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In the UK, SYSTRA provides Transport Planning consultancy and Rail and Urban Transport engineering services. We work with our clients to think through complex issues concerning the location and movement of people, goods and services – as well as helping them maximise the potential of their own businesses. We have been providing Transport Consultancy services in the UK for over 40 years and have an excellent reputation for the provision of high quality, robust and independent advice to our clients. SYSTRA Ltd is a UK registered subsidiary of SYSTRA Group.

SYSTRA is jointly owned by two major French public transit operators (RATP and SNCF). SYSTRA benefits from a unique wealth of experience in international mass transit and rail projects. Constant evolution is at the heart of SYSTRA as an engineering company. For the last 50 years, we have worked continuously to develop our skills, our markets and our partnerships. This constant drive ensures that we can always provide our clients and our partners with a standard of service and performance worthy of the trust they place in us. SYSTRA's multicultural teams have conducted projects in more than 150 countries and 350 cities and are specialists in all mass transit modes.

SYSTRA champions a new approach of mobility, developing mass transport to be more sustainable and more accessible. In doing so, SYSTRA helps people develop and create the confidence that moves the world forward.

SYSTRA has an ambitious plan to double its turnover, profitability and workforce by 2018 while maintaining their technical excellence. Within this strategy the UK has been identified as a major growth market for SYSTRA.

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Latest News

  • Andrew Archer Joins SYSTRA Ireland +

    Andrew Archer Supporting the growth plans of the Ireland team, Andrew has recently joined our Dublin Office as a Projects Director. Andrew has over 15 years of diverse and challenging experience in a wide range of transportation planning, policy and engineering projects.

    Prior to joining SYSTRA, Andrew worked for over 3 years

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  • SYSTRA Expands in Scotland +

    SYSTRA has appointed 4 new staff in Scotland to reflect its growing workload in transport planning, modelling, strategy and engineering.

    Tim O’Neill, CEO of SYSTRA UK said, “I am thrilled to welcome 4 new experts to our Scottish teams. SYSTRA is committed to Scotland, and will continue providing best-inclass services

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  • SYSTRA continues to expand its transport planning division +

    New starters in July 2014 include....

    Ralph Anderson - Edinburgh

    Ralph Anderson Ralph has joined our Edinburgh office as a Senior Transport Planner and economist. He has worked in transport consultancy for just under 8 years, previously working for MMM Group (MRC McLean Hazel) in Edinburgh. He moved into consultancy after graduating from

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  • Derby Public Transport Enhancement Project +

    Derby Public Transport Enhancement Project
    Derby Public Transport As part of their LSTF program, Derby City Council are enhancing the city wide bus based public transport network  through a wide range of initiatives and measures. These are aimed at improving accessibility to all, encouraging growth in public transport usage and providing economic growth

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  • SYSTRA appoints Tim O’Neill as Chief Executive Officer for SYSTRA Ltd. +

    SYSTRA Group, a global leader in public transportation engineering infrastructures has appointed Tim O’Neill as its new Chief Executive Officer for the United Kingdom and Ireland.

    This nomination is a step forwards in the development of the Group in the UK where significant rail related projects are underway.  SYSTRA has

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  • Transport Planning Vacancies up to Senior Consultant (Glasgow and Edinburgh) +

    We have a number of vacancies for Consultants/Senior Consultants with 3-8 years’ experience to work in either our Edinburgh or Glasgow offices. SYSTRA Ltd have a wide ranging client base which includes Transport Scotland, the Scottish Government, and many local councils in Scotland; our Scottish teams also contribute substantially to

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