Garry Glazebrook

Research Director, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney

Garry is a transport and urban planner, specialising in the evaluation and design of sustainable transport systems and their integration into the urban environment. Garry’s key areas of expertise include: public transport network planning, integration of transport and land use, transport operations analysis, and accessibility analysis. He combines this public transport focus with a strong statistics and operations research background.

Garry has over 35 years experience in federal, state and local government, consulting and academia. He has made extensive contributions to developing long-term transport plans. He was a member of the NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan Expert Advisory Committee. He has furthered this contribution by presentations at over 50 conferences, seminars, public lectures and other events over the last eight years.

Garry also has extensive consulting experience over more than fifteen years in transport including: the development of intelligent transport systems, the design of transport strategies to reduce the impacts of transport on the environment and the integration of transport with urban planning.

Education

  • 2004 
    University of Sydney, PhD

Honours

Institute of Engineers Australia Excellence Award for outstanding contribution to the Warren Centre’s 'Sustainable Transport in Sustainable Cities' project