What’s new in PTV Visum 15?

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PTV Visum 15 sets new standards in multimodality. With the new version you can now model P+R site capacities, consider path-level impedance elements and model commercial transport in a well-defined demand model. Furtherm more PTV Visum 15 gives users the unique possibility to share models and data with colleagues and with general public.Read more

PTV Visum 15 sets new standards in multimodality

The new version of the leading transport planning software, PTV Visum 15, is now available.

The new version of the leading transport planning software, PTV Visum 15, is now available.

The new release of the world’s leading transport planning software is here: PTV Visum 15 sets new standards in multimodality and allows even more sustainable transport planning.

Decision-makers in many places make it their duty to improve the accessibility of public transport.… Read more

Practice makes the master

Screenshot of the internet platform CAPSUT

The internet platform CAPSUT

Are you looking for an easy way to enhance your knowledge about sustainable mobility? Then have a glance at CAPSUT!

To date 290 trainings, e-learning and webinars on sustainable urban transport are listed on www.capsut.org – an international platform dedicated to capacity building in sustainable urban transport.… Read more

Creating the world’s best city for cyclists


Copenhagen aims for becoming the bicycle-friendliest city of the world and uses PTV Vissim for planning. Image: Troels Heinen

There is hardly any other city in the world that encourages bicycle traffic like Copenhagen. It comes as no surprise that the Danish capital has set itself the goal of becoming the world’s most bicycle-friendly city.Read more

Can Asia have more cars?


Chandran Nair was born in Malaysia. He studied biochemistry in London after which he was involved in the anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa. In 1991 he took over a small environmental consultancy company, which expanded greatly under his leadership. In 2005 he founded the Global Institute For Tomorrow, a think tank which marries economic theory with social engagement.

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Access to mobility is the goal


OECD, World Bank and other key players met at Shaping Transportation to discuss the future of mobility.

More than 250 transport policy thinkers, shapers and decision makers from 54 countries met in London in late June to discuss how to develop mobility in a sustainable way and what gaps need to be closed.Read more

Four pillars for urban transport sustainability in large metropolitan regions of Latin America: Issues and Options


Jorge Rebelo, Lead Transport Specialist, Sustainable Development Department at the World Bank, USA

Future-oriented ideas for dealing with urban transport are emerging in Latin America. However, it is obvious that the countries are still struggling to turn them into reality. Jorge M. Rebelo is aware of the challenges.Read more