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Transport

Urbanisation, globalisation and climate change represent three of today’s biggest global challenges – and they all have a profound effect on the transport area. The need to create denser, well-functioning residential environments within existing urban areas requires engineering solutions that are sustainable, innovative and cost-effective. 
 

Enabling sustainable mobility

Mobility is a prerequisite for any urban development. People, goods and information need to cross borders every day, and the globalized world is dependent on an efficient and seamless transport network.

Ramboll offers every service required for project development., design, completion, and maintenance in the transport area: from management consulting and research, feasibility studies, assessments, design and construction management, to asset management.

Our spearhead services

Aviation

Bridges

Ports

Rail

Tunnels

Infrastructure asset management

Ground engineering

 

Signature projects

 
Visualisation of Green Line, Qatar
Green Line, Qatar
The Green Line forms part of Doha’s new metro system and is a key delivery for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Ramboll is the Design Verification Engineer for the project and is providing multidisciplinary cross-company expertise.
Visualisation of the Fehmarn Belt Link
Fehmarnbelt tunnel link, Denmark/Germany
The world’s longest immersed road and rail tunnel, the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link, will connect Scandinavia and Central Europe and provide a world record-breaking shortcut to growth in Europe.

 

Queensferry Crossing - visualisation
Queensferry Crossing, Scotland

The Queensferry Crossing in Scotland will be Northern Europe’s largest bridge construction project for years to come and will safeguard a vital connection for the country.


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