Paul Osborne has joined SYSTRA to lead and develop its cycling capabilities. Paul pioneered the national Safe Routes to Schools initiative and has over 20 years’ experience at Sustrans, where he led its education travel initiatives and directed a range of infrastructure and behaviour change projects. 

SYSTRA has bolstered its Manchester-based team with four new hires, reflecting its growing workload in transport planning and engineering in the North of England.

SYSTRA has moved to a new, larger office in London very close to its old premises.

Today is International Women’s Day and this year’s theme focuses on the need to #BeBoldForChange. This is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. As a global company, we wanted to speak to some of our female colleagues and find out how they have been bold for change throughout their careers and what International Women’s Day means to them.  

The Roads and Transport Authority of Dubai has awarded phases 2 and 3 for the extension of their iconic Metro system to SYSTRA, thus renewing their trust in the Group that has already managed the engineering and consultancy projects.

On 1 January 2017, JMP and SIAS became fully integrated with SYSTRA and staff from both companies are now operating under the SYSTRA banner.

SYSTRA acquires VETEC, a Brazilian engineering company specialising in the transport sector.

Following SYSTRA’s successful acquisition of both JMP and SIAS earlier this year, its UK Directors are delighted with the swift progress made on integrating the companies and can announce that everything is on track for a formal start to the new fully integrated SYSTRA business from 1 January 2017.

SYSTRA’s Movement and Place team are developing approaches to better understand how the nature of walking networks influences movement through our towns and cities. 

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