The Australasian Pedestrian Crossing Facility Selection tool was first released in 2014, allowing practitioners throughout New Zealand and Australia to assess a wide range of possible crossing options at both midblock and intersection locations.
The Abley team are pleased to have completed the Austroads ‘Best Practice in Road Safety Infrastructure Programs’ research report which is now available online.
New Zealand is a diverse place. We have achieved much in the last 800 years of habitation, but remain relatively unpopulated. This means there is a contrast between our main cities and the rest of the country. For the majority of the population, congestion and safety aren’t the real deciders on how or when to travel. Where they live and work and how they travel between the two are inexorably linked due to a lack of real alternatives.
Blog written by Nick Dragunow, Graduate GIS Consultant
Hamish Kingsbury was recently granted Certified FME Desktop Professional status from Safe Software, which gives him greater credibility in providing FME consultancy and services to our clients. Two of our other team members Todd Davis and Alex Oulton, also hold this certification.
Congratulations to Abley’s Eranga Dasanayaka, who won the 3M Traffic Safety Young Professional award at the Transportation Group New Zealand conference held in Queenstown 21–23 March 2018.
On Friday 16th March, Christchurch staff and their families gathered at the Margaret Mahy playground for an evening of socialising and fun!
We welcome Stephen Carruthers and Rebecca Tuke to Abley. Steve joins our team as a Principal Transportation Planner and Becky as a Graduate Transportation Engineer.
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