Parag is a Transportation Engineer at Flow and has 4 years experience in transport engineering and planning, and parking design and analysis. Having worked on projects across the Waikato and Auckland region on various public and private sector developments, Parag has a thorough knowledge of the District Plan of various Councils in Waikato and of the Auckland Unitary Plan. Whilst in Hamilton projects included preparation of Integrated Transport Assessments for a range of developments, including retirement villages, growth cells, staged residential, multi land use and major retail developments; parking design and analysis for both public and private sector clients; and organising surveys. He is qualified to undertake road safety audits and transport modelling.
Parag was involved with the Ministry of Education on the development of new school sites in Hamilton, working on the access strategy and how the pick-up/drop-off areas can be made safe. His recent work includes the Auckland Transport’s Downtown Infrastructure Development Program assisting with developing plans for pedestrian traffic management in the downtown area – focusing on minimising adverse effects on pedestrians during construction, and a parking study in the Point Chevalier area to understand the existing on-street parking demand as part of the AT’s Point Chevalier to Herne Bay Cycleway project. He has also been working alongside Tupuna Maunga Authority on an extensive route plan study and developing designs of tourist signs for Mount Eden and Mangere Mountain in Auckland.