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Transport master plans provide forecasts on future travel supply and demand, enabling planners to develop long-term measures for the transport sector and ensure constant and efficient movement of people and goods.
One of the major tasks of transport planning is the targeted extension and upgrade of networks. There the focus is laid on capacity as well as on minimal impact on residents and the environment. Classical examples are the construction of city bypasses and motorway upgrades.
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Development planning typically involves creating a concept for effective vehicle or pedestrian entry. Forecasts and expected traffic volume form the basis for conceptual development planning. The aims: optimally connect the new area to the existing transport network, ensure an optimal interplay between private and public transport, plan pedestrian ways.
Bottleneck analysis show capacity bottlenecks in transport networks and thus the need for an extension of the road infrastructure or for building new roads. It also can investigate the impact of construction sites on traffic, e.g. on freeways and to quantify detour traffic. Bottleneck analysis can also be applied for pedestrians.
Private roads are usually financed through toll. This requires an optimal estimation of costs and income for a long time period. In addition the impact of a toll system on traffic behavior and traffic prognoses for longer time periods are important factors.