Mobility and infrastructure
In addition, there is the interaction between new development projects requiring better connections (access to new housing estates) and the improved connections initiated by spatial developments (construction of new business parks along motorways). These spatial developments (upscaling of production and logistics, dispersal of residential and working areas, increased travel times for recreational activities) are the driving force behind many of today’s trends in environmental burden.
Our work on this theme is focussed on the following areas:
- Continued development and improvement of know-how in the field (spatial planning - infrastructure - traffic volumes - environment).
- Development of methodologies to integrate the environment, in the broadest sense, into decision-making on infrastructure projects.
- Incorporation of environmental arguments in concrete infrastructure projects by carrying out Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and Strategic Impact Statements (SEA).
Over the past few years we have conducted numerous EIA and SEA studies in this field and advised and supported government agencies in drawing up SEAs.
Publicly available reports
Below is a list of all the publicly available reports relating to the theme of Mobility and infrastructure.