ITP cycling in Barcelona

Jamie Wheway BA, MSc, TPP, MCIHT

Jamie Wheway  

Jamie has 25 years’ experience in transport planning, with a focus on demand management, scheme feasibility and appraisal, and strategy development.  He is a qualified Transport Planning Professional, and from 2008 to 2013 served on the Board of the Transport Planning Society.  Having spent the early part of his career involved in forecasting demand and revenue for the Channel Tunnel, Jamie then spent most of the 1990s in South East Asia and Hong Kong, where he was involved in many major studies examining the feasibility of light rail systems, toll roads, bridges and airports, as well as the development of transport policy and strategy.  He was responsible for the transport analyses and forecasting in Zhuhai City for the first successful bond issue for transport infrastructure in China.  Before leaving Hong Kong, Jamie led the transport planning work on the ground-breaking and award-winning Feasibility Study on Electronic Road Pricing.

Jamie has extended his experience in congestion charging, having been involved in the development of schemes in Bristol, Nottingham, Hampshire and Edinburgh, as well as assisting in the preparation of best practice guidance for the Department for Transport.  Strategy development and appraisal work has included project management of the Newmarket to Felixstowe Corridor Study, the Three Cities DaSTS Study and the Northamptonshire Inter-Urban Corridor Study, and providing technical support to the Berkshire Strategic Transport Forum.  Jamie has also been involved in ITP’s BRT feasibility work in Nigeria and Ghana, as well as various schemes in the UK, and has led the preparation of Transport Assessments and Travel Plans for major developments around the UK, including for BT at their research park at Adastral Park, near Ipswich.

Jamie Wheway