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George Hazel

Chairman of MRC McLean Hazel

Queensland University of Technology

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Queensland University of Technology

2 George Street GPO 2434

Brisbane, Queensland,4001

Australia

Company Description

QUT is a leading Australian university with a global outlook. With more than 47,000 students, QUT is ranked by Times Higher Education as one of Australia's top universities under 50 years old and is the nation's fastest growing research university. QUT's cours... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

George Hazel Consultancy Ltd


Strategic Partner

Clayton-Hill Associates Ltd


Smart Mobility Network Integrator

Scottish Enterprise


Director of City Development

The City of Edinburgh Council


Chairman

MRC McLean Hazel Ltd


Affiliations

MMM Group Limited

Advisor To the Team


Transport

Chair of the Advisory Group


Urban Foresight Limited

Board Member


Edinburgh Napier University

Advisory Board Member


World Parking Symposium

Board of Advisors Member


UK Secretary of State's Steering Group on National Road User Charging

Member


Robert Gordon University

Honorary Professor


the UK

Member of Secretary of State's Steering Group


Transport Research Institute

Chairman of Advisory Board


Cambridgeshire Quality Panel

Member


Edinburgh Napier University

Head of Civil and Transportation Department


Lorry Road User Charging Advisory Group

Member


World Roads Congress

Chairman of the Urban Areas Committee


Commission for Integrated Transport

Advisor


States Steering Group on National Road User Charging

Member of the UK Secretary


WPS

Advisor


Government

Member of the Lorry Road User Charging Advisory Group


Education

Heriot Watt University


Heriot-Watt University


BSc

Civil Engineering course

Edinburgh Napier University


MD of MRC McLean Hazel


MSc

Transportation


Web References(109 Total References)


Megacities and Mobility - The European

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by George Hazel 05.12.2010
George Hazel Professor Hazel is Chairman of MRC McLean Hazel Ltd a consultancy specializing in providing transport and urban development advice, concepts and solutions for the public and private sectors. Professor Hazel is an Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology. He specialises in strategic urban and transport studies and his work includes the book "Making Cities Work" and the Megacities Report for Siemens launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2007. He is an International Advisor to the MMM Group working in various parts of the world.


The South Fraser Blog: May 2012

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Value-added Transportation System - Dr. George Hazel
Last night, I had the pleasure of sitting on a panel for a lecture by Dr. George Hazel on shifting to a value-added, customer driven transportation system. Hazel started the lecture by sharing the thought that when push comes to shove, the economy will always trump the environment and that affects how we frame the dialogue around building sustainable cities. With that in mind, Hazel suggests that we need to reevaluate how we deliver transportation in regions. Hazel is currently researching different ways of adding value to transportation systems that use positive incentives to get people to shift to more sustainable travel options. His view is that the stick approach of getting people to change their behaviour has failed and we need more of the carrot. Speaker: George Hazel, former Chairman of MRC McLean Hazel, now Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane and Chair of the Advisory Group for the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University. George Hazel, based in Scotland, is an international expert in city and mobility analysis, policy advice and development and in innovative funding and delivery mechanisms. He has extensive experience of how towns and cities work, having written a book in 2004 on "Making Cities Work" and led the team which produced the Megacities Challenges report for Siemens. Hazel will be speaking on new technologies in transportation that are being used to reduce congestion, make transportation systems more efficient, make pricing and payments more convenient, provide more travel options, and reduce trips and traffic.


