Samuel Islam

Graduate Consultant

Samuel joined AMION’s transport economics team in January 2024 with an extensive background in transport planning from his previous experience at Integrated Transport Planning (ITP) and WSP. 

Samuel has a masters degree in Civil Engineering from Newcastle University, with a particular focus on transport engineering in his final year. His dissertation explored the relationship between climate change and commuter modal choice within the UK and delved into the behavioural economics and science behind why commuters choose to travel the way they do. 

Samuel has worked on a range of transport projects both internationally and domestically and his experience includes data analysis using GIS, technical notes, client consultation, supporting the development of business cases for transport projects and the modelling and analysis to underpin them.