Momentum Transport Consultancy has been appointed to three lots of the TfL transport planning and impact monitoring framework.

TfL’s professional services frameworks (PSFs) are a suite of five frameworks designed to help bodies such as the London boroughs procure external consultancy services more quickly and cost effectively. Momentum Transport Consultancy has been appointed to lot A6 – strategic transport scheme planning & design; lot A8 – transport assessment, studies and or statement; and lot A11 – strategic assessment of travel demand using location-based technology.

Claudio Borsari, principal consultant at Momentum said: “We’re really delighted to be appointed to TfL’s framework for transport planning and impact monitoring. These are the first – hopefully of more – framework appointments for Momentum and a great achievement for us as a young company. The whole team is looking forward to working closely with TfL in its ambitions to make London more accessible, inclusive, sustainable and people-centred.”

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About Momentum

Momentum is a leading integrated, people-first transport consultancy. Founded in 2012 the company creates transport strategies and solutions that inform, integrate with and are integral to every aspect of the built environment today and for the future. Focusing on the emerging, universal and critical issues facing development Momentum works with clients to address the multi-faceted challenges of the industry and to create forward-looking solutions.

The company’s three core areas of specialism in planning, insight & analytics and engineering are bound together by a shared vision to improve the environments we live, work and play in. The company works in markets including commercial, cultural and heritage, education, major events, masterplanning, public realm, residential, retail and stadia and venues.

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