Road Infrastructure

The road is and remains the number one carrier of traffic. The majority of all traffic from both passenger and freight transport is on the road and this situation will not change anytime soon. Even though capacity bottlenecks in the road network and environmentally motivated policies are pushing towards the use of public transport, rail freight and inland shipping, current forecasts show traffic growth being strongest on the road.


Hence the development of the road network requires particularly careful planning, so that it can remain as the backbone of the transport infrastructure. Our services enclose all aspects connected to the question of demand within the road network, now and in the future. As part of this we also feature toll revenue forecasts in connection with the evaluation of privately financed infrastructure measures.








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