Andy McLoughlin, BSc, MSc, CEng, FCIHT, is a Transport Infrastructure Specialist with a wide range of experience covering most disciplines of the Road Transport Sector, including in Road Asset Management, Highway and Traffic Engineering, Transport Planning and Road Safety. He is equally comfortable in working with Donors, Governments or their Agencies, and Private Sector Contractors, having worked in the Public, Private and Voluntary Sectors of the Transport Industry during his career. Andy’s recent project experience includes development of a policy and strategy for axle load control in Suriname, writing a Transport Plan for the City of Monrovia, and undertaking interviews and data analysis in the Caribbean and Latin America for a study of Gender Issues in Transport Sector. Within the past 3 years Andy has supervised Master’s level research projects into transport policy in middle and low-income countries, road safety issues involving commercial drivers in Tanzania and development of minimum levels of service for Ghana’s Feeder Road Network. He is also the co-author of Engineering in Development: Transport, a handbook for rural-road transport practitioners. Andy is passionate about the role of transport as an alleviator of poverty and enabler for economic growth, and also has a strong interest in the inter-relationships between the different disciplines of the transport sector and the benefits that can achieved through a better understanding of these interfaces.