Stuart Anderson P. Eng.
Senior Associate

Stuart has 20 years of experience in transportation planning, parking studies, traffic engineering, and road safety reviews. Over the past several years, Stuart has managed strategic parking projects for municipalities and institutions across Ontario and Canada, including review of supply and demand, and financial analysis of alternatives for construction and operation of parking facilities.  Stuart is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) registered with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), and is member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).

With respect to municipal parking, Stuart managed the Parking Strategy for the B-Line Rapid Transit Corridor in Hamilton, and was project manager for strategic parking studies for the City of Greater Sudbury, the Town of Picton and the Municipality of Port Hope. Stuart has carried out financial analysis of parking rates for the Cambridge Core Areas Parking Study, parking master plans for the Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa, and financial analysis for a prospective concessionaire for the privatization of the 33,000 space on-street metered parking program in Chicago. Stuart is currently project manager for downtown strategic parking studies in Kitchener and London.

In the education sector, Stuart managed a Parking Master Plan for Western University in London and a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Both studies were carried out to plan for future increases in enrollment and the proposed future building program at each University, and included a review of TDM alternatives to reduce parking demands, including carpooling, ridesharing, transit use, and active transportation.

Stuart also has extensive experience in analyzing and planning for the transportation impacts of new developments from initial concept planning and site selection through to detailed capacity analysis, and has given expert evidence on traffic and parking at the Ontario Municipal Board. Stuart has on several occasions been a co-presenter for Ontario Traffic Council workshops on the preparation of Transportation Impact Studies, most recently preparing and co-presenting OTC’s Advanced Transportation Impact Study Workshop in October 2014 and again in November 2015.  Stuart was a member of the Ontario Traffic Council’s Parking Committee from 2009 to 2013, and is currently a member of the Traffic Engineering Committee.