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Pippa  Mitchell

Pippa Mitchell

Position: Managing Director
  • Transit
  • Transport Strategy and Research


Pippa has over fifteen years’ experience working as a transportation consultant in Auckland.  She has extensive project management expertise and has been involved a wide range of transit projects from inception to construction, including the roll out of the New Network in Auckland and the public transport response to City Rail Link (CRL) enabling works. As MRCagney’s Managing Director, Pippa is responsible for managing a multi-disciplinary team of urban planners, urban designers, economists, and sustainable transport specialists.

Pippa has worked with a range of engineers, planners and urban designers and has a background in public transport, cycling and walking, road safety, peer reviews and the Auckland Transport resolution process.

Pippa has a PhD in Geography from the University of Auckland and her academic background provides her with a variety of research and communications skills as well as an alternative but complimentary perspective on projects. 

Pippa also has particular expertise in consultation, having previously researched the roll of public consultation in Council decision making for her Master’s degree.  She has been involved the consultation processes for a range of project from small scale bus stops to wider changes such as for the CRL.

She was previously the Chair of the Auckland/Northland Branch of the Transportation Group NZ from 2015-2016 and also sat on the IPENZ Transportation Group National Committee and Conference Committee

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