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Master Planning

A guide for expansion and future development, master planning is imperative as it focuses on an entity's ability to analyze current and future assets and develop recommendations for infrastructure and land use.
 
TranSystems has performed master and development planning, strategic planning and design of port, intermodal terminal, and distribution facilities for numerous clients, including port authorities and shipping companies, manufacturers and distributors, and private users. Work has included general consulting services, strategic master planning, cargo projections, feasibility studies, site layouts and preliminary engineering, cost estimates and final plans and specifications. Our experience includes significant non-cargo related maritime development strategies as well, such as cruise and ferry terminals and waterfront urban planning and design.
If we can sum up our approach in one word it would be integrated. Unlike other engineering firms, TranSystems is focused entirely on transportation. Whether by air, land or sea, we know the science of getting there. The industry intelligence and knowledge base of our experience brings to your project the opportunity to benchmark your needs against the best of the others’ across all modes of transportation. It is this industry intelligence, coupled with our engineering excellence and complete systemic transportation approach, that is the essence of the value we bring

TranSystems’ staff is recognized in the US and internationally for our consulting in the field of freight transportation logistics and for our innovative solutions to the needs of the transportation industry.
We work with shippers, distributors, transportation companies, states and municipalities, port authorities and railroads nationally.
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Thomas Ionta, PE, Joins TranSystems as Vice President and Senior Project Manager
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Spotlight On Roundabouts
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The Value in Practical Design: Three Design Considerations to Maximize Schedule and Budget
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Creating Smart Work Zones: Providing Both Safety and Cost Benefits
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How Big Data Can Improve Intermodal Transportation at Ports: The Drayage Model at Port Metro Vancouv
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Doug Wesselschmidt Joins TranSystems as Senior Project Engineer
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