Arcadis works in cities around the world to improve quality of life through creating connected, sustainable travel that integrates existing infrastructure with new technologies.
Technology, data, infrastructure assets and the built environment have to connect people, places, and goods across all transport modes in cities.
The use of data can help improve cities’ strategic decision-making, operational performance and mitigate inequalities, leading to more connected mobility.
Urban planning policy can play a key role in shaping demand for more sustainable travel options, as well as ensuring fairness for both traditional and new asset owners.
"Customers are at the centre of everything we do"
Decision-making framework for the installation of an EV charging network
Reducing the reliance on private cars in Singapore
Electric car sharing service in Singapore
Using AI in a simulation environment to test connected and autonomous vehicles
Reducing journey times with new technologies and methods
Model can recognize 95% or more road defects
Machine learning used in model that predicts 40% of the failures
A "living lab" for mobility solutions
Integrated multimodal facility for seamless travel
By 2026 it will be one of the largest rail hubs in London
Assessment of autonomous vehicles for North Holland
Impact analysis of future automated taxi services
Developing the bicycle as an integral part within Intelligent Traffic Systems
Paris wants to become a cycling capital of the world
Largest project in Chicago Transit Authority history
Using data to reduce congestion on NYC streets
Encouraging various mobility modes to get in and around Zuidas
Partnership to untap the potential of how mobility data is used to for future mobility needs of people living in cities
Improving space utilization of a car park by using data analytics
With over 50 offices in Asia spread across 12 countries, we support our clients wherever they need us.
We offer a wide range of services that help our clients to address challenges in built and natural environments.