This set of studies ranges from identifying rail and highway bottlenecks through industrial land availability and demand to truck parking facilities. Conducted for both public and private organizations, they demonstrate a thorough approach to research and data analysis in fundamental economic engine primers.
DTCI Completes Regional Goods Movement Study for Halifax
Davies Transportation Consulting Inc. recently completed a Regional Goods Movement Scoping Study for Halifax Regional Municipality
Mapping and Capacity of the Western Canadian Freight Transportation System (2009-2010)
Mr. Davies was Deputy Project Manager for a project headed by CPCS Transcom to analyze the capacity of the Western Canadian Freight Transportation System for Transport Canada.
Industrial Land Demand/Supply (2007)
Mr. Davies was Project Manager for this study managed by the BC Ministry of Transportation on behalf of the Pacific Gateway Land Utilization Working Group.
Pacific Gateway 2.0 Research and Analysis Related to Forest Products Exports (2011)
Mr. Davies led a team in this study for the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
Development of a Sustainable Truck Parking Policy (2007)
Mr. Davies was Project Manager for this study for the City of Surrey. Rapid growth in the local heavy truck population was straining the capacity of existing truck parking facilities, resulting in increased costs and inconvenience to the trucking industry and a high level of non-compliance with the City’s parking bylaws.