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At Vertix, we understand that the realization of a successful masterplan requires both strategic and detailed assessment of transportation requirements. People and goods must be able to flow freely to generate commerce and attract investment.
Vertix has a wealth of experience in developing strategic and detailed transport masterplans, working in conjunction with clients / master-planners / land use planners and architects to integrate excellent transport into their masterplan objectives.
We have successfully completed masterplans in many countries across Asia and understand that every city in every country has a unique system where a combination of formal and informal rules dictate behavior on the transport network. Identifying and understanding this is key to developing transport masterplans that are tailored to the area of implementation where the type and scale of transport facilities are optimized.
Where quantitative analysis is required to assess supply vs. demand in transport network capacity, Vertix can offer a range of methodologies including strategic transport modelling and high-level capacity assessments.
Some project examples of our transport master-planning experience are shown below.
The Mandai nature precinct is being expanded to include two new wildlife parks, a nature-themed education centre, accessible public spaces, and eco-sensitive accommodations.
In the master-planning study, Vertix forecast the future demand and network performance, and developed a holistic transport strategy enhancing accessibility and public transport connectivity to Mandai.
Vertix, together with Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, developed a masterplan for Opus Bay, a 57Ha mixed-use district located in Batam, Indonesia. This masterplan ensured the vision of the project partners could be facilitated by the road network and transportation facilities through a comprehensive plan to be staged over the masterplan lifespan.
The Qingdao Entertainment World masterplan sought to develop a plan for 533 Ha green fields site close to central Qingdao. This comprised of multiple luxury and themed hotel resorts, a business district, shopping district, technology park, university and student accommodation. The associated transport infrastructure to facilitate such a large area included public roads, large scale underground parking for up to 20,000 vehicles and an integrated public transport system comprising an MRT station, a light rail network, bus and ferry services.
Vertix is the transport master planner for the 7,000 dwelling unit Housing and Development Board (HDB) project in Singapore. As the transport consultant for this project we are the lead designer of all transport facilities associated with the master plan. We worked closely with the architects to make transport a core focus of the overall master plan design, with heavy emphasis on reducing dependence upon personal vehicles. Vertix helped to conceptualize a master plan with innovative car-lite features that were specifically designed to encourage future residents to use public transportation, walking, cycling, an autonomous vehicle system (AV), and personal mobility usage as their primary mode of travel within the master plan and on their commute.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements and we can tailor an approach that achieves your master plan vision.
Vertix Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd (Vertix) was the transport master planner for the 7,000 dwelling unit Housing and Development Board (HDB) project in Singapore. As the transport consultant for this project we were the lead designer of all transport facilities associated with the master plan.
Vertix Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd (Vertix) conducted the full transport master planning for the Mandai project, including Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA), design of all transport infrastructures, microsimulation of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and study on the ridership forecasts of a future People Mover System (PMS).