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Meet some of our key rail team leaders

29 August 2017

Steer Davies Gleave is one of the preeminent rail and transit consulting groups in North America, working globally for government and national rail agencies, infrastructure managers, operating companies, rolling stock manufacturers, leasing companies and investors. We have the skill, experience and versatility to analyze virtually any issue present within the rail industry; to provide strategic advice, to generate technical solutions, and to support practical implementation.

Hamilton LRT moves ahead

05 August 2017

The Hamilton LRT project, in Ontario’s Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, made a significant step forward earlier this month, gaining approval for its Environmental Project Report (EPR) by the Provincial Government on August 3rd. This news has opened the way for a Public Private Partnership (P3) procurement phase to proceed to detailed discussions with short-listed bidders. Construction is planned to begin in 2019, and the LRT is set to open in 2024.

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A guide to consistent evaluation

27 July 2017

Transit system performance directly impacts how cities and regions grow and prosper. As a result, transit improvements are increasingly being framed as more than a means to facilitate reliable and timely movement of people and goods.

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Ricardo Montecino returns to Steer Davies Gleave as an Associate Director

22 May 2017

Ricardo Montecino rejoins Steer Davies Gleave after almost five years working in the public sector, at the Executive Authority for the Metropolitan Public Transport (DTPM) in Santiago, Chile. He joins Steer Davies Gleave’s Latin American team as an Associate Director and will be based in their Santiago de Chile office.

Making fares make sense

13 July 2016

Smart card and mobile payment technologies have led many transit agencies to adapt their fare policies and strategies. New technology allows for new ways to set, calculate and pay fares, creating opportunities to align fare strategy with both broader policy goals and customer needs. 

Developing new fare strategies can be politically and technically complex, as transit fare strategy shapes the price travelers pay, which in turn impacts ridership, revenue and financial sustainability.

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