MC Transport Design and Simulation d.o.o.

MC TDS was founded in 2018 as a 100% subsidiary of MC Mobility Consultants GmbH, Austria.

MC TDS is located in Belgrade, Serbia

MC TDS is fully independent, private capital funded and characterised through a lean organisational structure.

MC TDS Coreteam with more than 50 Freelancer experts and specialised partner companies

MC TDS services include comprehensive technical and economic consulting, simulation of options, planning, including controlling and monitoring of projects.

MC TDS team combines expertise and experience in a number of disciplines with cultural and linguistic proficiency.

MC TDS experts are capable of working with software Opentrack©, Treno©, ArcGIS©, AutoDesk AutoCAD©, Minitab©, SPSS©, Visum©, Vissim© and EMME©


Business Area Services References[1]


Pre-feasibility studies

Feasibility studies

Rehabilitation concepts

Cost-benefit analyses

Preparation of tender documents

Operational concepts

  • EIB*: Support to the Railway Reform Authority for acquisition of passenger rolling stock – Feasibility study
  • Feasibility study for the rehabilitation of the railway line Durres – Elbasan – Pogradec and a new rail line link to border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Component 1, WB13-ALB-TRA-01 (WBIF).
  • Support to the Implementation of the Strategic Work Programme of the South East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO) – Technical Assistance,
  • Feasibility study for Szeged-Roske-Horgoš-Subotica-Csikeria-Bacsalmas-Baja railway line with the Analysis of Environmental Influences


Design coordination

Spatial planning

Comparative studies

Complete design

Permit application design

Execution design

Design coordination

Safety plan


  •  Spatial plan of Republic Serbia, Urban plan for Belgrade center station, Spatial plans for special purpose of infrastructure corridors: highway section (Belgrade – Pozega), railway section (Stalac-Djunis),
  • Spatial plan of municipality Osecina.
  • Line: Belgrade – Nis, Nis-Presevo, Nis-Dimitrovgrad, Pancevacki most-Pancevo Glavna, Rasputnica G –Resnik, Resnik –Valjevo, Belgrade Center – Stara Pazova, Stara Pazova – Novi Sad, Novi Sad – Subotica, Stara Pazova – Sid, Mala Krsna-Radinac, Valjevo-Loznica),
  • Vrbnica – Podgorica – Bar
  • Railway junctions: Belgrade, Novi Sad,
  • Railway stations: Belgrade center, Belgrade Marshalling yard – container terminal, Kraljevo, Mala Krsna,
  • Level crossings
  • Industrial tracks: “Standard gas” Odzaci, “Fiat Serbia” Kragujevac, “Dunav Oil” Sremski Karlovci, “Letac” Indjija, “NIS-RNP” Pancevo, “Mitan Oil” Smederevo luka


Requirements for a railway network’s infrastructure

Capacity of lines, stations and depots

Rolling stock studies

Running time calculation

Analysis of current and predicted Scenarios for timetable construction

Signalling systems

Power and energy consumption

  • Railway lines, stations and depot (capacity analysis): Serbian railway network lines and stations, Novi Sad and Zemun depots for maintenance and care of passengers DMU, EMU and wagons
  • Capacity Analysis Corridor Azerbaijan – Turkey for MK Railways
  • Capacity analysis for bypass Tbilisi
  • EIB: Support to the Railway Reform Authority for acquisition of passenger rolling stock – operational analysis and input for PSC
  • Preparing models and data for French and Great Britain railway lines


Project development

Project management

Information management

Project scheduling

Management of funding

Construction site coordination

  • Western Balkans Investment Framework, Infrastructure Project Facility, Technical Assistance 4 (IPF4), Infrastructures: Energy, Environment, Transport and Social”, European Investment Bank TA2012054 R0 WBF
  • Serbian public railway network junctions and stations construction,
  • Level crossings Installation
  • Industrial tracks construction




Expert opinions

Design verification

Site supervision

Safety engineering

Measurement Technology

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Corridor Performance Measurement and Monitoring
  • WB: Development of a methodology for railways performance monitoring, Pilot in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Construction of the Railway Joint Border Station between the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia, WB13-MKD-TRA-01(WBIF).
  • Special inspection of 106 tunnels on the railway line Vrbnica-Bar (SEETO Rail Route 4), Component 1, WB13-MNE-TRA-01 (WBIF).

*EIB: European Investment Bank, WB: World Bank

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