Stations

A station is a mini-world. A pleasant environment (for waiting, shopping, etc.) must be combined with an efficient transfer. Moreover, there are counters and shops where people work. Intergo has designed desks/counters, developed rules to separate commercial and travel information, evaluated grahical symbols, operationalized the concept of 'experience', evaluated pedestrian flow and escalator speeds, etc. etc.

Projects Stations

Experience value of stations: Station XX

Experience value of stations: Station XX

Travelling by public transport is a total experience with many different factors. The train must run on time, the station must provide sufficient safety and shelter, and also a good atmosphere is important for the total experience. Read more

Positioning of travellers on stops of the Rijn-Gouwlijn

Positioning of travellers on stops of the Rijn-Gouwlijn

In the plans for the line ‘ Rijn-Gouwelijn’, normal trains and light rail trains were planned to use the same track. Normal trains would drive past the platform without stopping, while light rail trains would stop at the platform. Read more

Guidelines for travel and commercial signboards in station buildings

Guidelines for travel and commercial signboards in station buildings

Between different concerning parties there was no consensus about the balance between travel information and commercial signing. Setting up requirements to resolve this, could easily end up in conflicting interests. Read more

Moving stairs and bicycles, a difficult combination

Moving stairs and bicycles, a difficult combination

Moving stairs seem to be a good solution to bridge heights on locations with little available ground space. Read more

Contact

Richard van der Weide MSc EurErg Richard van der Weide MSc EurErg
managing partner / human factors consultant

Melcher Zeilstra MSc EurErg Melcher Zeilstra MSc EurErg
partner / human factors consultant