TPC taps into years of collective know-how to provide our client’s transportation plans that address short and long-term goals, from addressing projected traffic demands to funding sources.
In comparing funding priorities for constrained project budgets, it is becoming increasingly important to focus on investments that deliver true value. Projects and other investment opportunities are accepted or rejected based on the environmental, social and economic value they deliver.
A good transportation plan allows you to establish both short and long-term transportation policy, including how to allocate investment funds and ways to evaluate proposed alternatives. Because it is inter-related, we also look at how regional land use planning can be coordinated with transportation policy.
The business case is a process to critically examine problems and desired outcomes, in order to develop appropriate opportunities and alternatives for prospective transport projects and investment activities, which both deliver the best course of action and create value.
Our business case experience spans both the public and private sectors and provides a methodical and cost-effective mechanism to inform appropriate investment decisions.