Bryony Cooper is an expert in urban transportation policy and planning. She focuses on the
integration of land use with active and public transport to deliver sustainable, equitable and liveable cities. These city outcomes are fundamentally important in directing the current technological changes in mobility.
Bryony has over 20 years experience working in the public and private sectors predominantly in the UK and Australia. From 2014 – 2017 Bryony led the City Access and Transport at the City of Sydney, responsible for transport policy development, transport planning and the promotion of active travel.
Bryony’s work has included strategic urban planning, major transit infrastructure development,
behavioural programs and project implementation. She understands the community outcomes of large-scale infrastructure projects – both good and bad.
Bryony holds a BSocSc (Geography and Planning) from Birmingham University and a MSc (Transport Planning and Management) from the University of Westminster.
- Strategic urban transport policy and planning
- Active transport planning
- Transit infrastructure and service planning
- Travel demand management and behaviour change