We work on a diverse array of projects, for a wide variety of clients. The projects below showcase our core skills, and demonstrate our ability to customise the solutions we offer.
Mechanisms for measuring the value of public transport in New Zealand are currently limited and generally only consider financial aspects. This research sought to understand and appraise the additional incremental value that is added to a public transport network by services that in isolation may be comparatively inefficient.Find out more
Abley were engaged to develop a multi-modal multi-metric Network Operating Plan for Tauranga City to identify mode based Level of Service gaps and test scenarios around their treatment to inform future works programmes on a one network basis.Find out more
Queenstown area is experiencing unprecedented levels of growth in population and visitors. This exponential growth has significant implications for the transport network, liveability and attractiveness of the area. Traditional transport strategies in response to growth will no longer work in the Queenstown environment, requiring a fundamental change in thinking and approach.Find out more
Highfield Park is an area of land in Christchurch, between Marshlands and Redwood, which a private group of investors were looking to have rezoned from rural to residential. As part of the consent process they enlisted our help to study the impact 2200...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