We partner with local authorities throughout the country, including city, district and regional Councils, such as the Canterbury Regional Council, Selwyn District Council, Christchurch City Council and Auckland Transport.
The services we offer are broad, ranging from assistance with strategy and policy to advice on procurement; from parking and accessibility studies to active transport and public transport planning. we employ a flexible mindset, tailoring our approach to each unique circumstance and utilising a variety of cutting-edge resources to achieve the best results.
With considerable growth forecast for Belfast and northern Christchurch in general, the Christchurch City Council (CCC) identified the need to understand the effects an increase in population and commerce could have on transport...Find out more
In order to make use of the valuable insights offered by road users, the Christchurch Traffic Operations Centre (CTOC) wanted a more efficient way to collate and review the complaints they received. In contrast to their existing system...Find out more
The latest in a range of projects relating to Dunedin City Council’s (DCC) cycle strategy, this job involved generating a benefit-cost ratio (BCR) to assist in their application to the NZ Transport Agency for funding of a portion of their strategic cycle network.Find out more
Dunedin City Council (DCC) were finding themselves inundated with suggestions and advice regarding existing and proposed cycling facilities in and around the city. They were looking for help to explain and justify the decisions ...Find out more
This comprehensive review of Christchurch’s bus network had two distinct parts. The first involved high level scoping analysis of bus corridor routes and the development of a priority list for implementing/improving each of these corridors...Find out more
The Gisborne District Council (GDC) were looking to update their urban development strategy, and, in conjunction with both their annual plans and their long-term consultation plans, wanted to revisit their walking and cycling strategy.Find out more
The Hamilton City Council (HCC) asked us to update the city’s accessibility model, taking into account a number of significant subdivisions and changes to infrastructure that had occurred in recent years. They wanted a clear overview of ...Find out more
With a limited budget for maintaining and building bridges the Hastings District Council (HDC) wanted a way to focus their annual spending on priority projects. They asked us to review their road system and determine which bridges played...Find out more
Looking to establish a defined town centre for Rolleston, the Selwyn District Council (SDC) came to us for transport advice to complement the master plan they were creating. They wanted to establish the street cross sections...Find out more
With Rolleston’s residential and commercial sectors rapidly expanding the Selwyn District Council recognised the need for a tool to help them manage the township’s growth. They wanted an analytical tool to estimate the impact that growth...Find out more
In 2010, when the Waimakariri District Council committed to creating a more vibrant town centre for Rangiora, it quickly became clear that access and parking was a key issue. They recognised that this was constraining the economic development...Find out more