Multimodal Transportation

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Multimodal Transportation

The glo­bal chan­ges in social, tech­no­lo­gi­cal, eco­lo­gi­cal and spa­ti­al con­di­ti­ons have a con­si­derable impact on the mobi­li­ty of peop­le and the trans­port of goods. Today traf­fic is sub­ject to grea­ter chan­ges than ever befo­re. The trend “bet­ter, fas­ter, fur­ther” and the pur­su­it of eco­no­mic vita­li­ty and eco­lo­gi­cal sus­taina­bi­li­ty are trans­por­ta­ti­on aspects that are almost con­sis­tent all over the world. Espe­cial­ly in pas­sen­ger trans­port peop­le incre­a­singly use several dif­fe­rent means of trans­por­ta­ti­on for one sin­gle rou­te to reach their destination.

This mul­ti­moda­li­ty in trans­port requi­res sound know­ledge of the traf­fic pro­ces­ses and the inter­ac­tion bet­ween the dif­fe­rent types of trans­por­ta­ti­on as well as modern tools to be able to make accu­ra­te fore­casts of traf­fic volu­mes and to simu­la­te move­ment sce­n­a­ri­os. When deve­lo­ping intel­li­gent trans­por­ta­ti­on con­cepts, ILF not only takes into account pure­ly tech­ni­cal con­di­ti­ons, but also social, eco­no­mic and eco­lo­gi­cal aspects. From a trans­por­ta­ti­on per­spec­ti­ve, it is essen­ti­al to under­stand the effects on the trans­por­ta­ti­on net­work in order to illus­tra­te and opti­mi­ze the bene­fits of invest­ments in trans­por­ta­ti­on engi­nee­ring mea­su­res in all aspects alrea­dy in the run-up to decisions.

Highlights

Fiel­ds of Expertise:

  • Traf­fic plan­ning and forecasting
  • Traf­fic simulation
  • Traf­fic management
  • Traf­fic flow optimization
  • Mobi­li­ty design
  • Par­king faci­li­ty management
Get in touch
kohlb

Bernhard Kohl

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Phone+43 / 512 / 24 12 - 4213

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