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We have built a diverse portfolio of projects in the areas of Transportation Planning, Traffic Management & Design, Pedestrian Modelling, Transit Planning, Traffic Operations and Parking, and Macro/Micro-Simulation. Here are some of our sample projects.

Port Lands Flood Protection Project

The Port Lands Flood Protection Project (PLFP) is a Waterfront Toronto $1.25 billion program to revitalize 800 acres of flood-prone land. TraffMobility is providing ongoing traffic management and design services to support the multi-year construction activities, including:

  • Interpretation / Analysis of macro/meso/micro models

  • Development of base Synchro models

  • Estimation of traffic demand under construction conditions

  • Analysis of proposed road closures

  • Optimization of existing signal timings

  • Preparation of signal timing plans 

  • Staging Designs and preparation of IFC packages

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TTC Waterfront East LRT Station Design Study

Our team is leading the station pedestrian modelling scope of this high-profile project. We are responsible for the definition of the modelling strategy, development of the dynamic passenger flow models, and preparation of analyses and outputs. Various platform assignments were modelled to analyze the station capacity and ensure the operation meets  TTC level of service requirements. We also provided input to the station designs and coordinated closely with internal and external stakeholders. 

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TTC Waterfront East LRT Transit Planning Study

As part of the expanded scope of the Waterfront East LRT project, a surface transit planning & evaluation study is being undertaken. Our team is leading the transit travel time modelling and traffic operations assessment to support the evaluation of surface transit options. The transit travel time model was developed based on streetcar's operating standards, speed restrictions, transit clearance time, estimated transit delays, transit signal opportunities, and physics principles. The high-level traffic operation analysis was conducted using Synchro software which takes into account the City's future road network improvements and Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) program. 


Town of Innisfil Transportation Master Plan

As a subconsultant, TraffMobility is responsible for the active transportation assessment for elevating the experience and comfort for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders to improve street connectivity and accessibility in Innisfil. We are also leading the development of a microsimulation model using Aimsun Next, which focuses on supporting the proposed 6th Line Interchange at Highway 400 and its effect on the adjacent road network.

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Owen Sound Transit Route Optimization Study

As a subconsultant, TraffMobility is helping the City of Owen Sound to develop a five-year Transit Implementation Plan accompanied by a comprehensive monitoring program. TraffMobility is providing technical support for the following scopes: network, service operations, and system assessments to evaluate the existing transit service performance.
The transit analysis also evaluates the integration of transit stop with the walking and cycling infrastructure.

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Multi-modal Traffic Management Study

A multi-modal traffic management study for the King-Queen-Queensway-Roncesvalles (KQQR) intersection. TraffMobility is working closely with the City, contractor, work zone coordinators, and adjacent property owners to develop comprehensive mobility management solutions to address impacts related to traffic diversion, delivery / loading accesses, active transportation, on-street parking, and temporary transit routing.


Land Development Studies (Various Clients)

We are experts in preparing traffic operations, parking justification, and site review studies for our private sector clients. We help our clients to accelerate the application and approval processes by applying our extensive knowledge of jurisdictional guidelines, and adopting defensible and data-driven approaches in our work. 

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