Central government has a long-standing and crucial role in the development and regulation of the transport sector. Today it must adapt to new mobility patterns and accommodate technological innovation in transport and regional planning.

Capacity Building, organisational audits
Egis works for authorities in charge of Transport policy as part of programmes to reinforce and modernise the governmental action: analysis of the impact of intended reforms on the organisation of services and the consequent adjustment of their institutional and legislative framework.

Financial packages, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
The devolution by central government of certain responsibilities regarding the financing or operation of transport projects is an important lever to enable projects to be implemented and their operations optimised from an economic perspective. Egis conducts studies into the feasibility of projects, conditions for the implementation of a Public-Private Partnership, and studies into the financing of and institutional support for project structuring.

Transport logistics, multi-modality
The potential resulting from the regulation and deregulation of modal competition is a structural component of a sustainable transport policy and an important industrial issue. Egis supports its clients in analysing the economic and industrial competitiveness of transport supply chains and their ensuing implications for infrastructure and facilities.

Multinational transport facilitation and institutional and regulatory environment
We recommend regulatory and institutional measures for the facilitation of transport and for the organisation of industrial sectors, intended for implementation on nationwide or international scales.