RSK’s traffic and transportation engineering team offers a full range of services for the planning and design of the infrastructure necessary to meet the travel demands relating to construction projects from inception to completion for private- and public-sector clients. Throughout all the stages of your project, our capabilities in transport planning and traffic engineering will deliver innovative, cost-effective safety and accessibility measures for all the users of the highway network.
Our range of services includes
- Scheme appraisal
- Transport assessments
- Environmental assessments
- Multimodal modelling
- Master planning
- Construction traffic management plans
- Traffic engineering
- Road safety audits
- Travel planning
- Parking management
- Expert witness at public inquiries
- Negotiation and delivery of legal planning obligations.
Our dedicated and experienced professionals have undertaken complex projects using the latest simulation software, design standards and guidelines for a diverse client base.
- Berkeley Homes
- Notting Hill Housing
- Taylor Wimpey
- Persimmon Homes
- East Anglia Offshore Wind
- National Grid
- Horizon Nuclear Power
- Transport for London
- Nottingham Express Transit
- Transport Scotland
- Cheshire East Council
- London Borough of Newham
- Epping Forest District Council
- Kent County Council
Examples of our recent projects
Berkeley Homes, Royal Borough of Greenwich and Transport for London, London, UK
Highway improvement works along the A206 from Woolwich High Street to Arsenal Way required bus journey time TRANSYT modelling and junction, cyclist and pedestrian improvements to mitigate the impact of the Woolwich Arsenal waterfront development on the highways.
Value: £3.3 million
East Anglia Offshore Wind – East Anglia ONE, Suffolk, UK
This project examined and evaluated the availability, viability and justification for using the existing multimodal transport networks, including the road, rail and water networks, for the construction of underground power cables and a convertor station for the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm.
London Legacy Development Corporation, London, UK
A zonal construction traffic management plan was prepared in support of the development of Planning Delivery Zone 6 in the north-eastern sector of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The plan was prepared to accord and integrate with the approved London Legacy Development Corporation site wide construction traffic management plan. It identified the detail, standards and procedures to be introduced for the control and management of the construction transport logistics.
Persimmon Homes East Midlands, Hinchingbrooke, UK
RSK prepared a transport assessment and undertook extensive public consultation and TRANSYT modelling in respect of the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme. This work was used to assess the impact of 104 proposed residential units in Hinchingbrooke, Cambridgeshire, on the adjacent A14.
For more information on RSK transport planning, please contact Fred Amoasi in Hemel Hempstead, Tel: +44 (0)1442 416613, email@example.com; or Ian Wickett in Manchester, Tel: +44 (0)161 234 6852, firstname.lastname@example.org