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Andrew Nash is a transport planner with over 30 years of experience working for cities, public transport agencies, railways, research institutes and consultants in San Francisco, Zurich and Vienna. Recent projects include:
I'm helping develop a railway traffic management system for Banedanmark (Denmark's railway network operator) as part of the Signalling Programme.

Banedanmark Traffic Management System

I’m helping develop a railway traffic management system for Banedanmark (Denmark’s railway network operator) as part of the Signalling Programme.

Ringstrasse150.com

Mobile phone game and website to support improved bicycle planning and advocacy in Vienna. Launched to help celebrate the Ringstrasse’s 150th birthday. Ring Ride game is available on iTunes and the Play Store.

crowdsourced-transport.com

A website describing how crowdsourcing can be used to improve participation in transport including games, social media, crowdsourcing and sensors. Read more at crowdsourced-transport.com

BusMeister

Award-winning project teaches people about public transport so they can provide better input and ideas. Project included the BusMeister game, educational resources and a collaboration application. More.

Grr-Grr-Bike

Grr-Grr-Bike is a smart phone game designed to encourage players to become involved in local bicycle planning and advocacy.
I help clients write and edit technical papers, reports, proposals, websites, etc., including translation from German to English.

Communications

I help clients write and edit technical papers, reports, proposals, websites, etc., including translation from German to English.
Public transport priority makes transit more attractive and cost effective.   research on public transport priority.

Public Transport Priority

Public transport priority makes transit more attractive and cost effective. research on public transport priority.
Before Facebook and LinkedIn I started the ICPN, a professional social network for planners. Needless to say, I was ahead of my time (2005-2008).

International City Planners Network

Before Facebook and LinkedIn I started the ICPN, a professional social network for planners. Needless to say, I was ahead of my time (2005-2008).
I served as Executive Director of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (2000-01). The agency is responsible for long range transport planning and funding.

San Francisco Transport Authority

I served as Executive Director of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (2000-01). The agency is responsible for long range transport planning and funding.
I was Project Manager for the Caltrain Downtown San Francisco Extension Project (1995-1997). We completed a draft EIS, but the mayor vetoed the project. (He later changed his mind.)

Caltrain Downtown Extension

I was Project Manager for the Caltrain Downtown San Francisco Extension Project (1995-1997). We completed a draft EIS, but the mayor vetoed the project. (He later changed his mind.)
 
 

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