Online - GoToMeeting: The CIHT Northern Ireland AGM will be held virtually this year. Join us as we elect the new committee. There will also be an opportunity to hear a presentation from Neil Johnstone, Independent Consultant, Vice President CIHT and Member of Scottish Transport Policy Forum on 'Transport Strategy and Delivery in Scotland'.
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Join us as we elect our CIHT Northern Ireland Committee and hear a presentation from Neil Johnstone.
This year's meeting and presentation will be held online and dial-in details will be emailed to those who book using the button above. CIHT members are welcome to join for all or part of the session.
Please register your attendance using the book a place button at the top of this page.
Title - Transport Strategy and Delivery in Scotland
Speaker - Neil Johnstone - Independent Consultant, CIHT Vice President and Member of Scottish Transport Policy Forum
About the speaker - Neil Johnstone has over 40 years of experience having worked in contracting, local government and consultancy. For 25 years Neil worked throughout UK for Halcrow/CH2M, becoming managing director of its activities in continental Europe where he oversaw work in a range of sectors including transport, energy and water.
More recently Neil was a director at SYSTRA where he led the integration of the acquisitions of JMP and SIAS. In July 2017 he has launched his own venture (CONSULT-NJ LTD) offering services in transportation and business change.
Neil is a Fellow of CIHT, chartered engineer, member of ICE, as well as the Institute of Directors. Neil has represented CIHT on the National Transport Strategy (NTS2) Partnership Review Group and has co-chaired the Thematic Working Group on Safety and Resilience. In his consultancy role he is currently seconded to Transport Scotland where he has led the procurement of the Strategic Transport Project Review (STPR2).
Overview of presentation - Hear about Scotland’s new National Transport Strategy and the extensive consultation process underpinning its development, including how CIHT contributed to that. Neil will also provide an update on the delivery front with reference to the Strategic Transport Projects Review and the recent publication of an early phase of recommended interventions.