onemilegrid is a boutique traffic and transport engineering and waste management consultancy firm. 

onemilegrid was founded by Jamie Spratt, Ross Hill, Trevor Waugh and Valentine Gnanakone, each of whom have extensive experience in all aspects of traffic & transport planning for residential, commercial, industrial, transport, education and health sectors.

Whilst being a young organisation, onemilegrid have already proven to be leaders in the traffic, transport and waste management fields representing developers, land owners, and numerous Council’s on projects throughout Australia. 

We take pride in providing innovative, cost effective and market leading solutions to all our clients with Director involvement on all projects. 

Our wealth and breadth of experience across a variety of sectors puts us in good stead to understand the complexities of master planning and development within a built-up environment to manage competing stakeholders, community expectations and client outcomes which are critical for urban and greenfields development alike. 

We pride ourselves on our collaborative working relationship with other consultants, our understanding of the commercial realities of development and crucially the ‘bigger picture’, with traffic and transport forming a piece of a complex puzzle.

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Areas of Expertise

Traffic and Transport Design

Traffic Assessments & Planning Reports

Transport Infrastructure Planning

Road Safety Services

Better Apartments Draft Design Standards

01 August 2016

With the release of the Better Apartments Draft Design Standards for public comment, we took the opportunity to filter through the document to find any items of relevance to car parking, traffic and waste management and how these might impact on future residential developments.

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Parking vs No Parking

16 February 2016

Parking vs No Parking

Residential developments in modern cities are under pressure to meet competing demands between affordability, marketability, profit, policy and place making. These competing demands can put developers and decision makers at odds, which has been seen in the recent decisions concerning residential developments with and without car parking in inner Melbourne.

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