Stuff

As well as producing this blog and going on about stuff on Twitter and Facebook, I have also done the odd talk and I have a monthly column in Highways Magazine.

Public Speaking
Like many engineers, I like to talk about engineering and have been known to give the odd talk. If your group would like me to talk at a group meeting or give a presentation, I am always happy to consider it, but time is often at a premium for me and so I can't give guarantees. Additionally, I try to keep politics in the pub!

Here is a list of recent events I have presented at:

PTRC - Urban and Highway Design & Street Clutter (a lecture I give twice a year). Contact me via Twitter or the Questions page for a copy of the slides.

London Cycling Campaign - Protected Junctions - 2/9/14 - More information here.


Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation
Designing for Walking
Released on 19th March 2015, "Designing for Walking" was a project I became involved with before I started blogging. 

What started off as volunteering to help with the project ended up with me writing the technical guidance (with lots of help!) which is designed to give advice to engineers on the issues they should be considering when designing to facilitate walking.

The guidance will also be of use to non-technical people who are trying to wade through the minefield of terminology and techniques; and best of all, CIHT has made the document freely available to download along with other guidance which is being developed under the banner "Streets & Transport in the Urban Environment - STUE".


Highways Magazine
I have had a column in Highways Magazine since March 2014 after being approached by the Editor who had been reading my blog. It is kind of my blog in paper form and I do try and write about wider subjects, although walking and cycling tends to pop up quite a bit! The digital version of the magazine is free to read, have a look on the website.

Current article:
May 2017: Sign Make It Better



2 comments:

  1. Hey! Have you got an email address I can get you on?

    Thanks
    Heather

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  2. I do, but I don't publish it! Are you on Twitter - I can DM then

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