There is a strong interdependence between the transport sector and urban planning in both directions. Thus, when (re)structuring a zone of the territory, one must simultaneously think on how the transport system will respond to the travel needs of the population who live and/or work in the given territory.
On the other hand, ignoring urban occupation when planning a new transport system is in itself of great risk, which usually leads to situations of lower demand and use of the investments made.
From our point of view, there is a strong link between transport and mobility systems, which coexist to serve citizens and mobility systems, contributing to improving the quality of life of cities.
Therefore, the approach taken by TIS in the development of Transport Studies (whether being public or individual transport) and in Mobility and Transport Plans implies a full understanding of the way in which the territory is organised and the current land uses (and their interrelationship). Thus, many studies develop proposals involving the urban planning process.
On another perspective, TIS has great experience in collaborating with consulting and designer teams in the development of solutions for territorial planning at different scales.
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