Martin Revill

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Martin Revill is an Associate Director with over 25 years of experience in passenger transport and in developing transport policy and strategy. Martin has worked at senior levels in both consultancy and in local and regional government. Martin returned to JMP in 2012 from regional transport authority Metrolinx in Toronto, where he managed the service planning team for GO Transit rail and bus services. Now in his second spell with JMP, he previously spent 6 years with the company, and leads our work on transport scheme prioritisation for local authorities and Local Enterprise Partnerships.

Martin’s work includes regional and local transport studies, examining transport evidence within the context of wider economic, social and environmental outcomes, and leading stakeholders through the associated decision making processes to agree priorities and the way forward. This includes work with three English regions on establishing regional transport priorities within the Regional Funding Allocations process, working with four Local Transport Bodies (in the North East of England, the Humber, South East Midlands and Swindon & Wiltshire) to establish arrangements for devolving decisions on transport investment to local areas,

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Last month the Government published a new consultation, entitled The Right to Challenge Parking Policies. It’s billed as ‘a discussion document’. It opens with the following line: “The Government...
The Tour de France is coming to Knaresborough! And to Leeds, Harrogate, York, Sheffield and many more places in God’s Own County. And (but whisper it quietly) a tiny little bit of Lancashire too....
Last month saw the publication of a House of Commons Transport Committee report(1) examining the new arrangements for allocating funding to local transport schemes to be introduced in 2015, entitled...
JMP’s Martin Revill recently travelled to northern France, Belgium, and the Netherlands with the Independent Transport Commission, looking at high speed rail systems, and the cities they help create...
Last month JMP’s Martin Revill travelled to northern France, Belgium, and the Netherlands with the Independent Transport Commission as part of its research study on the Spatial Effects of High Speed...
Those of you that are regular readers of the Forward Thinking blog will, last week, have been reading about JMP’s work with Wakefield Council to revive a former colliery site in Pontefract through...
Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, understands the benefits that good transport can deliver. You might think this should be obvious for a transport minister, but he...
Last week the Department for Transport (DfT) wrote to councils and Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) setting out their initial requirements on the devolution of powers for local major transport...
Much has been made about the recently issued figures from the Department for Transport (1) that show that the annual number of people killed in road accidents reported to the police has increased, by...
I attended a conference last week on reforming the railways at the University of Huddersfield. It was an excellent day, and as well as the obvious discussions on rail reform – it did what it said on...
EXPLORING OPTIONS FOR CARBON REDUCTION IN YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER Introduction The research on which this Chapter is based was conducted on behalf of the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Assembly to...
1. INTRODUCTION This paper is based on work being undertaken by JMP Consultants on behalf of the Yorkshire and Humber (Y&H) Regional Network Planning Team of the Highways Agency1. The Highways...