Infrastructure planning & Powers

We are Steer

Yes, you are in the right place. After 40 years, we have changed our name from Steer Davies Gleave to mark our growing international footprint and our expanding portfolio into sectors beyond transport.

Explore our new website to learn more about Steer: who we are, how we work and what our future holds.

Our people

Stephen has over 20 years’ experience as an industry-leading specialist in aviation policy and business planning.  He provides these services to airport authorities, commercial businesses, trade associations, and all levels of government. 

Projects

In 2017 West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) were building a business case for a major upgrade of Bradford Forster Square Station.

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In 2008 Brazil was awarded the right to host the 2013 Confederations Cup and 2014 FIFA World Cup. As part of the preparations, Brazil chose to invest in twelve new and extensively refurbished football stadia to be show cased to the world.

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In order to improve the public transport offer for the 21 million people living in São Paulo metropolitan region, the state government formed a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) that will build, operate and maintain Line 6 of the city’s underground network. When completed, the line will be a 16km long, high capacity metro with 15 new stations.

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Steer is part of a consulting team that is developing the 2018 State Rail Plan.

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Steer recently led the comprehensive review of passenger rail infrastructure in California. Our team compiled and analyzed diverse information from across the state into a coherent resource for the next stage of the state rail planning process.

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Crossrail is Europe’s largest transport project, delivering a new 21km underground urban railway and connections to the existing UK national rail network, increasing capacity of London’s transport network by 10% along with transforming the city-region’s connectivity. 

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Steer was appointed by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to explore the feasibility of a new or replacement bridge for pedestrians and cyclists over South Dock on the Isle of Dogs.

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In order to plan new cycling infrastructure that best serves the need of London, in terms of existing, potential and future cycling demand, Transport for London (TfL) conducted a study to identify a pan-London Strategic Cycle Network. A key feature of this study was mapping outputs from TfL’s innovative new Cycle Network Model for London (CYNEMON).

Projects

Steer was appointed to develop a Business Case for widening this section of Highway 7.