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Client Director, Atkins
Rand is a Client Director within the Infrastructure business in Atkins. She has over 25 years experience in the planning, design and delivery of complex infrastructure projects in the UK and overseas with a particular focus on building and leading multi-disciplinary teams to deliver quality schemes to our Public Sector clients. Rand currently chairs the ICE Transport and Mobility Community Advisory Board.
Director of Investment Delivery Planning, TfL
Alexandra is the Director of Investment Delivery Planning at Transport for London (TfL), leading the sponsorship of TfL’s Capital Investment Programme and shaping the future of London's transport network, above and below ground. She has c.20 years’ experience across the capital investment lifecycle. In her current role, Alexandra is accountable for ensuring that TfL’s capital investment delivers the outcomes in accordance with the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy and the Long-Term Capital Plan for London’s transport network (including Road, Rail and Underground, Bus networks).
Professor of transport policy at the Centre for Transport and Society, University of West of England, Bristol, and emeritus professor at University College London. Centre for Transport and Society
Phil is currently Emeritus Professor of Transport Policy at UCL and UWE, and a Senior Fellow of the Foundation for Integrated Transport. He has degrees in Economics and Civil Engineering (traffic and transport) from UCL. He was head of the ESRC Transport Studies Unit at Oxford University, then UCL, and has worked as a transport planner in the Greater London Council, a non-Executive Director of the Port of Dover, and adviser to international, national, devolved and local government bodies.
He was a member of the DfT's appraisal advisory body, SACTRA (and its successor committees an panels) and co-author of its work on induced traffic, environmental evaluation, and economic impacts of transport infrastructure. He was Chair of the group of independent advisers who helped to write the 1998 Transport White Paper, and has appeared as a technical witness in a number of planning enquiries and court proceedings challenging the appraisals of some infrastructure projects arguing that their carbon impacts have not been properly assessed.
In 2003 ICE awarded Professor Goodwin and his co-authors the George Stephenson medal for their paper on 'Disappearing Traffic'
Head of Appraisal and Model Development ,Transport Scotland
Stephen is Head of Appraisal and Model Development at Transport Scotland. He is a Chartered Transport Planning Professional with over 25 years’ experience in the field of transport planning for both the public and private sector.
Technical Director, Atkins
Fayyaz is a Technical Director within the Atkins Transportation business and Professional Head of Discipline for Economics and Business Cases. He has a proven track record in advising on effective scheme development underpinned by robust modelling, appraisal and business case techniques, and providing convincing advocacy to secure funding and approvals for transport schemes,
Chief Transport Modeller and Head of Modelling and Appraisal Methods, Transport Appraisal and Strategic Modelling, Department for Transport
Robin is head of the Modelling and Appraisal Methods team within the Transport Appraisal and Strategic Modelling division of the Department for Transport. He is responsible for developing the evidence base and methods in the Department’s Transport Analysis Guidance (TAG), as well as providing policy advice through the development of the National Transport Model. He is also the Chief Transport Modeller in DfT, overseeing the capability and development of the modelling profession. Robin began his career in consultancy at Marcial Echenique and Partners and WSP for 6 years, before moving to DfT in 2006.
His current ambitions are to make a step-change in guidance and its surrounding culture, by providing greater clarity and focus on key strategic issues and policies and providing stronger links through to the evidence in the economic case for investment..
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