President: Jonathan Pearson CEng FIHE
Senior Vice President: Stephen Webb IEng FIHE
Junior Vice President: Martin Polland CEng FIHE
Past President: Tony Kirby IEng FIHE
Honorary Treasurer: Ellie Gormley IEng FIHE
Jonathan Pearson, Ringway Jacobs (Chair)
Gafoor Din, Warwickshire County Council
Peter Dipper, Cinclus Training and Engineering
Richard Hayes, IHE
Tony Kirby, Local Transport Projects
Martin Polland, South Lanarkshire Council
Carl Skelton, East Riding of Yorkshire
Stephen Webb, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
Margaret Bell HonFIHE is currently Science City Professor of Transport at Newcastle University where she continues to be a leading contributor to the science and technology of Traffic Signals and the Environment.
Nich Brown HonFIHE Co-author, IHE Motorcycle Guidelines, Non Director of MAG.
Malcolm Bulpitt FCIHT HonFIHE SORSA Traffic calming and RSA specialist.
John Byron CEng MIET HonFIHE Helped start the Traffic Signal Control course.
Stephen Chandler IEng MICE HonFIHE Honorary Treasurer 1982-2008.
Ginny Clarke HonFIHE is the Strategy and Planning Director for the newly formed Highways England a role in which she is chief highway engineer.
John Dales HonFIHE is a traffic engineer, transport planner and urban designer with 27 years experience who champions better streets, being responsible for Urban Initiatives’ Movement + Streets portfolio and is Director of the Urban Movement team.
Peter Dipper IEng HonFIHE Outstanding service to the Institute.
Andy Dixon HonFIHE has been a key player in organising and delivering the Annual Traffic Signals Training Course and remains an excellent ambassador for the IHE.
Wayne Duerden HonFIHE is currently Head of the Traffic Engineering Policy at the Department for Transport and leads a team developing policy, regulatory frameworks and technical advice.
Peter Etheridge CFIHT HonFIHE Supporter of IHE Southern Branch.
Jeff Farrington CEng HonFIHE Asphalt specialist and IHE course tutor.
Graham Hanson HonFIHE is head of Traffic Signs Policy at the DfT and has a history of working with the IHE in promoting better understanding of road signs and consulting on proposed changes to the TSRGD.
Professor Peter Jones HonFIHE is a leading academic and currently sits a Professor of Transport and Sustainable Development at University College London. He is a member of the Independent Transport Commission, and the London Roads Task Force, among others.
Phil Jones CEng MICE HonFIHE Editor, IHE Home Zones Guidelines.
Bob Leonard IEng HonFIHE Outstanding service to the Institute.
Simon Morgan CEng MICE HonFIHE Chair of Traffic Signs Panel.
Alan Newman IEng HonFIHE Past President Outstanding service to the Institute.
John Nightingale CEng HonFIHE Past President Outstanding service to the Institute.
Stephen Palmer IEng HonFIHE Past President Outstanding service to the Institute.
Len Parker CEng MICE HonFIHE Long standing supporter of IHE and CIHT.
Baroness Scott HonFIHE was a Liberal Democrat Councillor in Suffolk from 1991 to 2005 where amongst other duties she was a member of think tank: the Commission for Integrated Transport.
Tony Sharp IEng HonFIHE MIHT was IHE President from 1998 to 2000, and took a lead role in developing the Motorcycling Guidelines which remain an important resource for engineers.
Steve Spender IEng HonFIHE was President of the IHE 2000 to 2012 taking over in the depths of a recession with particularly challenging finances. He was vital to steering the Institute onto a steady and sustainable path.
Anthony Suter MIHT HonFIHE Outstanding service to the Southern Branch.
Richard Wills HonFIHE