Movement Strategies have been appointed by the Aurecon, Jacobs, Mott Macdonald Joint Venture (AJM) to undertake a review of work done to date to assess the time taken for passengers to board and alight trains in Melbourne, once the Metro Tunnel Project has been implemented.

Our work will be undertaken from London, working closely with AJM, to ensure best practice methodologies and assumptions have been adopted when forecasting this key performance indicator for the upgraded railway.

The objective of the review is to increase stakeholder confidence in the dwell time required at key stations, which is one of the significant risks for the AUD$10.9 billion project, to be implemented by 2026.

“We’re delighted to have been commissioned by AJM for this important piece of work. We’re the leading independent people movement consultant in the world and we look forward to contributing to the transformational Metro Tunnel rail project in Melbourne” says Charlie Parker
Movement Strategies’ Transport Sector Lead