ratio:'s transport planning team offers our clients high level, innovative, strategic advice, which encourages the use of sustainable transport modes, including walking, cycling and public transport.
Movement and Place Assessments
Fundamental to movement and place thinking is recognizing that streets perform multiple functions; not only transport links but also destinations in their own right. ratio:’s unique expertise in both transport planning and urban design enables us to look at movement and place assessments though a holistic lens.
Sustainable Transport Planning
From public transport to bike-sharing, ratio: works with private & public clients to research, plan and recommend the most suitable sustainable transport solutions for the specific needs of each project. Where needed, our team seamlessly integrates with ratio:'s planning and traffic engineering teams.
As we strive to achieve a less car-reliant city, ratio: has developed innovative and space-efficient bicycle storage solutions to help make cycling an attractive travel mode alternative, drawing on our experience with the large range of bicycle storage products currently on the market.
Strategic Transport Planning
ratio: regularly works with local and state government clients to prepare integrated transport assessments for structure plans and masterplans which consider all modes of transport. We have extensive experience in preparing local area traffic management studies and transport strategies ranging from walking and cycling strategies to road hierarchy reviews and pathway infrastructure strategies.
Green Travel Plans
Green travel is an increasing priority in today’s world – we work with multiple stakeholders to determine the best methods to promote and achieve sustainable transport options such as walking, cycling, car-sharing and public transport for a range of organisations including schools and workplaces.
Major Event Planning
ratio: works with major sports and entertainment event organisers to create safe and secure traffic plans that protect competitors, participants and spectators. We recognise the unique transport requirements of large-scale events and the difference that good planning makes.