Transport & Infrastructure

A well functioning transport system contributes towards and sustains the growth of the national and international economy. Renewing and expanding the transport systems and related infrastructure contributes to the prevention and reduction of congestion and its resulting costs to the economy. The reduction of noise pollution, emission of particle matter and green house gasses are all examples of real issues which are directly related to transport.

The effects of transport policy are exceptionally diverse. At a macro-level, an efficient transport system contributes to economic growth and regional work opportunities; while at a micro level, transport policy influences the competitive position of companies (for example ‘open sky' measures in air traffic). Alongside this, transport policy clearly has an influence on the environment, sustainability and spatial planning. These many different dimensions make transport, by its very nature, a subject whereby the implications of policy measures must be considered in an integral and transparent manner.

Stratelligence, via the use of quantitative research methods and focus on strategic, economic and technical dimensions, is exceptionally well positioned to analyse the effects of policy measures and to estimate the effects of new infrastructure and transport systems.