Out traditional line of work has been based on achieving the highest levels of efficiency in transport systems and examining the effectiveness of the system beyond the realm of transport itself, in addition to analysing the influence of urban development, economic efficiency and the urban quality of life and environmental quality in our residential and work areas.
LEBER’s team provides a highly-quality customer-oriented service, ranging from performing traffic impact studies to large and complex traffic simulations.
Traffic engineering focuses on the infrastructures and systems that enable the simple, efficient, safe and sustainable movement of people and goods.
In addition to our experience and expertise, we have a relationship network with the leading software manufacturers and a commitment to provide outstanding results on time and within budget.
We offer extensive experience in the in-depth research, design and implementation of every aspect of traffic engineering:
We work with the Government to transform cities, using management as a tool to ensure more sustainable mobility.
The recovery and improvement of public spaces for more liveable cities that enhance the fabric of society through equality and inclusion.
We take a holistic or customised approach to developing pedestrian zones, the introduction of bicycle lanes, improvements to public transport, parking management, road planning, etc. All through participatory processes and coordination with technical teams and policymakers.
Demand estimation of road infrastructures and public transport. Assistance with the design of layouts and link roads. Through the rigorous application of our four-stage multimodal transport model, developed and improved continuously since 1989. And naturally, the use of properly calibrated microscopic simulation models.
LEBER has a proven track record in the analysis, design and implementation of effective and efficient passenger transport solutions that provide real benefits. Working mainly with the public sector, we seek to identify and add value to your passenger transport offer.
We understand how important the efficient mobility of passengers is for the economy, the environment and social inclusion.
Public transport planning uses a range of disciplines to optimise the design and performance of public transport. We offer experience in all areas of public transport planning, from the development of policies to the subsequent review of their implementation, and we provide effective, efficient, integrated and sustainable public transport solutions for all modes and environments.
Our public transport services include:
We assist with every level of planning. From Town Planning Guidelines (DOTs) and Partial Land Use Plans (PTPs) to General Urban Planning (PGOUs) and any changes made to them (changes to General Plans, Special Plans, etc.). We analyse the consequences and improve the designs of plans from a mobility standpoint. We provide our team’s experience to make the progression from highly strategic planning to the detailed final design.
We provide design criteria and advice on aspects such as density, mixed-use development, pedestrian roads and zones, road networks, public transport networks, parking policies, cycle networks, activities in public spaces, etc. Always aimed at ensuring more sustainable urban development. We have the technical tools and experience necessary to assess the impacts of land use on the transport system.
The Transport Policy influences and is influenced by the Residential or Economic Activity Location Policy, so it is necessary to acknowledge this interaction to prevent well-intended projects whose final outcomes do not fulfil the initial purpose for which they were intended. In fact, it is also common for a process to include certain developments and, much later, when the accessibility system is defined, a good public transport system is demanded despite there being low residential or employment density in some cases.
The implementation of measures and/or changes arising from the Mobility Plans or any other analysis must be performed properly, using a process that takes into account the different social variables, the stakeholders involved and adequate policy management.
At Leber we understand the importance of transformation processes and advise policymakers and technical teams on the aspects that require careful implementation to ensure that the plans are completed successfully.
As a matter of fact, these two aspects are factors in all of our studies. At Leber we take care of designing the proposals and measures relating to road safety and calculating the impact of the recommended actions on the environment.
We have also developed specific projects such as the Safe Municipal Mobility Plan for Bilbao, which included a five-year investment plan and our study of External Transport Costs in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country, conducted for the Basque Government, which has become one of this region’s key studies in this field.