As cities and their infrastructure become more connected, the ability to make transportation systems that are efficient, sustainable and smarter is increasing.
Cities need to build a strong and coherent business case for climate actions. This can be done through a more stringent view on the many co-benefits of climate actions, says Ramboll expert. A crowd of 50 participants gathered in San Francisco to learn more about how to make this happen as part of the Global Climate Action Summit 2018.
Using and buying tickets for public transport in many cities can be challenging, with myriad suppliers and little coordination. MaaS, or Mobility as a Service, aims to change that by combining all available transport options into a single mobile service.Read more about MaaS
Bridges change lives. That’s a belief we share with international charity Bridges to Prosperity, and why a Ramboll team relocated to eastern Uganda with a mission to create a footbridge, linking a community divided by the frequently impassable Ngame river.Read more about the project
Once again, Ramboll has secured one of the top spots as the most attractive employer among engineering students in 2018. The survey is conducted by Universum and based on the preferences of over 56,000 students from leading universities in the Nordics.
With 300 offices in 35 countries, Ramboll combines local experience with a global knowledgebase constantly striving to achieve inspiring and exacting solutions that make a genuine difference to our clients, the end-users, and society at large.
We employ more than 14,000 experts globally and have especially strong representation in the Nordics, UK, North America, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
In 2017, Ramboll delivered the best operating profit in company history.
Ramboll is majority owned by the Ramboll Foundation and this ensures the long-term and independent development of the company, its employees and the communities we serve.
Our founders believed in high ethical standards and behaving responsibly with each other and society at large. And this is still how we run Ramboll today.