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Obituary: Alastair Dick

Alastair Dick, one of the founding fathers of the transport planning profession in the UK, has died, aged 74. Starting his career as lecturer in transport planning at the Transport Operations Research Group at the University of Newcastle, he joined Freeman Fox Wilbur Smith Associates in London. He played a key role as a director of the firm and was involved with several of the early land-use/transportation studies in the UK and continental Europe. In 1976 he formed his own consultancy company,...

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