Daniel Firth is project manager for Stockholm's Sustainable Urban Mobility Strategy, which has the overall aim of enabling continued growth of the city without increasing road traffic. His role is to ensure that all plans and projects within the city are in line with the aims of the strategy, and contribute to the promotion of sustainable transport and an attractive, inclusive street environment.
Daniel is also responsible for the coordination and implementation of Stockholm’s policies on congestion pricing and strategic parking management.
Before his arrival at Stockholm City Council, Daniel spent five
years at Transport for London, working on the implementation and operation of the central London congestion charging scheme. Previous assignments include research roles in London and Stockholm, exploring, amongst others, road user charging (including advising the U.K. government), public transport interchanges, the role of road investment in regional development and urban freight management.
Daniel is a town planner educated at the University of Newcastleupon-Tyne, England, and at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.