté d'Agglomération de Niort (CAN)
Country : France

Date : 2010

Services :
  • Feasibility and definition
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