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Transport Planner

Country:  IN
Field:  Engineering
Location: 

Kerala, IN

Type of Contract:  Permanent
Level of experience:  10-15 years

Job description :

 

  • Designing and interpreting transport and travel surveys;
  • writing clear reports and presenting options and recommendations on transport systems to clients;
  • using statistical analysis to examine travel data or accident records;
  • forming potential solutions to transport problems;
  • using mathematical and computer simulation models to forecast the effects of road improvements, policy changes and/or public transport schemes;
  • evaluating the benefits and costs of different strategies;
  • participating in public consultation initiatives, including designing leaflets or questionnaires and attending scheme exhibitions;
  • managing studies and projects, often within tight time and budget limits;
  • assessing infrastructure requirements (access, car parking, bus stops, cycle parking, etc) of new developments to support planning applications or to inform local authority development plans;
  • liaising and negotiating with different parties, e.g. planning and highways authorities, residents' groups, councillors/politicians, developers, transport providers;
  • developing the initial design ideas for new or improved transport infrastructure, such as junction improvements, pedestrian priority schemes, bus interchange or bus priority facilities, car parking areas, etc;
  • acting as an expert witness at public inquiries and planning appeals;
  • writing bids for the funding of projects.

Job description :

 

  • Designing and interpreting transport and travel surveys;
  • writing clear reports and presenting options and recommendations on transport systems to clients;
  • using statistical analysis to examine travel data or accident records;
  • forming potential solutions to transport problems;
  • using mathematical and computer simulation models to forecast the effects of road improvements, policy changes and/or public transport schemes;
  • evaluating the benefits and costs of different strategies;
  • participating in public consultation initiatives, including designing leaflets or questionnaires and attending scheme exhibitions;
  • managing studies and projects, often within tight time and budget limits;
  • assessing infrastructure requirements (access, car parking, bus stops, cycle parking, etc) of new developments to support planning applications or to inform local authority development plans;
  • liaising and negotiating with different parties, e.g. planning and highways authorities, residents' groups, councillors/politicians, developers, transport providers;
  • developing the initial design ideas for new or improved transport infrastructure, such as junction improvements, pedestrian priority schemes, bus interchange or bus priority facilities, car parking areas, etc;
  • acting as an expert witness at public inquiries and planning appeals;
  • writing bids for the funding of projects.

 

Job description :

 

  • Designing and interpreting transport and travel surveys;
  • writing clear reports and presenting options and recommendations on transport systems to clients;
  • using statistical analysis to examine travel data or accident records;
  • forming potential solutions to transport problems;
  • using mathematical and computer simulation models to forecast the effects of road improvements, policy changes and/or public transport schemes;
  • evaluating the benefits and costs of different strategies;
  • participating in public consultation initiatives, including designing leaflets or questionnaires and attending scheme exhibitions;
  • managing studies and projects, often within tight time and budget limits;
  • assessing infrastructure requirements (access, car parking, bus stops, cycle parking, etc) of new developments to support planning applications or to inform local authority development plans;
  • liaising and negotiating with different parties, e.g. planning and highways authorities, residents' groups, councillors/politicians, developers, transport providers;
  • developing the initial design ideas for new or improved transport infrastructure, such as junction improvements, pedestrian priority schemes, bus interchange or bus priority facilities, car parking areas, etc;
  • acting as an expert witness at public inquiries and planning appeals;
  • writing bids for the funding of projects.


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