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Phil Jones appointed technical advisor to West Midlands cycling and walking commissioner Adam Tranter

Birmingham-based business leader and active travel advocate Phil Jones has been appointed as technical advisor to Adam Tranter, the West Midlands cycling and walking commissioner. Jones is the founder and chairman of PJA, the transport planning, engineering and placemaking consultancy with offices across the UK and Australia. In this latest role, …

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PJA secures role in consultant team helping shape Active Travel England

Birmingham-based transport, engineering and placemaking consultancy PJA has secured a role in the consultant team helping to shape the new executive agency body Active Travel England (ATE). ATE is the Department for Transport’s new cycling and walking executive agency with a £5.5 million investment to be made in cycling and …

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PJA hires Rebecca Jones as principal consultant

PJA has hired Rebecca Jones as a principal consultant at its London Office. Jones will work closely with the company’s placemaking and civil engineering teams to deliver footway, cycleway and active travel schemes. She joins from Urban Movement, where she worked on a range of projects including the design of …

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PJA appoints Catriona Swanson as associate at Manchester office

National transport planning, placemaking and engineering consultancy PJA has made a key appointment at its Manchester office. Catriona Swanson has been hired as associate at the Piccadilly Place office, which serves the North West. She will support director Chris Sibthorpe in advising public and private sector clients on cycling and …

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Cycling UK launches campaign to support proposed Highway Code changes

Cycling UK is calling on Britain’s cyclists to support ten key changes to the code to make cycling safer, following the Government’s new consultation on the Highway Code launched earlier this week. The ten changes include clearer guidance on overtaking cyclists (Rule 163), advice on the use of the Dutch …

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PJA to hold webinar on £2 billion cycling and walking ‘revolution’

PJA is to hold a webinar tomorrow, 31st July, on the £2 billion cycling and walking ‘revolution’ announced earlier this week. PJA’s chairman Phil Jones and Adrian Lord were key advisors on the plans launched this week by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The active travel experts advised the Department of …

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PJA opens Manchester office, appoints Chris Sibthorpe as director

PJA has opened a new Manchester city centre office to meet client demand, appointing transport planning expert Chris Sibthorpe as director. The new North West office responds to a surge in enquiries for advice on adapting streets to facilitate more cycling and walking, which has boomed during COVID-19. The Government …

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