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24 Nov 2017 (provided by Local Transport Today)
Stephen Campopiano (pictured) has joined consultant WSP as an associate director from SYSTRA where he was lead manager for local transport planning in Scotland.
Tom Bridges is leaving his post as chief officer for economy and regeneration at Leeds City Council to join Arup as director of cities advisory.
Hilary Holden has left the Greater Cambridge Partnership where she was team leader for the city access proposals of the Greater Cambridge City Deal. She took up the post last summer and was responsible for overseeing proposals such as a workplace parking levy and the now abandoned access control scheme (LTT 22 Jul 16). Holden is now a freelance consultant and campaigner for Vision Zero in Cambridge.
Anne Shaw is now director of network resilience at the West Midlands Combined Authority. She was assistant director of transportation and connectivity at Birmingham City Council.
Jan Chaudhry-van der Velde has been appointed managing director of West Midlands Trains, the company that will take over the West Midlands rail franchise on 10 December. He joins from Merseyrail, where he has been managing director since 2015. Andy Heath has been appointed Merseyrail’s new managing director. He had been deputy managing director since 2012.
Transport for Greater Manchester’s chief executive, Jon Lamonte, has been appointed the new president of the European Metropolitan Transport Authorities.
Darryl Murdoch has joined Landor LINKS as client partnership manager. He moves from Metropolis International Publishing, where he specialised in the tourism and leisure sectors.