Mark has over 30-years' experience in transport research, and recently joined SYSTRA from the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, where he was the Director of Research.

Balfour Beatty VINCI, the long-established joint venture between two global infrastructure leaders, today announces a Mott MacDonald SYSTRA joint venture as its design partner for its bid for the delivery of High Speed 2 (HS2).


SYSTRA has acquired SIAS the Edinburgh based transport planning consultancy. The 40-strong SIAS team has a breadth and depth of transport planning technical expertise with a specialty in strategic modelling, appraisal and microsimulation modelling using their Paramics software.


Although the global economic environment remains tense, SYSTRA's results continue to grow. The Group generated revenue of €623 million, up 18% in relation to 2014. EBIT also grew by 18% to €25.5 million, however it did not quite reach the initial target due to difficulties in certain economies.

The Sustainable Travel Transition Fund (STTF) was recently announced by the Department for Transport and presents an excellent opportunity to develop projects on sustainable travel, to ensure you are prepared for the upcoming Access Fund announcements (expected this summer) and the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy.

Her Majesty the Queen visits under construction Crossrail station at Bond Street

The name of the new cross-London railway has been unveiled: it will be called the Elizabeth Line. Chosen in honour of the British sovereign, the name was announced on 23 February during a visit by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, to the building works at Bond Street station.

As part of a package of measures announced in June 2015 to address climate change, the Scottish Government indicated its intention to revise policy towards 'Tackling the School Run'.

Today SYSTRA announces the acquisition of Dalco Elteknik AB, an engineering company specialising in railway systems and one of the market leaders in railway signalling.

SYSTRA Scott Lister

SYSTRA announces the acquisition of Scott Lister, an Australian head-quartered company specialising in systems engineering and risk management, largely for the railway sector.

In December 2015, the 196 countries attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris came to an historic agreement that could have the most profound repercussions for the future of the world.

The new smart ticketing scheme has delivered best value for the customer. Passengers simply pay-as-they-go without planning tickets in advance. For cash single fares and the interoperable capped daily fares for all bus & tram operators in Nottingham, the scheme will bring savings to customers in the region of 10% and-20% when paid with the 'Robin Hood Card'.

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