WSP is a global leader in low- and zero-emission vehicles, having worked across Europe, Canada, the U.S. and South America on electric bus feasibility studies.
Our proprietary route simulation model helps agencies and government understand current electric buses capabilities in meeting route and passenger needs. Moreover, our life cycle database helps to examine the overall cost of ownership.
Global Expertise, Local Experience
In the UK, we participated in the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway project, the world’s longest of its kind. In the U.S., we worked on systems such as the Franklin Corridor EmX system in Oregon and the popular Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) in Las Vegas.
In Africa, WSP was mandated to undertake a feasibility study for a BRT system in Abidjan, the largest city in Ivory Coast.
In Canada, our projects include Ontario’s York Region Viva and Mississauga BRT as well as the Pie-IX BRT in Montreal. This $305 million project was the first of its kind in Quebec and involved multiple multimodal hubs, including two subway connections and one commuter rail transfer point. Following a pre-feasibility study, a second mandate was awarded to us to proceed with a detailed feasibility study and preliminary engineering of the BRT.
In Australia, we worked on the South East Busway Extension in Brisbane, which will help meet the transportation needs of growing local communities.