GIS Design can be proud of different experiences in traffic studies carried out in various town councils and thanks to the use of technologically advanced tools, updated software and specifically trained staff, it is able to carry out:
- Traffic and circulation surveys;
- Urban Traffic Plans (UTP);
- Urban Mobility Plans (UMP);
- Urban Road Safety Plans (URSP);
- Car parking and road sign plans;
- Mobility studies and surveys;
- Research and prototyping in logistics and mobility.
GIS Design supplies and carries out research activities in different areas like transport and territory policies.
The personnel are expert in transport engineering, transport system planning and transport technologies.
In particular, the company develops and realises several research and innovative projects in favour of sustainable mobility, in order to improve the quality of life into the metropolitan areas. GIS Design is also partner of several consortium within the “Smart, clean and efficient energy “ programme and it took part in the following calls: MG.5.2-2014 – “Reducing impacts and costs of freight and service trips in urban areas”; MG.5.3-2014 “Tackling urban congestion”.
GIS Design projects deals with the improvement of goods and people mobility, in order to favour modal transfer, cost internalization, energy efficiency, emissions reduction, safety improvement, social equity and accessibility for everyone.
The company has a flexible approach able to formulate analyses and evaluation at different territorial levels, from the single local work, to the sector strategic planning.
GIS Design supplies specialised consultancies and surveys on the following areas:
- Planning of integrated and strategic transport-territory systems (at a urban, regional and intra-regional level);
- Transport, traffic and road safety planning (at different territorial levels);
- Planning and service implementation of urban goods distribution – city logistics;
- Specialised consultancy for tenders on public transport;
- Planning of Demand Responsive Transport systems (DRT);
- Transport planning for the ‘weak users’ pedestrian-cycle;
- Planning and implementation of car sharing, car-pooling and bike sharing systems;
- Development of marketing politics for transport companies;
- Implementation of fleets monitoring systems;
- Economical and financial estimate of transport projects and politics;
- Evaluation of territorial and transport impact caused by residential, commercial and industrial infrastructures;
- Planning of tariff integrated systems (e-ticketing);
- Communication and marketing plans for vertical and horizontal dissemination (at a local, regional, national and European level);
- Development of Mobility Management politics;
- Planning of transport integrated systems (modal, tariff and technological integration);
- Networking at a local, regional, national and European level;
- Planning of ITS systems (Intelligent Transport System);
- Attendance to European tender notices and possible admission in European networks.