New Appointments at TI
Transport Insights has within the last month filled two new positions within its expanding Dublin team – the appointment of Dinesh Bhardwaj as Associate Director, and Michelle Carey as Smarter Travel Consultant.
Dinesh, who joins Transport Insights from Jacobs Engineering, has considerable transport planning and modelling experience, and is highly regarded within the industry. He brings to Transport Insights extensive strategic modelling and techno-economic feasibility study capability, having led a series of high-profile projects in Ireland and UK for National Transport Authority, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, Transport for London, Highways England, and UK Department for Transport. He also has extensive experience outside the Irish and UK markets, having successfully worked on projects in India, Canada, Mozambique, Oman and Panama.
Michelle Carey has also recently joined as a Smarter Travel Consultant, and will lead Transport Insights’ ongoing support to the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Programme. She has previously coordinated projects in Dublin, Galway and Montreal, and has recently qualified with a 1.1 MSc in Sustainable Environments from NUI Galway.
Commenting on the appointment of Dinesh and Michelle, Ciaran McKeon, Transport Insights’ Managing Director said he “warmly welcomed the recent arrival of both Dinesh and Michelle to our team. Dinesh’s arrival has substantially strengthened Transport Insights’ management and technical capability. His recruitment is deemed key to driving continued future growth of our public sector and international client base in 2021 and beyond, developing existing team members’ technical skills, and expanding our team to support future growth. Michelle also brings highly relevant qualifications and experience to our team, and her arrival will enable our continued support to the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Programme, facilitating employers and third-level institutions throughout Ireland in developing and implementing sustainable travel programmes.”