The efficient handling of limited resources is a key economic challenge for which certain prerequisites can only partially be provided by the private sector itself. Especially the planning of transport infrastructure requires the interaction and coordination of a variety of stakeholders such as national, regional and on an increasing basis European institutions and associations.
A glance beyond the horizon of the individual company makes it possible to supply a range of long-term perspectives for the development of the transport sector, which can help raise public awareness for transport issues and provide elected officials a basis to make sensible decisions in scope of future investments and legislation.
Concepts for urban logistics
Studies on the reactivation of railway infrastructure
Models for infrastructure financing (e.g. differentiated tolls for all roads)
Impact assessment of transport policies (e.g. the impact of prices on the choice of transport modes)
Recommendations for industrial locations