We aspire to bring a rigorous and quantitative approach to the planning and evaluation of cycling and walking infrastructure. Our focus is on identifying the practical lessons from projects and conveying these lessons in a clear and concise manner for decision makers.
An evaluation of low cost connected local road cycling routes in the City of Darebin.
Survey to track population level changes in cycling participation. The survey has occurred biennially since 2011.
Undertook an analysis of automatic cycling counts data and report on cycling activity in metropolitan Perth.
Evaluation of sharrow markings at an arterial road roundabout in Melbourne.
Reviewed past data practices and recommended a data strategy focused on automatic counters for the Western Australian Department of Transport.
An evaluation was undertaken of a variable messaging sign and engagement with riders on car dooring along St Kilda Road.
An evaluation of a cyclist-actuated warning sign at the Beach Road roundabout, Black Rock.
Guidelines for providing for bicycle riders at local road roundabouts.
An innovative bicycle lane treatment on a road in a busy shopping strip with trams and a high risk of car dooring.
Developed a guide for local councils on measuring walking activity (with Malcolm Daff Consulting and Jo Eady).
A review of the evidence concerning bicycle lanes in and near roundabouts, and empirical data collection on cyclist lateral tracking at roundabouts. (study undertaken in collaboration with ViaStrada)
Evaluation of an on-street bike parking corral on Bay St, Port Melbourne.
Evaluation of sharrows as a means of encouraging cyclists to track towards the middle of a traffic lane.
A before-after evaluation of cyclist lateral tracking on a bicycle lane with painted buffers between parked cars and the traffic lane.
A review of the injury burden and countermeasures for car dooring.
Cameron is a transport planner and modeller with experience working in the transport consulting field in the UK and Australia. He has particular expertise in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure evaluation, safety and data analysis. He has assisted clients with numerous evaluations and reviews of cycling infrastructure across Australia.
Cameron brings a rigorous quantitative approach to his work. He has an interest in the interogation and interpretation of data to assist decisionmakers, with a focus on reproducible research methods and online tools. He is a fan of open-source software and fluent in R, Shiny, PostgreSQL and QGIS.
PhD in Aerospace Engineering (Aerodynamics), 2003
Linköping University, Sweden
MSc in Transport Planning, 2007
Napier University, UK
BEng in Aerospace Engineering, 1998
RMIT University, Australia
BBus in Business Administration, 1998
RMIT University, Australia
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