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Martin Wedderburn

Martin Wedderburn

Director

Martin is a transport planner with over twelve years’ experience in transport planning, policy and analysis. Recognised as a committed and versatile sustainable transport professional, he combines wide-ranging policy insight, robust analytical expertise and the ability to challenge ideas.

Martin has worked for a wide range of public, private and third sector clients in different markets around the world. He is able to take a holistic view of transport planning projects through his experience of working in different environments and with a wide range of transport modes. He strives to ensures that the full range of spatial, wider economic, social and environmental impacts of transport are assessed fairly in investment decisions.

Martin is committed to ensuring that all forms of movement including walking and cycling are considered in transport planning, analysis and appraisal. This field of work has included the development of economic appraisal tools for walking and cycling investment and establishing good practice in pedestrian data collection.

Working for a range of public and private sector clients, Martin has also conducted a range pedestrian movement analysis studies in both transport interchange and street environments. He works in multi-disciplinary teams with architects, engineers and urban designers at a range of scales to produce safe, accessible and context-sensitive public realm.

Martin is a transport planner with over twelve years’ experience in transport planning, policy and analysis. Recognised as a committed and versatile sustainable transport professional, he combines wide-ranging policy insight, robust analytical expertise and the ability to challenge ideas.

Martin has worked for a wide range of public, private and third sector clients in different markets around the world. He is able to take a holistic view of transport planning projects through his experience of working in different environments and with a wide range of transport modes. He strives to ensures that the full range of spatial, wider economic, social and environmental impacts of transport are assessed fairly in investment decisions.

Martin is committed to ensuring that all forms of movement including walking and cycling are considered in transport planning, analysis and appraisal. This field of work has included the development of economic appraisal tools for walking and cycling investment and establishing good practice in pedestrian data collection.

Working for a range of public and private sector clients, Martin has also conducted a range pedestrian movement analysis studies in both transport interchange and street environments. He works in multi-disciplinary teams with architects, engineers and urban designers at a range of scales to produce safe, accessible and context-sensitive public realm.

Martin Wedderburn

Martin Wedderburn

Director

Collaboration

Martina Juvara

Martina Juvara

Independent Urban Designer

Martina Juvara is a specialist master planner over 20 years of professional experience in the UK and interationally, with a passion for complex urban development situations and transportation systems. Throughout her career, Martina has developed particular knowledge and understanding of the interplay between infrastructure and urban success and how these influence the lifestyle and opportunities of people living in cities. Recent projects include a programme for the city centre regeneration of Nicosia (Cyprus), Hammersmith town centre growth strategy, Smart City planning, as well as confidential strategic support for transport or development integration at various HS2 sites.

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright

Independent Graphic Designer

Jonathan has 20 years experience in design and production of engaging print and digital media for a wide client base. Working with clients, both in the UK and abroad, adapting the style of the design to ensure the correct interpretation of the projects. Highly experienced in the production of graphics relating to the international Urban Design, Planning, Transport and Regeneration sectors. Specialising in the preparation of conceptual diagrams and master plans, producing clear and innovative graphics to illustrate complex and technical ideas.

Martin is an Associate of the Centre for London, a politically independent, not-for-profit think tank and charity focused on the big challenges facing London. It aims to help London build on its long history as a centre of economic, social, and intellectual innovation and exchange, and create a fairer, more inclusive and sustainable city

Martin is a board member of the Transport Planning Society. TPS is a society to facilitate, develop and promote best practice in transport planning and provide a focus for dialogue between all those engaged in it, whatever their background or other professional affiliation

Martin is an associate researcher of Walk21, the international organisation supporting and promoting walking. Through its Global Network, Walk21 helps make walking an enjoyable part of daily transport, recreation and health through effective policies, programmes and planning all over the world