DCE were appointed by Mangera Yvars Architects to conduct a Traffic Impact Study (TIS) for Qatar National Museum - Transit Oriented Development (TOD). The proposed development was a multi-use development which will consist of residential, commercial and lodging facilities. Due to the central location of the development as well as the proximity to the proposed metro station, a unique traffic study was undertaken. A detailed development plan review process was carried out to check access width, parking layout, internal / external vehicle and pedestrian circulation, sight distance, road safety, drop off/pick up and service vehicle provisions. Following TIS guidelines developed by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC), traffic was generated, distributed and assigned to the road network. A traffic impact assessment was done at key access roads and neighbouring junctions using PTV VISSIM SIDRA and Synchro software.