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Transport planning & traffic engineering

John Emslie  From development planning and traffic management, to behaviourally-based movement planning, John has fully embraced transport’s new and widened scope, from past capacity-driven quick fixes, to today's real world ‘big picture’ planning for people and communities.

 

His technical grounding in the public sector authority and then consultancy has been invaluable in developing forward-looking movement schemes, initiatives, and research such as national traffic management and public realm enabling design guidance.  

 

Working in the Urban Flow way was always John's ambition - wanting to do things better and differently, working fully collaboratively and more creatively with clients and partners.

Simon Adams 

Director -

Spatial Planning

Urban Flow is really fortunate to be able to offer a highly skilled, motivated, and trusted team of Consultants that we know really well having worked side for many years.  Between us, we've got movement planning and engineering covered!

Lorna leads our Streets and Places work and fully demonstrates the ethos of delivering Urban Flow’s work in a creative yet straightforward and legible way.  

 

She is expert in sensitive street design, multi-modal analysis, street auditing, pedestrian and cyclist behaviour, station access, and survey design, leading substantial projects including: station access, corridor and neighbourhood schemes, traffic management and freight studies.

Paul has extensive experience in the design, analysis and implementation of highway, traffic management and other transportation projects.  

 

His expertise covers traffic management, bus priority, traffic impact studies, traffic calming, safety audit, road safety projects and traffic signal design.  Projects range from safety-led to major highway improvements and major, public transport, infrastructure schemes.

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Lorna Sewell

Director -

Streets & Places

Consultants

Julie As a transport planner and civil engineer Julie has experience in a wide range of disciplines including land surveying, masterplanning, transport and infrastructure planning and civil engineering design. Her double master's degree in planning and engineering has provided Julie strong knowledge of key process and theories as well as design skills in transport planning.

 

At Urban Flow she has applied these to a range of corridor masterplanning, transport assessment and planning/design projects, on projects for university campuses, town centres and development proposals.

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Julie Guilhem

Transport Consultant

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Grace has worked on a wide variety of projects as a Graduate Transport Consultant at Urban Flow.  

 

For projects as varied as Kensal Rise Corridor Study, Erith Town Centre Regeneration, Tottenham Masterplan, London Dock School Development, Ashchurch Masterplan and various projects in Mairfair and Belgravia in London, she has provided detailed analysis, report writing, site audit and graphics   drawing capabiity to the Urban Flow team

Louisa Freeman

Transport Consultant

Simon combines advanced assessment skills with a creative and flexible outlook to design.  

 

He manages Urban Flow's Spatial Planning projects including transport planning, strategy development, development and masterplanning support, strategic and local modelling, concept and feasibility design. Alongside his spatial planning expertise, Simon has spent many years helping to develop high profile traffic management and public realm schemes.

The Team

Louisa has worked on projects for various government bodies, local authorities and developers, conducting strategic evidence reviews, evaluating highway capacity in enterprise zones and areas of projected housing growth.  She has written transport assessments, evaluations and evidence reviews for local authorities and a public transport sustainability assessment.

 

She has also provided GIS and data analysis support to a wide range of clients, accessibility mapping for development proposals and evaluated a number of large and small-scale transport schemes, providing a benefit cost ratio based on journey time data, traffic flow forecasts and collision data.

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Grace Clarke

Graduate Transport Consultant