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Increasing rail ridership through more sustainable patterns of station access through quantifying and evaluating the impacts of changes to rail and station access policy on ridership demand using a Multiple Account Evaluation Framework and Life Cycle Costing Approach.
- Transport mode: Bus & coach, Cycling & walking, Rail, Urban transit
- Service: Economics, Local transport policy, Sustainable transport
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- Region: North America
RBC Capital Markets (financial advisor to Georgia Department of Transportation)
Steer Davies Gleave supported GDOT and its financial advisors through its first transportation P3 process by providing traffic and revenue forecasts and advice.
In an effort to improve connectivity along the I-75/I-575 corridor northwest of Atlanta, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is pursuing a potential public-partnership that would involve adding capacity to the corridor in the form of dynamically-tolled managed lanes and bus rapid transit service.
City of Longmont
Steer Davies Gleave led a consultant team to develop a transit-oriented development plan for downtown Longmont, Colorado. The focus of the plan was on how transit investment can help shape the future of the area in an uncertain planning and funding environment.
- Transport mode: Cycling & walking, Urban transit
- Service: Development planning, Economics, Local transport policy, Sustainable transport
Corporation of Delta
Steer Davies Gleave was commissioned by the Corporation of Delta to conduct a transportation study to review and evaluate the ability of the George Massey tunnel in Metro Vancouver to handle current and potential future traffic demand, and to estimate the economic cost of congestion. We developed of cost of congestion estimates based on literature review and analysis of current traffic and future demand on the tunnel.
Network RailInvestment in rail stations can have a significant impact on economic development through a variety of effects. Using several case studies stake holder consultation and technical analysis, this project examined the linkages and evidence for the relationship between rail station investment and economic development in different contexts throughout the UK.