Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Manchester University, 1961. Diploma in town planning, Manchester University, 1966. Testamur, Institute Municipal Engineers, 1963.
Diploma in traffic engineering, Institute Municipal Engineers, 1964.
Chief transport planner Greater London Council, 1972-1984. Director planning London Regional Transport, 1984-1999. Director Halcrow Consultant, since 1999.
Expert advisor Organization of European Cooperation and Development, World Bank, European Conference of Ministers of Transport, World Health Organization, European Commission. Visiting professor Imperial College London, since 2000.
Fellow Institute Civil Engineers, Royal Town Planning Institute, Chartered Institute Transport, Institute highways and Transportation, Institute Transportation Engineers (United States). Member Science Research Council (chairman transport committee 1978-1980), Regional Studies Association (chairman 1980-1982), British Parking Association (president.1987).
Married Dorothy Christine Crohill, August 25, 1961. Children: Mark Andrew, Jason Peter, Ruth Abigail.