By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities, up from about 50 percent today. The number of megacities (more than ten million people) is expected to rise to 41 in 2030 from 31 today.
As cities continue to grow with rapid urban migration, urban mobility is emerging as one of the greatest challenges facing city planners.
- Civil Works
- Design & Supervision
- Independent Technical Review
- Station engineering
Congestion is costing cities as much as 2 to 4 percent of their GDP – taking into consideration lost time, wasted fuel, and increased cost of doing business.
With more than 128 (to be updated) mass transit projects in over xx countries under our belt, Meinhardt knows what it takes to keep cities moving.
Get in touch today and let our planners and engineers help shape your mass transit plans.
- High Speed Rail
- Light Rail Transit Systems
- Under & Above Ground Stations
MOVING THE MASSES Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) network is the backbone of our transport […]
- Land Transport Authority Singapore
- May 17, 2021
The 22.6km line with 18 stations, when completed, will be the first elevated and driver-less […]
- Directorate for LRT Construction & China Railway
- July 5, 2019
The project comprises a central train station and platform, a multi-storey retail and office block […]
- Ekovest-KMZ Dragages JV
- March 21, 2019
Upon completion, the Doha Metro which consists of four lines – red, green, gold and […]
- Redco International
- March 13, 2019