The TTLF Team offers the following services that uniquely qualify us to service the Ground Transportation and Logistics Industries.
- Evaluating current operations: Analyzing the current performance of existing ground transportation operations, their economic conditions, administrative procedures, and regulatory environment. Studies include all forms of ground transportation vehicles including taxi, sedan (black car), van, limousine, minibus, and bus in all forms of operating modes - demand responsive, door-to-door shared-ride and premium ride, and line-haul.
- Simulation of vehicles necessary to serve demand: Analyzing passenger demand; the number and operational configuration of vehicles necessary to service that demand in whatever waiting time the city or airport administration would set as contract specifications.
- Development of remote ground transportation terminals: Analysis of positive and negative effects the evolution of remote airport ground transportation terminals would have on airport revenues, traffic congestion, curb utilization, and parking.
- Curb Prioritization and Concession Fees: Analysis of appropriate fees to charge various ground transportation providers, given industry and local regulatory practices, and how these services should be offered and marketed on the airport curb or the community in general.
- Analysis of administrative/regulatory options available to manage airport ground transportation: Analysis of federal, state, and local transportation legislation as applies to a specific location. State and local laws, regulations, and ordinances are not uniform and often must be altered to initiate new types of ground transportation services. Analysis of what needs to be altered, appropriate language and examples of other ordinances (benefits and problems) is provided as a management plan to build a ground transportation management plan over time
- Analysis of the need for, and the benefits derived from installation of Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) systems. Typical analysis includes managerial information requirements cost /revenue analysis of such systems as well as technical specifications.
- Expert witness services: Provide technical and analytical assistance as well as courtroom testimony on ground transportation industry practices, policies, and standard operating procedures.