MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT HUB STRATEGY
Many large world regions, leaders in transport product volume and transshipment, handling transit and transfer passengers, started out by creating a development strategy for multimodal transport hubs (MTH) based at promising ports, stations, and airports.
Regional transport systems are as efficient as integrated and sustainable the development of their various modes of transport is. One of the specific tasks of each region is the creation of a fused regional network of interregional, national and international multimodal transport hubs.
Professional engineering of an MTH development strategy is not only an infrastructure development task, but above all, the integrated efforts of industry analytics experts, aimed at estimating demand, and the potential of each route, developing long-term route development strategies for destinations, switching cargo and passenger flows between various modes of transport, forecasting technical capabilities and capacities of each transport facility, planning the development of operators, integrating with international networks of carriers, consolidators, agents and forwarders, and many other tasks.
The TSC employs unique methodologies, unrivaled in transport science, that make it possible to consistently plan MTH strategies, incorporating the following logic: "route demand – demand distribution by modes of transport, adjusted for demand elasticity due to a number of factors – redistribution by modes of transport, factoring in direct competition – long-term route networks and cargo and passenger flows of all modes of transport – route network exploration potential – creating a multimodal transport hub (MTH) system – ... — master planning – infrastructure planning – financial planning –legal structuring of investment projects – attracting investments for MTH development".
A hallmark of MTH projects, developed by the TSC, is the fact they are prepared only by highly skilled leading industry specialists with operational experience and deep understanding of transport hub operations.
Our final target when creating an MTH, is to use the economic geographical opportunities of the region to the maximum extent possible on all the direct and transit routes and flows, to provide efficient project implementation, attract investments for its development.
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