EMM provides transport planning and traffic engineering services for development projects throughout Australia. This includes transport services for metropolitan and regional areas, from planning to construction stage.
Transport planning and traffic engineering
Transport planning is an integral part of all land, road, railway, port and airport developments. Whether in a greenfield site or urban location, the road safety, amenity and the capacity of road infrastructure can all be implicated. Related transport issues, including public transport access and the social, economic and environmental implications, must also frequently be resolved.
Our Australian and internationally experienced leaders in strategic transport planning and assessment increase our capacity to deliver innovative thinking, value add and creative engineering solutions for our clients’ transport planning needs.
Our highly experienced traffic engineering team provide high quality client-focused and innovative technical advice from simple development applications to large scale infrastructure projects. Our experience and knowledge are complemented by our strong relationships with key industry stakeholders to achieve quality outcomes on time and budget.
We deliver projects with consideration of the ‘end user’, promoting a strong focus across the entire journey – as a driver, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist or as a user of public transport.
Road and public transport network modelling
Urban planning and master planning
Transit oriented development and value capture
Community and stakeholder consultation
Active transport planning (eg Bike Plan, PAMP, Green Travel Plan)
Project approvals and delivery
Traffic Impact Assessments (TIA)
Construction Traffic Management and Control Plans (CTMP & TCP)
Car park design assessments and End of Trip Facilities (EoTF)
On and off-street car parking management
Loading Dock/ Coach Management Plans
Road and pavement design
Local Area Traffic Management (LATM)
Independent project verification and review (peer review)
Representation to Land & Environment court