Whether overcoming traffic congestion in an urban corridor through innovative intelligent transportation system solutions, designing new bridges, or evaluating roadway safety for bicyclists and pedestrians, our transportation engineers work together with our clients and the community to develop sustainable designs that meet the needs of the travelling public and improve the environment.

SLR offers a broad range of services in the area of transportation engineering and design.

How can we help?

Our transportation engineering team has a stellar reputation in the industry and have worked on many successful public and private sector projects, utilising innovative approaches and cutting-edge tools.

Our goal on every project is to enhance mobility for all travel modes without compromising safety or adversely impacting the environment. Whether widening a highway, enhancing operations along a signalised corridor, or rehabilitating a historic bridge, we achieve success by engaging project stakeholders and partnering with regulatory agencies, ensuring compatibility among transportation facilities, the surrounding environment, and the community.

We provide expertise in several areas including, highway design, interchange planning and design, bridge design, rehabilitation and replacements, bicycle-pedestrian facility planning and design, adaptive traffic signals, transportation communication systems and intelligent transportation systems.

Our team

  • Brett McClurg Technical Director
    Brett McClurg

    Brett has been involved in the full range of traffic engineering and transport planning work including traffic modelling, systems planning, signals design, road safety assessments, local area traffic management, traffic operations and development planning and assessment. Brett has specialised in traffic engineering and is an accredited senior road safety auditor with the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR).

  • Jeffrey Baczynski Principal
    Jeffrey Baczynski

    Jeffrey has provided specialist transport engineering input to the planning of major projects across Australia. This included managing the preparation of the Road Impact Assessments, overseeing the required network performance, pavement and safety assessments and liaising with relevant stakeholders. Jeffrey has a comprehensive understanding of the technical engineering matters to be considered and the legislative framework in which projects are assessed.

  • Chris Lawlor Associate
    Chris Lawlor

    Chris has significant experience in conducting road network operational assessments, as well as investigating and recommending context specific solutions to mitigate the impacts of developments in areas such as road network capacity, road safety, parking management, and active and public transport. He has also been involved in several large infrastructure projects, corridor studies and modelling projects.

  • Benjamin Park Project Consultant
    Benjamin Park

    Ben is a traffic engineer who has established a specialisation in isolated and linked intersection analysis using the SIDRA software package. He has developed traffic engineering tools relative to queueing analysis, heavy vehicle acceleration / deceleration models and turn warrant assessments. He has expertise in sensitivity testing and growth modelling, crash history analysis and reporting, car park assessments/designs, dynamic and static parking demand analysis.