We support our clients in developing countries to improve transport connection. We look at how connectivity can improve social and economic benefits, alleviate poverty, and reduce inequality.
Our staff provide expertise in transport policy and planning , cross border trade facilitation, road safety and asset management. In countries with booming populations and intensified transportation of goods and people, we also promote the integration of road network planning with future-proof infrastructure and investment plans to help minimise the impact of climate change.
Our experience ranges from solving detailed local problems through to development and implementation of major transport, highway, aviation, ports and railway schemes.
Improving transport infrastructure in Pakistan
Pakistan continues to suffer from inadequate and poor quality transport infrastructure. Inefficiencies in the sector cost the economy 4-6% of GDP annually. We are supporting the government to develop a national transport policy to improve the quality of asset management and cross-border trade, and ultimately to enhance social and economic growth.
Road safety in Kenya
In Kenya, we provided expert support to improve the structure of urban roads network and urban public transport management. This included work to strengthen the capacity of the National Road Safety Council to conduct road safety campaigns.