Multimodal Transportation


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.


Fields of Expertise:

  • Traffic planning and forecasting
  • Traffic simulation
  • Traffic management
  • Traffic flow optimization
  • Mobility design
  • Parking facility management
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Bernhard Kohl

Tel+43 / 512 / 24 12 - 4213

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