Traffic management has become a key part of successful crowd management strategy during a festival or event. Should the crowd management system fail so will the mobility system and vice versa. Congestions caused by; traffic jams, delays, communication issues and/or poor infrastructure can result in a negative experience for your visitors.
1. Mobility documents (written)
Written mobility strategies are necessary to educate all parties involved about; expected traffic flows, modalities, road capacities, maximum ingress/egress speeds, numbers of staff needed, parking lanes, route designs, and specific preventions solutions.
2. Mobility plans (drawings)
Drawings showcasing the complete signage system which give a clear overview to all parties who are involved. These include permissions and the execution process of the festival or event.
Are you curious if your mobility system works? Do you want to get rid off traffic jams? Or do you have questions about the design of your terrain regarding parking areas or routing? Before or during your festival we analyse the existing plan and train your traffic managers!
4. Road Signage
Signage is one the most important parts in a traffic management system. Visitors need to be informed where to drive, or even better, where to walk or bike. Clear and concise signage along with an appropriate routing plan prevents having congestions and delays. Traffic jams are bad for the CO2 emissions and visitor moods!
5. Internal or Freelance “on the job”
We work as your colleague in your organization, close to the source! Traffic strategy development happens “in-house” allowing for an extremely detailed and personalized plan that grows within your organization organically. It is even possible to purchase our developed parameter or training systems.
6. Complete concepts
Traffic strategy concepts from start to finish. This option is very useful for new or existing events looking to upgrade whilst saving CO2 emissions and money on their existing system. Previous cases led to a saving of 34% on traffic management costs. In addition, an extra F&B revenue of €212.000,- on the first day alone.