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Applying Census Data for Transportation

21 December 2017

Mario Scott and Megan Brock of Steer Davies Gleave’s New York office attended Transportation Research Board’s conference in November on Applying Census Data for Transportation: 50 Years of Transportation Planning Data Progress.

New tool to help understand local economic impacts of transport

22 October 2010

In an economy with less funding, new tools are needed to help make the right decisions. We have developed a sub-regional economic impacts model called SpECTra – Spatial Economic Consequences of Transport.

Urban Dynamic Model demonstrates wider impacts of transport

16 March 2010

Steer Davies Gleave’s Urban Dynamic Model (UDM) is being used to explore the relationship between transport, employment, housing, mode shares and carbon emissions for South Yorkshire and Merseyside.

In South Yorkshire the UDM was first applied in 2007 when it was used to demonstrate how large scale investment in transport infrastructure could have a major impact on the local economy, showing gains in employment, with associated productivity and agglomeration benefits.  Extensions to this original commission are being used to update and enhance this model.

Tags: Modelling
Region: UK & Ireland
Category: Press releases

Dublin transport forecasting tool

07 July 2008

A review of the main forecasting tool for transport demand in the Greater Dublin Area has recently been completed by leading transport consultancy Steer Davies Gleave.

We were asked by the Dublin Transportation Office to conduct the review before it develops its transportation strategy.

Our recommendations will be used to revise the model that tests the response to supply and demand management policies when comparing alternative strategies.

Recommendations for the model include:

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