• Public transport planning

    What must future public transport look like in order to be attractive for all population groups? Mobility is changing. More and more transport suppliers are entering the market, e-mobility is booming, sharing systems are growing. New forms of operation and integrated interfaces between local public transport and pedestrian, bicycle and automobile traffic are starting to play an increasingly important role. We accompany our clients during this change process and advise them on the development of their public transport system.

    Pricing is a challenging task for public transport operators. Our advice is based on expert opinions and feasibility studies, as well as on economic assessments of transport fares and their impact. This makes economic management much easier.

    We develop your local transport plan, adapted to your respective situation, whilst taking into account your individual financing options, as well as the type of awarding and the spatial structure of the regional authority. Depending on your requirements, we can supply you with adapted solutions for individual counties or cooperation areas/groups. 

    We provide consulting support in the following areas ...

    • Public transport concepts
    • Local transport plans
    • Line bundling
    • Public transport quality: Data collection & analysis
    • Fare systems: Development & consulting
  • We need to address the basic conditions required for changed mobility early on, so that autonomous driving does not become a burden on the urban traffic infrastructure, but rather strengthens and complements public transport as part of an autonomous sharing and service system.

     

    Petra Strauß
    Head of Division Public Transport Planning and Evaluation

Our references

  • Germany
    Transport modelling for Berlin Transport Services
    Transport modelling for Berlin Transport Services

    For Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe BVG (Berlin Transport Services), PTV Transport Consult enhanced the existing transport model in terms of content and methodology. 

  • Germany
    Mobility for the growing city of Munich
    Mobility for the growing city of Munich

    Our experts are developing integrated traffic concepts that allow the City of Munich to handle the increasing volume of mobility in the growing metropolis.

  • Germany
    Mobility as a Service Concepts for Darmstadt
    Mobility as a Service Concepts for Darmstadt

    How can Darmstadt’s public transport and new on-demand services complement each other? Various service concepts show the potential and effects of MaaS.