The Transport Planning Society Appoints Scottish Representatives

The Transport Planning Society is delighted to announce the appointment of three new representatives for its Scottish region.  Jamie Smith (Arup), Kenny Fearnside (SCP) and Stephen Houlihan (RPS Group) have all joined as TPS Scotland reps. 

You can read more about each of them and why the chose to volunteer below:

Jamie Smith, Transport Planner, Arup: 


8 Jamie Smith Photo


“I am delighted to be announced as one of the TPS representatives for Scotland. I am passionate about making a difference in the transport sector, particularly in Scotland, which was my main motivation for putting myself forward for this role. 

I hope to play a part in increasing engagement among the TPS community in Scotland, to understand what they would like to see from the Society. I also have a keen interest in the development of young professionals, which I will also bring to this role. 

 Kenny Fearnside, Associate Director, SCP: 

Kenny Fearnside



“I look forward to working with my new colleagues as TPS representatives for Scotland.  I am keen to raise the profile for the society and look to develop positive relationships with other partner organisations to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of transport planning work across the country.  

I am particularly keen to explore opportunities to highlight transport planning as a rewarding and diverse career choice and work with schools, colleges and universities to encourage the transport planners of the future to get involved with the TPS.” 

 Stephen Houlihan, Associate Director, RPS Group: 


Stephen Houlihan



“I am very pleased to announce this role with Jamie and Kenny as the new TPS representatives for Scotland. 

I am keen to engage with existing and emerging Transport Planners, together with wider disciplines at all levels to promote TPS and also transport planning as a whole; how it impacts our daily lives and how it can be a challenging and rewarding career.”


Are you a member of TPS and would like to get involved in the upcoming activities or events in Scotland? If so, contact



TPS is supported by

Web design by Tribal Systems