Double-decker bus

Resolve Group recently carried out a peer review of a detailed business case, which contained an economic analysis. The project was to get bus routes ready to accept double decker buses. This meant cutting back trees, lifting overhead telephone and power lines and in places shortening the width of shop canopies. Buses need to get as close as possible to the kerb at stops, often coming into a stop at an angle, which combined with the camber of the road meant that double decker buses leant towards and would hit the canopies. The client was impressed with the speed and efficiency that Resolve Group was able to turn around the peer review and we hope to get similar work from AT. The project was project managed by Ben with Steve and Stuart reviewing the economics and business case.