WA | Modelling for Managers

2:30pm Thursday, 28 March 2019
4:30pm Thursday, 28 March 2019
Transport Modellers
Department of Transport
Level 2, 140 William Street
Perth, Western Australia 6000
Australia

This event will cover a general presentation on the key elements of managing transport modelling projects, what managers should expect and what they need to know. We will also look at a specific type of modelling (pedestrian model) and the specific critical elements of these models that people should be aware of.


Philippa Greenwood

Philippa (Phil) will be discussing modelling from a management perspective working back from the outputs that are required to what type of modelling should be used.


Phil is the lead transport modeller at WSP in WA with 14 years’ of local and international experience in transport planning, engineering and modelling on projects for both private and public sector clients. She has extensive experience in transport modelling and project managing modelling projects. Phil’s career began in the UK where she was involved in modelling for projects such as MediaCity:UK, the light rail Metrolink Airport line in Manchester and mesoscopic modelling for the Highways Agency. She relocated to Perth in 2011 where she has been the lead modeller for projects such as Perth Stadium Vissim modelling, various corridor and intersection studies and large-scale Vissim modelling to support a business case for the RMS Motorway Development Team. Phil has recently been on secondment to Main Roads WA’s Network Operations Directorate in both the Operational Modelling and Visualisation team and the SCATS team.


John Webster

John Webster, Technical Executive, WSP: John has over 28 years’ experience as a transport infrastructure planner, particularly in pedestrian modelling and the design of high pedestrian demand transport and sporting infrastructure. His international portfolio includes international portfolio including stations, transit systems, and sporting events such as the London 2012 Olympics, the Sydney 2000 Olympics, 2006 Commonwealth Games and transport advice for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Recent experience includes peer reviewing pedestrian microsimulation for both Sydney and Melbourne Metros provides him with unique insights into the challenges of sophisticated modelling tasks within major infrastructure projects.


Kevin Guo

Kevin is a transport engineer at WSP with 6 years’ experience working in both the public and private sector. He has established a diverse transport portfolio within the fields of transport modelling, traffic engineering and transport planning. The core of his experience has primarily been in traffic simulation and analytical modelling throughout Australia and New Zealand.

In recent years, Kevin has been the lead modeller for several high profile projects including; land-use plans, development applications, road and public transport infrastructure projects. Kevin has experience in numerous operational and analytical software packages including Aimsun, VISSIM, Paramics, SIDRA and Linsig.


This is a free event for members (please log in or register with the email address associated with your membership to access the discounted price) and $50 for non members. 

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