Improving the way the world moves
ITP and Royal HaskoningDHV are joining forces to accelerate active transport and create more sustainable transport to enhance our society together.
Mobility is undergoing a seismic shift. An exponential growth in population and goods consumption, the increased appetite for low emission and clean air zones post pandemic, along with new modes of transport and technology are placing new and increasing demands on mobility networks around the world. Keeping our cities accessible without compromising residents’ quality of life requires fresh thinking – from strategic consultancy and digital services to technical engineering.
ITP’s strong track record in sustainable transport planning consultancy is being combined with Royal HaskoningDHV’s complementary expertise in active travel, smart mobility, development planning and engineering. The result is a team with the strengths and capabilities needed to intelligently address 21st century mobility challenges. By working together, ITP and Royal HaskoningDHV are well-placed to shape the sustainable transport networks of tomorrow.
Royal HaskoningDHV CEO Erik Oostwegel: “We are very excited to join forces with ITP to shape the next generation transport networks of the future. By consolidating our strengths in sustainable and smart mobility, we can make a much bigger impact on society, especially in a post pandemic world where new perspectives on mobility are needed.”
ITP Managing Director Jon Parker: “Royal HaskoningDHV and ITP have shared beliefs regarding the need for more sustainable transport solutions to solve our transport problems. This exciting merger will bring together our Dutch and British experience in sustainable transport and enable us to better serve our clients and communities with a relentless focus on achieving more sustainable travel outcomes for society.”
Founder of ITP Colin Brader stated: “ITP was established to challenge conventional thinking, to harness a passion for sustainable transport, and to develop and deliver high quality public transport networks that meet the needs of users. I’m delighted to have found a partner in Royal HaskoningDHV who shares this passion for enhancing society and allows us to continue our mission, to improve the way the world moves.”
No financial details about the investment are disclosed.