Graham, Director of Urbis’ Transport Advisory service, is a transport planner and traffic engineer with over 20 years’ experience in developing and leading innovative transport planning and traffic engineering projects. 

Graham has deep experience and understanding in the interrelationship between land-use, activity and transport. 

He has developed innovative designs to enable improved connectivity at a human and city scale, and specialises in cost effective, holistic transport solutions.

Graham has expertise in transport planning, public transport system design, traffic engineering and modelling, and designing for walking and cycling.

A trusted advisor to government, he has worked closely with senior executives in Australia and the Philippines.

He has previously worked for Transport for NSW, Roads and Maritime Services and City of Sydney. 

Graham’s career highlights include:

  • Western Sydney Airport ground transport planning, configuration and assessment for the Commonwealth of Australia. 

  • Davao High Priority Bus System network and services design for the Asian Development Bank.

  • Victoria Road Bus Rapid Transit public transport network and services design for Transport for NSW.

  • Light rail traffic and transport design advice and assessment for Newcastle and Sydney. 

  • Active Travel and Bicycle Plans for City of Sydney, Strathfield, Orange and Camden Councils University of Newcastle campus Connectivity Study. 

  • Australian National University autonomous shuttle scoping. 

  • Integrated Transport Strategies for Davao, Blue Mountains, Woollahra and Sutherland councils. 

  • Austroads Guide to On-Road Public Transport. 

Well planned and designed transport systems are integral to liveable cities.