Our transportation planners specialise in land use and integrated transport planning, investment, design and implementation of solutions connecting transport modes and communities. Our solutions encourage optimal transport use and optimise available resources, both for the present and looking forward. We always seek to provide an excellent return on investment from an economic, social and environmental perspective, such as Hamilton City Council’s activity management plans being aligned with best practice.
At an international level, our Technical Director for Mass Rapid Transport, James Tinnion-Morgan, spent six years based in Vietnam, where he delivered land use and transport masterplanning, pre-feasibility and feasibility transportation planning advice and detailed design and implementation / operations projects of World Bank funded Bus Rapid Transit systems for Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang.
We have recently developed a 30-year vision transport and land use masterplan for Auckland International Airport, including its delivery of the 2nd runway and integrated passenger terminal. We have provided scheme assessment and concept of operations reporting for the AMETI Eastern busway, as well as design management (on behalf of Auckland Transport) of the AMETI Value Engineering exercise and the ticketing and fare collection strategy and concept of operations report for the Downtown Ferry Terminal Redevelopment project (which also included participation in the Value Engineering process and reporting that achieved $30M savings).
T+T was also commissioned by AT to update the SAR for EB3 and also provided stormwater and traffic inputs into the SAR update of EB2. In addition to these projects members of T+T have been involved in the development of Mass Transit options for Auckland from the CCFAS2 study which developed some of the current LRT route options and the advanced bus study which formed part of the LRT review while Richard Hancy has recently held a seconded position as NZTA Project Director for the City Centre to Mangere project.
- Memorial Park Alliance
- Auckland Manukau Eastern Transport Initiative (AMETI)
- Downtown Ferry basin development (Downtown Infrastructure Development programme)