Intelligent transport systems allow transport infrastructures in a town to communicate in order to limit negative impacts on urban mobility. This makes it possible to speed up incident-response time, warn users of a detour, and make traffic lights more responsive to traffic situations in real time.
Smoothing traffic flow
To smooth traffic flows
of Rio, 4th most congested
city in the world
20 % less road traffic
this is the goal that the
Brussels government has set for 2018
Intelligent transport systems
Planning and consultancy
Public transport is an efficient alternative to individual vehicles provided that its coverage and quality fulfil users’ needs. ENGIE offers comprehensive expertise from the design to the management of rail infrastructures to guarantee optimal service to a region, which can contribute significantly to improving urban transport.
CNG and bio-CNG stations for bus operatorsView PDF 173 KO
Electric bus charging infrastructureView PDF 136 KO
Intelligent traffic management systemsView PDF 106 KO
Smart fleet managementView PDF 113 KO
Passenger information systemsView PDF 115 KO
Multimodal route modellingView PDF 116 KO
Rail transport infrastructureView PDF 117 KO
Car sharingView PDF 116 KO
The causes of urban congestion are complex and numerous, and solutions should be flexible and adapted to local conditions. That is why ENGIE offers a tailored approach to regional authorities that want to alleviate congestion, through consulting, planning and impact studies to help them make the right choices.