Transport Assessment

  we provide transport assessments

We provide a variety of traffic and transport assessments

 Integrated Transport Assessments (ITAs)

An ITA is developed for more significant proposals, including plan changes and plan variations, and involves liaison with stake-holders such as Council and road-controlling authorities to define the scope of the assessment. The work involves reviewing planning documents and infrastructure plans, considering all modes of transport and methods of reducing reliance on private cars, assessing the proposal, evaluating the potential impact of the proposal on the transport environment, and developing appropriate measures to deal with those effects.

Assessments will often require the obtaining of traffic data through surveys and in some cases modelling the transport network with specialised software.

 Traffic Impact Assessments (TIAs)

For proposals that have a smaller potential traffic impact we prepare a TIA report. This work usually involves reviewing site plans, assessing parking supply and demand, and evaluating the potential impact of the proposal on the transport environment.

 Feasibility Studies

When considering the viability of a potential project a full traffic assessment is often not necessary, and we frequently advise clients on transport matters that may have a significant bearing on the design or feasibility of a site. Our advice can assist a potential purchaser or developer to better understand the opportunities and constraints of a site or project.

If you need a transport assessment please get in touch

Recent Projects

The development company associated with the charitable trust managing Wesley College and surrounding land located on 294 hectares at Paerata north of Pukekohe had their landholding identified as a one of the first Special Housing Areas in 2013 and wished to complete a Plan Variation to rezone the land for development.
 

When the Massey Anglican Church, locally known as the Church of the Good Shepherd was planning to expand the capacity of their facilities they realised they needed expert traffic engineering advice.