Our work seeks to find conclusions that provide information that can be used to propose specific, “building block” solutions”.
We want to provide you with a practical tool that simplifies urban planning decision making with a sustainable focus.
Our innovative methodology gives you new information that allows us to analyse and propose a fully comprehensive and exhaustive solution.
Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: Pedestrian Infrastructure
Identification of priority axes or grids, providing information on the actual condition of the pedestrian infrastructure and its degree of walkability. Analysis of the most influential factors to draw up specific improvement proposals.
Generated Mobility Studies
Pedestrian mobility analysis for companies or other entities seeking to promote sustainable transport modes. Establishing the most suitable routes for pedestrians, allowing for the proposal and assessment of improvements.
Creation of Urban Walking Routes
Study of the urban grid and proposals for the creation of pedestrian links within the city to structure pedestrian flows between general interest facilities or improve accessibility to key locations such as health care facilities, education centres, libraries and civic centres.
School Route Projects
Routes designed not only on the basis of safety and distance travelled, but also on the child’s overall experience on the way to school, adding value to living in the city and its streets.
Actions for Specific Groups
Gender sensitive urban planning, people with functional diversity, children, elderly people… weighting the indicators of the WCT tool specifically for each group.
Urban Intervention Projects
Aimed at improving mobility and accessibility, prioritising non-motorised means of transport and enhancing the quality of public spaces.
Public Transport Support Analysis and Intervention
Aimed at improving pedestrian infrastructure in the key aspects identified around bus stations, metro stations, etc. for the purpose of increasing the use of public transport and promoting intermodality.
Pedestrians in New Urban Settlements or Urban Reforms
Drawing from our specialist expertise in non-motorised mobility and through analysis using the WCT tool, we design infrastructure projects with the most suitable parameters for walking.
Strategic Tourism Plans for Cities
Application of the WCT tool to tourism, optimising the location and design of tourism products, applying a smart approach to the design of tourism routes and location of the tourism resources and offering, allowing a consistent and sustainable tourism use of the city.
Analysis of Tourism Supply and Demand in the Area
We determine the relationships between the quantitative and qualitative aspects of supply and demand in the area, building a computer model of current pedestrian and vehicle flows, thereby creating the possibility of visualising how potential future scenarios change with the implementation of different actions.