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Richard is a transport engineer with experience in traffic impact assessments, road safety investigations, research studies, business case development and economic analysis. Richard is passionate about improving equitable access to opportunities and decarbonising transport.
Richard has an honours degree in engineering (Civil Engineering) and a bachelor’s degree in economics. The intersection of these qualifications provides him with a good foundation for understanding the complex relationships between the built environment and economic outcomes. As part of his studies, Richard spent two semesters abroad where he was exposed to contrasting urban settings, cultural contexts, and transport solutions which allows him a broad perspective on transport projects.
Richard is known for his consistency in delivery, working to a high standard under time constraints. In his previous work, he was involved in road safety investigations for the Waka Kotahi Safety Boost Programme, research for the Infrastructure Commission, and business case development for the Auckland Network Optimisation SSBC. At MRCagney, Richard has contributed to loading and servicing plans, evaluation reports for Innovating Streets, and research into transport equity.
Richard is a member of Engineering New Zealand’s Transportation Group.