"With increasing globalisation, the fast pace of modern life and growing traffic volumes, the quality of transport infrastructure is a critical factor for social and economic development."

Traffic engineering

Efficient use of existing trafficked areas

The prudent use of space – a finite resource – is of increasing significance in today’s world, as is the sensible integration of new transport infrastructure in existing urban and residential areas. Modern traffic engineering technology, such as signalling, traffic data processing, electronic signage and intelligent control systems, is used to optimise traffic flow. Volumes on existing routes may be increased using intelligent traffic management systems.

Approval procedures relating to the construction of transportation infrastructure require extensive, predictive traffic analyses, environmental risk assessments and conceptual designs. The simulation of traffic flows enables new standards to be achieved in the optimisation of design-relevant planning parameters relating to the implementation of specific objectives (e.g. in the case of exceeding of a certain traffic density or on dangerous sections of road).

Service spectrum

  • Land acquisition plans
  • Noise protection measures
  • Determination of road lines
  • Road marking and signing plans
  • Planning approval documents
  • Noise protection measures
  • Routing calculations
  • Traffic diversion plans