Passenger transport and soft modes


Roads must be viewed in the largest sense, i.e. as meeting places for all users: motorists, bus drivers, lorry drivers, motorcyclists, cyclists, pedestrians, and persons with impaired mobility. Rational and optimized use of public space by these various categories depends on the definition and implementation of mobility policies that are consistent in their various aspects: information to road users, pricing and tax system for each mode, public space planning and development of infrastructure and engineering structures, spatial distribution of functions, etc. The systematic evaluation of public space redevelopment projects is a key stage in the process towards a better quality of public space for the benefit of future users.

Our expertise is available for both public institutions (at the federal, regional or local level) and private organizations (companies, consultancy firms, etc.) faced with mobility problems. Real-time traffic management, corporate travel and delivery plans, mobility plans, the optimization of public space, the evaluation of development projects, and codes of good practice for planners are a few of the areas of specialization of the Mobility – Safety – Road Management Division