Transport and infrastructure

Transport and infrastructure are prerequisites for a functioning economy and prosperity. Not only goods, but also data and people become mobile using existing infrastructure. Moreover, an efficient and powerful digital infrastructure is key to realizing the opportunities offered by digitalisation – especially in rural areas. At the same time, mobility is increasingly in the area of conflict between a more climate-friendly design and the associated social effects.

We advise our clients in all relevant sub-markets of the transport and infrastructure sector, including road and rail transport, aviation, shipping, and digital infrastructure. By means of quantitative economic optimization and equilibrium models as well as econometric methods we can support our clients in all questions of interest. We also deal with all forms of new mobility providers such as transport network companies and the promotion of more eco-friendly drive technologies.


The economic footprint of Huawei in GermanyDigital infrastructure: glass fibre urgently needed!Market design for efficient transmission of offshore wind energyThe contribution of biofuels to achieving the 2030 climate objectivesGigabit access in Germany: lagging behind in international comparison, but also little demandEconomic impact of public procurement in the aerospace defence sectorTourism as an economic factor in Mecklenburg-VorpommernCompetitive analysis: Is the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link pushing ferries out of the market?Impact of the liberalisation of road freight transport between the EU and TurkeyImpact of the liberalisation of road freight transport between the EU and UkraineHow reliable are the profitability analyses for the fixed link across the Fehmarnbelt?Statement on the current cost-benefit analysis for a fixed link across the FehmarnbeltOpportunities of digitisation in markets for urban mobility: consumer demands and new providersStatement on the current traffic forecast for a fixed link across the FehmarnbeltInvestment behaviour of electricity and gas network operatorsTelecommunications as a growth factorTelecommunications as a growth factorNecessity and implementation of nationwide broadband expansionTRANS-TOOLS – an integrated tool to support the European transport policyUniversal service obligation for nationwide broadband access in GermanyDistribution grids in European comparisonConcepts for promoting broadband investments in international comparisonOn the wages of locomotive drivers at Deutsche Bahn AG