Transport Micro reports

  • Mobile reporting of transport
    The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) Transport team submitted more than 3,500 reports in the build up to and during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It was essential that the amount of reporting, auditing and surveying required could be...
  • Transport extranet
    The Transport extranet was a simple collaborative tool that quickly became the key knowledge-sharing tool for the delivery of transport for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Key to its success was the simplicity of the tool which meant that it...
  • Mapping
    An important element in the planning of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games was the use of mapping and geospatial information (GI). Over 20 million spectator journeys were made during the Games. It was imperative that spectators, athletes, media...
  • Pedestrian and crowd monitoring
    Six years of planning and modelling helped London to prepare for the challenges of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Despite this, it was widely recognised that unpredictability and the sheer scale of the Games would require close monitoring...
  • Strategic modelling for the Games
    The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games brought unprecedented pressure to transport networks, with millions of extra spectators travelling to events via public transport and roads changed significantly to accommodate athletes and officials as well as events such as the...
  • Real-time analytics and monitoring
    Real-time feeds of transport performance, passenger numbers and spectator behaviour were an essential tool used by analysts and operators to gather intelligence during the Games. Through a unique collaboration bringing together the resources of all the major transport operators, innovative...
  • Effective delivery of transport mitigation measures: the Olympic Park Transport and Environmental Management Scheme
    Establishing the Olympic Park Transport and Environmental Management Scheme (OPTEMS) was an obligation in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games planning permissions. It required the monitoring of the transport impacts associated with the construction, Games and post-Games phases and...
  • Olympic Infrastructure Technical Approval Authority
    Managing the design review and approvals of cross-border projects such as the Olympic Park provided challenges in ensuring consistent and coordinated design approvals.
  • Crossing Stratford High Street
    The Stratford High Street crossing required coordinated bridge, highway and crowd movement design using a temporary bridge and adjacent at-grade crossings which could be used by all spectators, including the disabled.
  • Managing the demolition of Angel Lane bridge
    Essential to the success of any demolition and replacement scheme in proximity to important infrastructure is the implementation of a holistic approach to both the design and construction of the project. Angel Lane Bridge, located over a busy Network Rail...