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In the UK and Ireland, SYSTRA provides Transport Planning consultancy and Rail and Urban Transport engineering services. We work with our clients to think through complex issues concerning the location and movement of people, goods and services – as well as helping them maximise the potential of their own businesses. We have been providing Transport Consultancy services in the UK for over 40 years and Rail Engineering services for over 10 years and have an excellent reputation for the provision of high quality, robust and independent advice to our clients. SYSTRA Ltd is a UK and Ireland registered subsidiary of SYSTRA Group.

SYSTRA is jointly owned by two major French public transit operators (RATP and SNCF). SYSTRA benefits from a unique wealth of experience in international mass transit and rail projects. Constant evolution is at the heart of SYSTRA as an engineering company. We work continuously to develop our skills, our markets and our partnerships. This constant drive ensures that we can always provide our clients and our partners with a standard of service and performance worthy of the trust they place in us. SYSTRA's multicultural teams have conducted projects in more than 150 countries and 350 cities championing new approaches to mobility, making mass transport more sustainable and more accessible.

SYSTRA has an ambitious plan to double its turnover, profitability and workforce by 2018 while maintaining their technical excellence. Within this strategy the UK has been identified as a major growth market for SYSTRA.

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Latest News

  • Meet SYSTRA at Metrorail 2016 +

    Once again, the 12th Metrorail World Congress will bring together worldwide urban rail experts to deliver the latest insights into ground-breaking strategies and topics set to revolutionise your day-to-day activities.

    View the program: www.terrapinn.com/MetrorailProg-Systra

    400 urban rail leaders, including 20+ CEOs from 70 urban rail operators worldwide, will take part

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  • SYSTRA appoints Transport Economist Mark Wardman +

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     Mark has over 30-years' experience in transport research, and recently joined SYSTRA from the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, where he was the Director of Research. Over the past 15 years, he has made a name for himself internationally having pioneered Stated Preference techniques and conducted major reviews

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  • Balfour Beatty VINCI High Speed 2 joint venture announces Mott MacDonald SYSTRA joint venture as design partner +

    Balfour Beatty VINCI, the long-established joint venture between two global infrastructure leaders, today announces a Mott MacDonald SYSTRA joint venture as its design partner for its bid for the delivery of High Speed 2 (HS2).

    Mott MacDonald, a British, global management, engineering and development consultancy company, and SYSTRA, a French,

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  • SYSTRA is Pleased to Announce the Acquisition of SIAS +

    SYSTRA has acquired SIAS the Edinburgh based transport planning consultancy. The 40-strong SIAS team has a breadth and depth of transport planning technical expertise with a specialty in strategic modelling, appraisal and microsimulation modelling using their Paramics software.

    This acquisition will broaden SYSTRA's transport planning team particularly in Scotland and

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  • Financial Results – Mid-way through its strategic plan, SYSTRA confirms growth with revenue up 18% +

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    "Mid-way through the SYSTRA 2018 plan, our results confirm our ambitions: to double our revenue, Ebit and headcount within five years. Thanks to the dedication of all our teams, SYSTRA is financially sound and has a well-filled order book. We have everything we need to continue expanding and remain

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  • SYSTRA Acquires Scott Lister, to Build up its Activity in Australia +

    SYSTRA announces the acquisition of Scott Lister, an Australian head-quartered company specialising in systems engineering and risk management, largely for the railway sector. This acquisition gives SYSTRA the wherewithal to build up its activity in Australia, a high-potential market for transport infrastructure.

    This acquisition also gives SYSTRA the opportunity to

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