The Company carries out feasibility and pre-investment studies, traffic and transport analysis, multi-modal modelling and demand forecasting, system specification, provision of analytical data to aid the transportation policy formulation and financial justification, undertakes strategic plan development and the preparation of transport Masterplan. The traffic simulation modelling suites used include VISSIM, S-PARAMICS, TRANSCAD, LINSIG, TRANSYT and AUTOTURN.
Our expertise in the collection and analysis of traffic and transport data covers all types of surveys including sophisticated traffic data collection methods using modern vehicle detection and video techniques. Transport studies have been carried out worldwide, including the assessment of transport systems for new rural communities in developing countries to extend major feasibility and transportation and traffic studies for the Department of Transport, and the analysis, development, design and specification of all types of Traffic Management System.
The company’s capabilities include public transport analysis, and project and investment planning for all modes of transport.
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (CCSIA) is the busiest airport in Uttar Pradesh handling 5.53 million passengers annually (FY 2019). Airport Authority of India (AAI) has granted the exclusive right and authority to carry out the design, development, financing, construction, up-gradation, and phased expansion of the Lucknow, International Airport to Lucknow International Airport Limited (LIAL) for a concession period of 50 years.
Mangaluru International Airport (MIA) is the second busiest airport of Karnataka handling 2.24 million passengers annually (FY 2019). Airport Authority of India (AAI) has granted the exclusive right and authority to carry out the design, development, financing, construction, up-gradation, and phased expansion of Mangaluru International Airport to Mangaluru International Airport Limited (MIAL) for a concession period of 50 years.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport serves the twin cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar in Gujarat, India. Currently the airport is capable of handling 7.5 million passengers per annum. Airport Authority of India (AAI) has granted the exclusive right and authority to carry out the design, development, financing, construction, up-gradation, and phased expansion of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport to Ahmedabad International Airport Limited (AIAL) for a concession period of 50 years.
We have carried out a number of port projects which includes review of Internal Transportation Masterplan & assessing lane requirements in view of port expansion proposals and Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) on the surrounding road networks using state of the art traffic simulation software VISUM /VISSIM.
The task also included preparation of traffic management plans to mitigate/reduce the impact of the same. The list of the port projects is as follows:
Navi Mumbai International Airport is the much awaited second international airport for Mumbai Metropolitan region being developed by Navi Mumbai International Airport Limited (NMIAL) on PPP framework. Planned for 60 million annual passengers, the initial phase catering to 10 million annual passengers scheduled to be operational by 2022. The airport shall have 2 parallel taxiways, 3 passenger terminals on the western side and a cargo terminal on the eastern side.
The Mumbai Coastal Road project saw 33 km with 12 planned interchanges developed across a remarkable diverse program including undersea tunnels, reclamation, road on stilts, and sea bridges. The program was seen as a vital step to alleviate congestion levels on the existing arterials.
FP Project Management undertook work to meet the pioneering scale of coastal reclamation and marine tunnelling envisaged and our recommendations in these specialized fields were decisive. Additionally, our work included modifications to lane requirements thanks to analysis of our State-of-Art Travel Demand Modelling. Traffic Dispersal Measures, the use of better geometric, Geotechnical investigations, geomorphologic and hydro-dynamic studies, and construction methodologies, as well as proposals for developing the logistic master plan were suggested.