An independent consultant specialising in urban public transport and accessibility issues. His career has spanned both the creation of the National Bus Company in 1969 and its privatisation in the late 1980s, together with a brief period at British Rail and two spells with London Transport. Andrew worked at the Bristol Omnibus, London Country and Alder Valley subsidiaries of NBC, becoming Director & General Manager of ï¿½The Bee Lineï¿½ on privatisation. He returned to LT in 1991 and retired early from Transport for London, where he was Head of Access & Mobility.
- Eur Ing Irvine Bell BSc CEng MIMechE CDipAF PGCE
59 year old Chartered Mechanical Engineer with 25 years experience in the bus manufacturing and operating industries. Now a Senior Tutor lecturing in Engineering Science at the British Aerospace Training Centre in Preston. Also work at the world's longest double-deck trolleybus route in Dudley, UK
- Kevin Brown BA MA
Academic Advisor, Faculty of Science, University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. 38 years old. Public transit and electric traction advocate for 23 years. Local transit historian, author of "Swift, Strong, Silent - 60 Years of Electric Trolleybus Service in Edmonton" (1999) and co-author of "Queen City Trolleys - The Story of Regina's Trolleybuses" (in progress). Member of the Edmonton Transit System Advisory Board.
- David Bradley
Employed by Balfour Beatty [1956-1960] and BICC [1960-1963] before joining Central Electricty Generating Board, working on the design and construction of overhead lines, from 11kV to 400kV. In 1985 switched to System Administration for NGCs Unix CAD network. Currently with Netproject working on the infrastructure that enables secure, global, mobile computing by the running of conferences and master classes.
- Ashley Bruce MaRCA. DipAD
30 years in broadcast television production, specialising for the last 15 in environmental documentaries for Channel 4, Central TV, Discovery Channel and BBC World. Currently producing for 'Earth Report' and 'Life' with funding from UNEP, EU and WWF etc. through Television Trust for the Environment and ITN Factual. Webmaster of this site.
- Malcolm Crofts
Previously a metallurgist and welding engineer in the petrochemical industry, constantly flying to crisis meetings in the most inhospitable parts of the world. Now run Reflectalite, a lighting and electrical business, particularly for bicycles. Using any one of 3 bicycles to get about, because of the congestion of the roads and sub-standard public transport, led to active campaigning for improvements, particuarly in West London.
- Peter Golds
A public affairs consultant specialising in Local Government, the environment and transport. Served as a local councillor in London for eight years, five years as chair of local Environment and Planning Committee. A member of the London Boroughs Association, Association of London Government (Vice Chairman of the Environment Committee 1995-6) and the Local Governmen