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Transport

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Our team currently lead some of the most important transport policy topics. This includes providing expert advice on transport equity, emission reduction policies and decision making under deep uncertainty.

We have extensive experience in economic modelling with specialised skills in geographic information systems (GIS). Providing solutions to our clients across a range transport policy and public transit issues.

Recently, our team has been chosen to work on incorporating equity effects into Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Cost Benefit Analysis framework, investigating how an adaptive decision-making approach to climate change could be included in the MBCM, and assessing interventions to reduce land transport greenhouse gas emissions to effect mode change.

Relevant Experience

  • Interventions to reduce land transport greenhouse gas emissions (Work in progress)

  • Investigating how an adaptive decision-making approach to climate change could be included in the MBCM (Work in progress)

  • Incorporating distributional Impacts in the cost-benefit appraisal framework (Work in progress)

  • Fair fare for public transport, demand elasticities for Auckland City suburbs.

For more information contact Eilya Torshizian.