Since 1995, PTT have been providing professional engineering advice in the fields of traffic engineering and transport planning.

Our continuing vision is to remain a leading independent consultancy, building on our reputation for personalised service, innovation and integrity. We aim to assist our clients by quantifying the impacts of, and increasing their return on, investment in traffic and transport policy, infrastructure and services.

We provide timely, cost effective, advice and solutions.

Under the auspices of the Centre for Transport, Energy and the Environment (CTEE), the firm has been the sole generator of the Australian Transport Facts report since 2009.

We are committed to:


Employee satisfaction


Great working relationships with our clients, suppliers and collaborators


Training and staff development for Innovation and Excellence


Inclusive and open management, Mentoring of Young Professionals


Honesty and integrity


Supporting the community


Balancing work, life and family needs


Supporting the profession of engineering


Diversity, creative and collaborative problem solving

We actively support our profession and maintain our accreditation by:


Participating in the activities of professional bodies:

  • ITE
  • QELA

Attending technical meetings and presenting at conferences


Lecturing at the UQ School of Civil Engineering


Sponsoring the annual conferences of ATRF and QELA

Pekol Traffic & Transport has been independently assessed and certified with ISO 9001:2015 Certified Quality Management.

This registration covers the Quality Management System for the provision of advice to Federal, State and Local Governments, government instrumentalities and the private sector in the areas of: data collection and analysis; expert witness matters; strategic transport planning, traffic engineering and traffic policy etc.


Adam Pekol

Adam is a Director of PTT and the CTEE. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Queensland, School of Civil Engineering. Adam has over 35 years’ experience in transport planning and traffic engineering, having worked throughout Australia and overseas in both the public and private sectors. During his career, Adam has developed particular expertise in data fusion, freight transport and demand forecasting. He has undertaken numerous design development and traffic impact assessments and regularly provide expert witness advice on such matter in the Planning and Environment Court.

Chris Bull
BCom (Hons) BSc MEng

Chris is a Principal Engineer with PTT and has over 10 years of experience in traffic and transport in both the private and public sectors in Australia and overseas. He has extensive expertise in traffic impact assessment, pavement impact assessment, traffic operations and capacity analysis, internal site layout and access design and traffic management. Chris has been involved in numerous data collection, development assessment and active transport related projects.

James Gannon

James is a Principal Engineer who joined PTT in 2010, having spent three years working with Waterman Boreham Transport Planning in Dublin with experience also in the engineering department of a local Council in Ireland. James completed his undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. His previous experience includes traffic impact and transport assessments, travel plans and sequential assessments. He has been involved in many traffic and transport assessment for state and private educational establishments, electronic advertising devices, traffic management plans, parking analysis, traffic engineering certifications, and active transport related projects. James is also a qualified road safety audit team member.

Matt Young

Matt is a senior traffic engineer with PTT, having joined the team in 2018. He has two years prior experience working with a traffic and transport engineering consultancy on the Sunshine Coast and has worked closely alongside Sunshine Coast and Noosa Councils. He has a degree in Civil Engineering from Queensland University of Technology. Matt is experienced with regional transport strategy, traffic impact assessment, site layout design and data analysis. He has been involved in numerous traffic impact assessments for retail, residential, commercial, industrial, recreation, quarry and educational developments.

Casey Glover

Casey is a traffic and transport engineer with PTT who has previously worked with the Department of Transport and Main Roads as an undergraduate engineer. He has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Queensland. Since joining the PTT team in 2018, Casey has worked on a range of traffic impact assessments, traffic engineering reports, conducted data collection and undertaken data analysis for retail, residential, child care, advertising device, school, office and service station projects. He has development skills in SIDRA and AutoCAD software. As part of his role at PTT, Casey regularly carries out design vehicle swept path analysis using AutoTurn software.

Madison Taylor
BE(Hons) GradIEAust MAITPM

Madison is a Graduate Engineer with PTT having previously worked at PTT as an Undergraduate Engineer. She graduated in 2018 from the University of Queensland with a degree in Civil Engineering. Whilst at PTT, Madison has worked on a variety of traffic impact assessments, traffic engineering reports and parking studies as well as developing her skills in data analysis, AutoCAD and intersection modelling.

Rebekah Lowe

Rebekah Lowe is a traffic and transport engineer with PTT, having joined the team in 2020. She has two years prior experience working in the transport department of a civil engineering consultancy in South Africa, where she worked extensively in public transport planning and design. Rebekah has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Cape Town and is experienced with traffic impact assessments, design, data collection and analysis. She has developed skills in SIDRA, AutoCAD and GIS.

Brandt Harling

Brandt is a Graduate Engineer with PTT who completed a degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland in 2020. He has previously worked in the construction industry in western Queensland. While at PTT, Brandt has worked on a variety of traffic impact assessments and traffic engineering reports for digital advertising devices, child care centres, primary, secondary and tertiary educational facilities as well as residential, retail, commercial and mixed-use developments. He has developed skills in swept path analysis and ground clearance modelling in AutoCAD and intersection modelling in SIDRA.

Clare Rogers
Cert III in Accounting and Cert III in Admin

Clare is the Office Manager for PTT. She has over 17 years experience in bookkeeping, business administration and management before joining PTT in September 2017. Clare is responsible for project administration, financial services and human resources systems and processes.