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  • David Tarrant BSc CEng FICE FCIHT MCMI DipTE (Chairman)

    David was, until his retirement in 2018, Managing Director of Highways for Mott MacDonald, a global engineering, design and management consultancy. He was responsible for projects in UK and internationally covering financing, planning, design, environment, management and operation embracing new technology and stakeholder engagement. David’s career history includes senior appointments in the public and private sectors –  as a Partner and Main Board Director at Gifford and prior to that 25 years in the public sector at Hampshire County Council as Deputy County Surveyor and Deputy Director of Environment. He has wide experience related to Transport, the Environment and the Economy being involved in the financing, planning, implementation and management of highway and public transport schemes as well as spatial strategy involving major new development. David has always pursued a keen interest in the future of transport systems, being involved in many research projects with a wide range of technical and academic partners.  David is a former President of CIHT.

  • Ginny Clarke CBE FREng FCIHT FIHE MICE CEng BSc (Vice Chair)

    Ginny had a long career in the roads sector with fifteen years on the Executive of Highways Agency/Highways England. As Chief Highway Engineer she was responsible for road standards, safety and research and was the UK’s First Delegate at the World Roads Association. In her role as Strategy Director she took the lead in developing the first Road Investment Strategy and legislation for the new Highways England company. She joined the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund as a trustee in 2016 and is also a Trustee of the CIHT and a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

  • Professor Glenn Lyons BEng(Hons) PhD FCIHT MTPS TPP

    Glenn is the Mott MacDonald Professor of Future Mobility at UWE Bristol and the founding Director (2003-2010) of the university’s Centre for Transport & Society. He divides his time between UWE and (on secondment) Mott MacDonald, bridging between academia and practice. His research focuses upon the role of new technologies in supporting and influencing travel behaviour both directly and through shaping lifestyles and social practices. A former secondee to the UK Department for Transport and more recently to the New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Glenn has led major studies into traveller information systems, teleworking, virtual mobility, travel time use, user innovation, road pricing, public and business attitudes to transport and future mobility. He has been involved in a number of strategic futures studies. Glenn has also been a Trustee of the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (2016-2020).

  • Steve Gooding CB FCILT FCIHT

    Steve became Director of the RAC Foundation in 2015 – the Foundation is a transport policy and research organisation which explores economic, mobility, safety and environmental issues relating to motoring and road use. Previously Steve was a Director General on the Department for Transport board, responsible for a range of issues relating to motoring and local travel, including management of the executive agencies that run driver and vehicle licensing and testing. In a long civil service career Steve worked on many, mostly transport-related, policy issues. Steve lives in Sussex and is an active motorist, motorcyclist and occasional cyclist.

  • Hilary Chipping MA

    Hilary is Chief Executive at the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (SEMLEP), which she helped to establish in 2011. SEMLEP is a public private partnership which enables the delivery of infrastructure to unlock economic and housing growth at the centre of the Oxford to Cambridge Arc. She oversees the £265m programme of investment through the Local Growth Fund and the development of the Local Industrial Strategy designed to increase productivity. She works closely with Central Government, local authority and private sector partners to enhance skills, support businesses and deliver economic  growth. From 2008 to 2011 she was Director of the Milton Keynes South Midlands Growth Area (the largest growth area in the UK). As Director of Network Strategy at the Highways Agency from 2001 to 2007 she developed the investment strategy for the motorway and trunk road network. Hilary graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in economics and joined the Department of the Environment as an economist working initially on housing and then, local government finance and transport.

  • Andy Graham BSc FCIHT

    Andy Graham is a civil engineer with 33 years’ experience in transport projects using new technology and assessing and optimising the operational and business impacts and benefits they deliver. He has held director level appointments at AECOM, developing consultancy teams to support multi-million-pound project delivery and now leads his own company, White Willow Consulting.

    Andy’s experience is in over 30 years work specialising in Intelligent Transport Systems, connected vehicles and traffic data systems as well as information into vehicles. His activities encompass both public sector and private sector clients in the UK and globally, notably with vehicle makers, highways authorities and road concessionaires.

    Andy also has particular experience in interoperable tolling solutions across the world (working for both client on procurement support and suppliers on service delivery). He has worked on schemes in Dublin, Vancouver, the Mersey Gateway crossing and the Dartford Crossing in the UK, Road Charging in Oregon and deploying HGV distance-based tolling in Bulgaria.

    He is Chair of the ITS-UK Connected Vehicles Forum and recently won the ITS-UK Award for outstanding personal contribution. He is a member of the IET Transport Policy Panel.

  • Leon Daniels

    Leon Daniels is recognized for his world-class experience, expertise and knowledge of public sector transport in the United Kingdom, USA, Europe and Far East.  He has an extensive background in streets management; bus transport; urban rail; cycling; road safety; river operations; the taxi and private hire industry; policing and enforcement; highway engineering and major project delivery.

    Until his retirement from Transport for London (TfL) in December 2017 Leon was managing director, Surface Transport at TfL, with responsibility for delivery of £3.5 billion of road, light rail and transport services. He was responsible for the successful delivery of transport at the London 2012 Olympic Games as well as for numerous major events in London such as RideLondon and London Marathon.

    In 1998, prior to joining TfL, Leon sold his own venture-capital backed business to a FTSE 100, multinational transport business. As commercial director of UK Bus, he had responsibility for new ventures such as Aircoach, Greyhound, Yellow School Bus and for delivering coach and bus services across the U.K. and internationally.

    Leon continues to make a significant contribution to the progress of global thinking on road and vehicle safety, efficiencies, the social effects of autonomous vehicles and technical developments generally on road and rail. He also champions those under-represented in transport by background, culture and gender. He is a Fellow and Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics Transport, an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Couriers a Member of the Court of the Worshipful Company of Carmen and was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 2019.

  • Dr. Suzy Charman

    Suzy has worked in the field of road safety for 17 years. She started her road safety career at EuroRAP where she was the international programme manager and oversaw the establishment of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).  After that, she was Head of International Road Safety at TRL, before joining the Road Safety Foundation in 2017.

    Suzy has worked in the field of road safety for 17 years. She started her road safety career at EuroRAP where she was the international programme manager and oversaw the establishment of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).  After that, she was Head of International Road Safety at TRL, before joining the Road Safety Foundation in 2017.

    Suzy has very broad experience in the field of road safety, having led the development of several multi-sector road safety strategies and action plans during her time at TRL.  Suzy leads a thriving programme at the Road Safety Foundation including provision of support to Highways England for their iRAP Star Rating work, leadership of the Older Drivers Task Force, supporting local authorities with their iRAP programmes following on from DfT’s Safer Roads Fund, review of roads around RAF bases with US visiting forces and the annual Crash Risk Mapping work. RSF also undertakes policy and research work including projects for ORR and research on urban road safety for the Road Safety Trust.

    Suzy is a board member of the European Road Assessment Programme, an international not for profit association set up in 1999 and registered in Belgium that is dedicated to saving lives through safer roads.  She was previously a trustee of Transaid – a charity supporting transportation and logistics overseas.