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Our Work

Our work has covered projects of varying size – from a simple access survey to small junctions, to whole town centres and strategic networks involving motorway interchanges.  Data input requirements have ranged from individual junction modelling, to signalisation schemes, to microsimulation models of strategic networks.

The data collected covers the full spectrum of the services we offer, continuously bolstering our expertise for an enhanced customer experience.  Whether in an urban or rural setting, our current geographical reach is principally England and Wales, with occasional projects in Scotland.
 
Discuss your requirements with Vantage Surveys to see how we can we assist your project with accurate data.  We often tailor our equipment configuration to meet exacting client demand, and have a flexible resource pool to service your project.
 
A handful of our past projects include:

Directional Sign to Bicester Village - extensive survey of car parks and strategic road networkDeveloper-led study based on relocation of large food retail store and associated extension of shopping centre. Multi-site and multi-faceted number plate, junction, and pedestrian survey looking at Origin-Destination Trips, Journey Times, Vehicle Speeds, Queue Lengths, Trip Generation, and Car Parking Utilisation Assessments including Duration of Stay.
Croydon Tram at East Croydon Station at which Travel Surveys were carried outPublic Transport and road user study with key focus on Journey Times on numerous routes, particularly those criss-crossing the Croydon Tram-link. Various survey methods used including in-vehicle moving-observer verification and number plate data, as well as determination of Origin-Destination Trips.
Carlisle Castle in the background - number plate surveys carried out nearby on Castle Way and Georgian WayCity-wide cross-matrix Origin-Destination study looking at key trips and journey times, principally using number plate data.
A406 North Circular - congestion on this major road causes rat-running through adjacent residential neighbourhoodsRat-running study through a number of discrete residential zones identifying routes used and abused to avoid congestion on principal roads, as well as journey time information.
Survey involving several car parks and local strategic network Junction and queue studies alongside car park utilisation and departure transition time, in and around strategic road network surrounding popular out-of-town retail park.
Multi-modal study at several points in and around Hereford including on the Old Bridge as seen hereMulti-modal study of road users and pedestrians, as well as origin-destination study of key radial routes.
Borough-wide CPZ review of every road in Lambeth - town hall to left (Brixton)Borough-wide CPZ review of all parking stock in all zones, with production of interactive database for parking capacity queries.
University of Essex Halls of Residence, with underground multi-storey public car park - one of several car parks surveyedAssessment of key parking stock both on- and off-street including surface and multi-storey car parks, looking at capacity, utilisation, and duration of stay.

Contact

Vantage Surveys
JP Business Centre
87 London Road
Leicester, LE2 0PF

0116 254 5070

07983 548 626

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9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Traffic & Data Services

Junctions | Queues | Saturation Flow | Degree of Saturation | Cyclists | Pedestrians | Crossing Facilities | Bus + Rail | On-Street Parking | Lambeth Methodology | Parking Compliance | Car Parks | Park + Ride | Vehicle Occupancy | Questionnaires | Number Plates | Origin-Destination | Intricate Networks | Cordon Studies | Journey Time | In-House Video Analysis | Independent Data Verification | Diligence Checks | Numerical Analysis | Graphical Representation | Bespoke Reporting

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