Our team has completed major consulting projects for road, rail, port and airport stakeholders over the past decade.  We provide a broad range of services to government and corporate transport clients in Australia, New Zealand and Asia including long-term demand forecasting, planning assistance, business case development, cost benefit analysis, econometrics, strategic advice, and financial and economic modelling.  If you’re looking for a credible and commercially astute advisor, then Fresh Info is the right consulting partner for your business.  The examples below demonstrate the breadth of our expertise in the transport sector.
  • Review and guidance on the use of causal inference techniques in evaluation of transport projects. NZ Transport Agency, 2016-17
  • Review of and improvements to the National Land Transport Fund forecasting model. Ministry of Transport, 2016
  • Participation in the steering committee of the Port Future Study to determine the long-term sea freight solution for Auckland. Auckland Council, 2015-16
  • Review of forecasts and trends of freight volumes and values handled by Ports of Auckland. Committee for Auckland, 2015
  • Provision of expert evidence on cost-benefit analysis of Auckland’s seaport. Committee for Auckland, 2015
  • Preparation of a cost-benefit analysis and procurement advice on the Canberra Light Rail project, ACT Government, 2014
  • Review and redevelopment of econometric models for forecasting land transport activity. NZ Ministry of Transport, 2013-14
  • Modelling of external benefits of metropolitan rail services and implications for funding. NZ Transport Agency, 2013
  • Modelling the financial impacts of road charging along a series of major roads in an Australian Capital City. Confidential Transport Department, 2013
  • Advice on funding options for land transport. NZ Ministry of Transport, 2012
  • Review of benefits and costs of alternative future scenarios for the cargo port in the Auckland CBD. Committee for Auckland, 2012
  • Development of a performance monitoring indicator framework for road and rail transport. New Zealand Transport Agency, 2011 – 2012
  • Advice on competitive effects of a proposed buyers’ club in shipping. A coalition of international shipping lines, 2011
  • Development of a cost recovery model for the National Rail Safety Regulator. National Rail Safety Regulator, 2011
  • Forecasting demand for customer driven transactions. Vicroads, 2010
  • Economic advice on the short term and long term economic benefit of a major roads project. Department of Transport (SA), 2009