Traffic concepts increasingly use cuttings and tunnels as a means of laying traffic infrastructure below ground.
They are one of the most expensive forms of construction but offer some significant advantages for traffic and transport planning:
- Removal of hazardous rail crossings,
- Separation of routes with different traffic frequencies and density of usage to free up junctions,
- Reduction of heavy traffic in inner-city regions.
More efficient traffic planning as well as the resulting reclamation and regeneration of urban public space are two of the arguments for implementing tunnels and cuttings.
Over the past few years we have undertaken a series of different cuttings and tunnel projects. Further details can be seen in the reference projects.