MMM Group » Dr George Hazel

www.mrcmh.com [cached]

George Hazel | Dr George Hazel | DSC2653 Version 2 | Read more
George Hazel | Dr George Hazel | DSC2653 Version 2 | Read more About Us > Consultants > Dr George Hazel Dr George Hazel, BSc MSc PhD FCIHT MICE FCILT OBE External Consultant - E-mail Dr Hazel is the former Chairman of MRC McLean Hazel and now works as an advisor. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane and Chair of the Advisory Group for the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University. He was made an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in 2005 for services to transport and has acted as advisor to various governments and agencies and local authorities including the Lorry Road User Charging Advisory Group, Transport 2000's Policy Council and the Commission for Integrated Transport. He was also a member of the UK Secretary of State's Steering Group on National Road User Charging and was President of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT). He was Chair of the Urban Design Alliance (UDAL) in 2005 and 2006. He has currently advised the Northern Ireland Department of Regional Development on their Strategic Plan, Siemens on their Urban Sustainable Centre in London , the EU on their European Bus System of the Future and Evergreen Toronto on their future mobility strategy for sustanable cities. He has recently completed city audit studies for Calgary and Edmonton for Siemens. Dr Hazel is an expert in city and mobility analysis, policy advice and development and in innovative funding and delivery mechanisms. He has extensive experience of how towns and cities work having written a book in 2004 on "Making Cities Work" and led the team which produced the Megacities Challenges report for Siemens which was launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2006. He has also acted as advisor to a number of towns and cities in the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.


World Parking Symposium

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Dr Hazel will give a presentation in three parts.
The first part will be a summary of the future of mobility based on his research and practice over the past 20 years - this follows on from his presentation at the last WPS. This spans his work as Director of City Development at Edinburgh, his Megacities Challenges report and subsequent city studies with Siemens and his current role as Smart Mobility Network Integrator for Scottish Enterprise, the economic development agency for the Scottish Government. The second part of his presentation will focus on the potential for parking, especially smart parking, in future smart mobility. This will include examples from around the world of best and current practise. The third and final part will focus on his work in Scotland with Scottish Enterprise including the building of a smart mobility industry cluster, developing a series of demonstration projects with national and international partners in smart mobility and potential partnering with agencies and companies in other countries and organisations. It is hoped that at least one of the demonstration projects will be in smart parking. George Hazel is an expert in city and mobility analysis, policy advice and development and in innovative funding and delivery mechanisms. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane and Chair of the Advisory Group for the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University. He has been appointed as Smart Mobility Network Integrator for Scottish Enterprise, part of the Scottish Government. He has advised the Metrolinx in Toronto, Translink in Vancouver and Brisbane, the Northern Ireland Department of Regional Development on their Strategic Plan, Siemens on their Urban Sustainable Centre in London and a number of other projects, the EU on their European Bus System of the Future and Evergreen Toronto on their future mobility strategy for sustainable cities. He was made an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in 2005 for services to transport.


MRC McLean Hazel » Dr George Hazel

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Dr George Hazel | DSC2653 Version 2 | Read more
MRC McLean Hazel > Dr George Hazel About Us > Staff > Dr George Hazel Dr George Hazel, BSc MSc PhD FCIHT MICE FCILT OBE Consultant - E-mail Dr Hazel is the former Chairman of MRC McLean Hazel and now works as an advisor. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane and Chair of the Advisory Group for the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University. He was made an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in 2005 for services to transport and has acted as advisor to various governments and agencies and local authorities including the Lorry Road User Charging Advisory Group, Transport 2000's Policy Council and the Commission for Integrated Transport. He was also a member of the UK Secretary of State's Steering Group on National Road User Charging and was President of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT). He was Chair of the Urban Design Alliance (UDAL) in 2005 and 2006. He has currently advised the Northern Ireland Department of Regional Development on their Strategic Plan, Siemens on their Urban Sustainable Centre in London , the EU on their European Bus System of the Future and Evergreen Toronto on their future mobility strategy for sustanable cities. He has recently completed city audit studies for Calgary and Edmonton for Siemens. Dr Hazel is an expert in city and mobility analysis, policy advice and development and in innovative funding and delivery mechanisms. He has extensive experience of how towns and cities work having written a book in 2004 on "Making Cities Work" and led the team which produced the Megacities Challenges report for Siemens which was launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2006. He has also acted as advisor to a number of towns and cities in the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.


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