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Abley successful in gaining R & D funding

21 August 2014

We are delighted to announce that Abley Transportation Consultants is the recipient of a R & D Student grant provided by Callaghan Innovation, as announced by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce.

The grant allows Abley to employ a student intern to undertake research and development in the road safety area. The project looks to develop a Journey Planner that allows users to optimise their trips by the safest route. GIS-based tools will be used to develop a model to calculate the road safety risk. We are looking to employ a student who is presently studying in the area of GIS. More information on this position can be downloaded from here .

Public Transport Masters Graduate

19 August 2014

We are proud to announce that Bridget Spence, a University of Otago Master student studying public transport networks will be joining our team in early 2015. Bridget's addition to the Abley team expands our public transport expertise.

Bridget Spence

Bridget Spence

New Auckland Premises

13 August 2014

We are delighted to announce that our Auckland office will be operating from new premisies from 1 September 2014. The office is located at Level 8, 57 Fort Street, CBD.

We have a number of roles available for professionals with local experience who are looking for new challenges.  If you have ambition, want to be an important part of an established growing business with a vibrant personable culture unlike any other, and enjoy exploring new approaches to solve our client's problems, contact Steve Abley today for a full position description.


New Auckland Premises

New Auckland Premises