Katherine Moody BA(Hons) MSc CEng MICE
Katherine joined ITP in June 2014, following two and half years working in Perth, Western Australia. She has over 10 year’s professional experience and is a Chartered Engineer (CEng MICE).
Whilst in both the UK and Australia, she has project managed a variety of both large and small projects. She is experienced in the production and review of transport assessments, travel plans and transport strategies and the assessment of traffic management measures. She has led projects for both local authority and private sector clients, ranging from the assessment of residential developments to more unusual land uses such as the redevelopment of the docks and the construction of a science park.
Katherine’s key strengths lie in assessing transport impacts and identifying sustainable solutions, which can help to alleviate congestion on both a strategic scale and at the individual junction level. She is also particularly skilled in the development of parking strategies, including review of residents parking zone schemes, as well as the production of Park and Ride Feasibility Studies.
Planning for sustainable travel has played a key role throughout her career. Katherine recently undertook a high level pedestrian review of the potential impacts of light rail alignment options on the pedestrian movement environment in Perth, Western Australia. Whilst in the UK she also considered an alternative approach to satisfy the requirements of the DfT and CLG with regard to economic appraisal for non-motorised users to secure funding for a pedestrian and cycle crossing over the M5 motorway.
Katherine has excellent communication skills and much experience of dealing with council members and stakeholders, as well as the general public. She has a talent for discussing technical ideas comprehensively and constructively, in a manner suitable to her audience.