Transpo to showcase new capabilities
Dubai , December 2, 2009
Transpo Group, a top traffic engineering and transportation planning services firm, will showcase several of its innovative transportation technology capabilities at the upcoming Gulf Traffic 2009.
The region’s leading traffic event will run from December 6 to 8 at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre.
“As an industry leader, our experience is extensive, our skills are deep and our attention to local regulation and requirements is steadfast,” said Bruce Haldors, president of Transpo.
“We approach every project with an emphasis on quality, enthusiasm, and urgency - and our satisfaction rests entirely on that of our clients’ ,” he added.
Haldors continued: “Innovation and transportation know-how are the foundation we're built on - our history is forged from our understanding of the challenges our clients face. But that's just the beginning of the conversation.
“We're more than planners and designers and engineers. We're communicators and problem-solvers, leaders and listeners - professionals with a fresh perspective.”
Sarah Woodbridge, group director - exhibitions, IIR Middle East - organisers of the event, said: “Transpo will be promoting several of its innovative transportation technology capabilities at Gulf Traffic 2009, focusing on the company’s intelligent transportation systems (ITS) capabilities including software technologies and mobile ITS applications.”
“They will also debut their system connectivity technology application, RDI Analyst and RDI Desktop, which use state-of-the-art GIS technology and offer a superior and objective measure of systems connectivity,” she added.
Headquartered in the metro area of Seattle, Washington, US, Transpo recently opened Middle East branches in Beirut and Abu Dhabi to service key clients in the region.
Transpo’s transportation planning experts evaluate short, mid and long-term transportation system needs, integrating transportation and land use planning, capital facilities programming, public transportation policies, transportation demand strategies, transit facilities and operations, non-motorised systems, transportation systems management and financing into the planning solutions. – TradeArabia News Service
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