Transport and the Landscape
The Transport sector has particular significance in the landscape. Transport routes are necessarily linear features. They may bring with them high levels of impact on the surrounding landscape including, in the case of highways, the potential of night-time effects from vehicle and fixed lighting.
They also have another significant effect on our perception of the landscape, in that they are also frequently the means by which much of our landscape is observed. This holds true for any form of transport, from highways, through railways to pedestrian footpaths.
The relationship between these features and the wider landscape therefore demands the particular approaches and consideration of the landscape architect.
2B has experience in the Design, Assessment, and Visualisation of Transport projects, from footpaths to major infrastructure, and would be pleased to work with you to develop and communicate appropriate solutions for your Transport project.
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