What we do

Transport planning and mobility

TYPSA has carried out a wide variety of transport planning studies and projects for both public and private clients, while providing functional support to other divisions within the Group. The growing trend in this field, in terms of technical scope and the size of the works undertaken, has led to a high degree of specialisation, especially with reference to the relationship between land use, urban morphology and mobility. Our experience in engineering, economics, research and statistical studies, modelling and urban planning enables us to offer a multidisciplinary approach, investing rigour and yielding accurate results, without losing contact with the new needs of sustainable mobility thanks to the integration of these disciplines with the latest technologies. 

  • Sustainable urban mobility plans
  • Transport Master Plans (metropolitan, provincial, regional, national)
  • Walking and cycling mobility
  • Mobility plans for new urban developments, facilities and events
  • Demand studies for conventional and high speedrailways 
  • Interurban bus network analysis
  • LRT, BRT and metro demand studies
  • Urban bus route restructuring and demand analysis
  • Transport management and bus concession studies
  • Air and maritime transport demand studies
  • Traffic studies for roads and highways
  • Toll road studies
  • Studies of accessibility to ports, airports, railway stations and bus terminals
  • Urban traffic studies
  • Traffic studies for new facilities (shopping centres, hospitals, sports centres)
  • Traffic modelling for urban, metropolitan and interurban areas
  • Traffic micro-simulation
  • Parking studies
  • Feasibility and demand studies for interurban bus terminals, railway stations, airports and service stations
  • Urban and metropolitan intermodal transport infrastructure studies
  • Strategic plans for intermodal transport
  • Sectoral strategies for national and international transport
  • Strategic transport plans
  • Sustainable mobility promotion strategies
  • Establishment of transport authorities 
  • Fare integration studies
  • Financial analysis 
  • Concession studies. PPPs
  • Economic evaluation 
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Financing of new services and infrastructure
  • Economic impact studies – urban infrastructure and new transport services
  • Studies of freight transport
  • Studies of transport hubs and intermodal areas
  • Freight transport intermodal plans
  • Port demand study
  • Studies of logistics and urban goods distribution
José Laffond Yges
Head of Division