Demand Forecasting Review

Andrew Douglas has a practical and pragmatic approach to transport modelling. His understanding of transport model development coupled with his extensive knowledge of user behaviour and the transport systems and land use characteristics in Queensland, northern New South Wales, and the Northern Territory allow him to provide insights that aid the planning and design of individual projects, as well as provide a comprehensive review function.



Andrew Douglas has directed a number of demand forecasting projects, including for: 

  • Airport Link; the largest privately funded infrastructure project in Australia

  • North South Bypass Tunnel bid

  • Brisbane Strategic Transport Model

  • Pine Rivers Shire Council Road Network Study and Transport Infrastructure Charges Schedule

  • Brisbane Airport Northern Access Road

  • Caloundra Shire Traffic Model

  • Hervey Bay City Traffic Model

  • Livingstone Shire Future Road Network Plan

  • Rockhampton Future Road Network Plan

  • Gympie Bypass and Cooloola Shire Traffic Model

  • Border Region Strategic Road Network Model

  • Coronation Drive Tidal Flow Bus Lane Forecasting and Economic Assessment

  • Australia Trade Coast Road Network Planning Study

  • Eastern Downs Strategic Road Network Plan

  • Wide Bay Central Integrated Transport Plan 2020

  • Maryborough CBD Saturn Model

  • Plenty Road Upgrade Demand Forecasting

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