OPTIMISE EVERYONE’S TRAVEL, TODAY AND TOMORROW
Thinking multimodality and regional planning in an integrated way is at the heart of sustainable development and current societal concerns.
Whether in large urban centres or in sparsely populated regions, the transition towards a sustainable development model must be organised, and operational responses must be found that meet the current challenges of resilience, sustainability, decarbonisation and economic development.
OUR REASONS TO BE PROUD IN THE ‘CONSULTANCY & MULTIMODALITY’ FIELD
THEY HAVE CONFIDENCE IN US
The projects we lead are always the fruit of close collaboration between our teams, our clients and our partners. And it is they who speak most highly of them.
PLAN TODAY FOR TOMORROW’S TRAVEL
Our objective: to support our clients in defining their mobility projects and policies, but also to plan, size and optimise their networks in order to meet the demand of citizens. We provide assistance to the project owner or project manager in order to plan your short-, medium- and long-term mobility offers and participate in their implementation. Our clients may be, for example, organising authorities (public transport networks, port logistics, etc.), financers of infrastructure projects, etc.
At SYSTRA, this calls on a wide range of skills, specialising in strategic consultancy and regional planning, enabling us to deliver socioeconomic or land valuation studies, profitability projections, traffic forecasts, user surveys, travel flow modelling, etc. And this with a constant concern for environmental preservation.
The 1,000 consultants in SYSTRA’s Consultancy network constantly share their expertise and experience in order to stay at the cutting edge of technology and trends.
This global network is mobilised for any transport network project, wherever it is located in the world.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2017, we worked on modelling visitor flows to better guide visitors in the world’s largest museum, the Louvre, in Paris.
MaaS: rethinking mobility
The idea of considering mobility “as a service” reflects the wider trend of the servicisation of industries, driven by the increasing digitalisation of activities. MaaS projects strive for broad, fair and simplified access to transport services for all local authorities, especially where public transport is still inadequate or unsuitable, while reducing congestion and emissions in high-density urban areas. At SYSTRA, we believe that the success of these projects depends more on their organisational and cultural dimension than on their technological dimension, to which MaaS is often reduced.
Find out more about our approach and our MaaS project support and consultancy.
MULTIMODALITY, THE KEY TO EFFICIENT MOBILITY IN THE LONG-TERM
Making multimodality possible means first of all preparing for it by assessing needs, the potential use of the different modes, economic profitability and accessibility to new services. Feasibility studies, particularly for stations or hubs with a multimodal vocation, enable us to integrate all the mobility offers envisaged and available nearby andto aggregate them into a single space. All modes of travel, whether individual, collective or shared (free floating) are taken into account. In parallel, these studies highlight the possibilities for improving ticketing, passenger information and the energy bills of the public places concerned.
QETO, when digital supports decision making
In mid-2019, SYSTRA created QETO, its digital decision-making platform dedicated to mobility solutions, to meet the new expectations of our clients, enhance the value of their data, explore new skills in digital and data, and complement our range of consultancy and planning services. Their teams combine the Group’s professional expertise with UX/UI design, developer and product owner skills.
MOBILITY, AN ISSUE AT THE HEART OF SUSTAINABLE CITY PROJECTS
Our cities are changing along with our lifestyles and activities. Choices in terms of urban development and mobility are closely linked. Questions of distance, proximity and intermodality are at the heart of our considerations about the city, which must reconcile environmental concerns with an improved user experience.
More than ever, we need to design sustainable and resilient modes of transport, to be better prepared for crises and to cope with uncertainty. Inclusive modes of transport. Modes of transport that make the best use of technology: connected infrastructure, simplified ticketing and energy efficiency.
The future of mobility must be part of a systemic approach, mixing and interconnecting all modes of transport (collective, on-demand, individual, etc.) in order to ultimately provide responses adapted to users’ expectations.