Monitoring & Evaluation

Walking & Cycling (NMT) Specialist: Rustenburg Rapid Transport, North West, SA

In 2010 Rustenburg Local Municipality start planning for a Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) service, and commissioned the services of a team to manage the project. My role, from 2011-2014, was to establish a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly environment within the BRT route Continue reading →

Research & writing: UNEP’s “Global Outlook on Walking and Cycling” (UNEP)

This new report, Global Outlook on Walking and Cycling – policies and realities from around the world, was published in 2016 by Share the Road, led by UN Environment Programme (UNEP). The report highlights the importance of investment in walking and Continue reading →

NMT specialist: Ekurhuleni (South Africa) Metro Municipality Bus Rapid Transit

In 2013 the Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality started planning Phase 1 A and Phase 1B of its Bus Rapid Transit Project, North/South Corridor from ORT International Airport to Tembisa. From 2013 until 2015 I worked as the NMT specialist on the project, awarded Continue reading →

Engaging stakeholders & media communication: Cradle of Humankind (Gauteng) mountain biking trail

In 2001 the Cradle of Humankind Tourism Master Plan made provision for the construction of mountain biking trails in the road reserves of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (COH WHS). A mountain biking feasibility study undertaken by the Continue reading →

Developing a funding proposal for UNIDO: Promotion of energy-efficient & low-carbon transport contributing to low-carbon cities in South Africa

In 2013, the Global Environment Fund (GEF) determined to focus on promoting low-carbon transport, through programmes that developed, demonstrated and financed low-carbon technologies. For this reason, the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) commissioned the development of a Project Identification Continue reading →

Developing a Flexible Working Programme: Transport for Cape Town and City of Cape Town (2015)

The Flexible Working Programme (FWP) Strategy (first draft, 2015) is one response to Transport for Cape Town’s Travel Demand Management (TDM) Strategy, and proposes measures that not only attend to critical sustainable transportation matters, but also have the added benefit Continue reading →