Transport policy stands out as a major lever to enhance the spatial and economic integration of regions and communities, promoting exchange and improving the flows of goods and passengers, on a backdrop of the globalisation of exchanges, the development of urbanisation and continued densification in urban areas.
Egis develops a multi-modal approach to the Transport sector applied to both goods flows and passenger transportation policies.
- Multi-modal regional transport blueprints and plans
This approach can be applied on a nationwide perimeter, to the development of international economic corridors, or on a regional or city-wide scale (regional transport plans or urban mobility plans).
- Urban and suburban transport blueprints and plans
Urban transport plans, traffic plans, green transport and pedestrian travel, vehicle parking policies.
- Advisability and feasibility studies
Studies into the conditions governing the economic and financial feasibility of infrastructure and development plans (BRT, transportation hubs, etc.).
In its studies, Egis takes into account all the alternative transport modes which are becoming increasingly important for our city regions. A wide range of solutions exists (carpooling, car sharing, etc.), and these are actively promoted by manufacturers, operators and public transport authorities.