Specialist team
Mobycon’s staff come from a range of different backgrounds, which allows us to approach the big picture of each situation. Instead of simply focusing on physical infrastructure, we consider the people using it too.

If you have a specific request, do not hesitate to contact one of our consultants!

Johan Diepens

‘Everyone is a mobilist; mobility is a basic need. I believe we should encourage people to be active, so a healthy lifestyle is part of our daily routine. Within the whole mobility system, we must remember that everyone has the right to come home!’

Founder & Director
+31 (0)6 333 056 39

Elizabeth Allingham

‘North American cities are building momentum to address mobility challenges. But there is so much left to do! I’m excited to support cities in Canada and the United States using practical and innovative ideas from the Netherlands to create local solutions.’

Director – North America
+1 (613) 216-2332

Bernhard Ensink

‘Sustainable mobility for all – that’s what matters for me. The base for this is the combination and integration of the sub-systems walking, cycling and public transport in one sustainable mobility system. This is crucial for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, especially for goal #11: Sustainable cities and communities. Happy to work on this with the Mobycon team and our clients.’

Strategic Advisor
+31 (0) 6 12 54 29 31

Mary Elbech

‘To me, the most important parameter when working with mobility is always the human experience.’

Integrated Mobility Consultant
+1 (704) 740-0614

Justin Goulding

‘Transportation systems should be designed to help create the places we want, rather than forcing places to respond to the transportation system we have.’

Integrated Mobility Consultant

Lennart Nout

‘The interplay of different modalities within cities intrigues me. I am always looking for the best solution for the city and its inhabitants, while playing close attention to bikes. In the Netherlands and abroad I give workshops on the development of cycling culture, strategic network planning, street design and intersection design.’

Manager of International Strategy
+31 (0)6 393 422 65

Angela van der Kloof

‘Planning, promotion and education for cycling are great tools that contribute to making places thrive, people participate and be healthy, as well as to the quality of the living environment.’

Strategic Advisor
+31 (0)6 333 056 28

Shelley Bontje

‘Shelley is passionate about making mobility easy and accessible for everyone, while always considering the many diverse aspects of sustainability, so advice is adapted to future trends and developments.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 587 004 44

Martijn van de Leur

‘I am fascinated by innovation and smart mobility solutions; from the development process with stakeholders to the end product for the user. I have years of experience with traffic and transport studies and work on bicycle and traffic safety, mobility management and mobility concepts.’

Commercial Director
+31 (0)6 333 056 51

Eric Post

I believe one of the most effective ways for us to reduce our impact on the environment is to transition to more environmentally sustainable forms of transportation. Building cities where walking and cycling are safe, easy, and enjoyable is a win for all community members and the planet.

Junior Integrated Mobility Consultant

Ryan Jacobson

‘As an urban designer, I am interested in how people move between the different arrangements of streets, buildings and open spaces. Every city and town presents a unique opportunity to improve connections between people and their destinations. My role is to unlock that potential by analyzing and illustrating the possibilities for each context.’

Senior Urban Designer/Planner
+31 (0)6 34 48 53 33

Melissa Bruntlett

‘I believe that to create cities that work for every one, you have to tell a great story. Promoting multi-modal transportation to a mainstream audience means sharing the stories of the people who benefit from making communities more walkable and bikeable, and showing what is possible if we rethink the way we design our streets and public spaces. I strive to inspire people to create places where children can flourish, and where the simple act of moving through their city is a safe, simple, and enjoyable act.’

International Communications Specialist
+31 (0)6 125 050 63

Wayne Gong

‘I am committed to providing transportation infrastructure that serves beyond its physical functionality. With the integration of streetscaping and placemaking, a street or a bike lane is part of the solution to creating harmonious and socially inclusive communities.’

Integrated Mobility Consultant
+1 (613) 686 1105

Sophie Simon

‘Having grown up in the country with the highest car-to-person ratio in the EU, I want to contribute in making cities less car-dependent. Focussing on more sustainable and efficient mobility solutions is a win-win situation for everyone.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0) 15 214 78 99


Robert Möhring

‘My goal is to use my knowledge and experience of public transportation and active mobility to develop sustainable mobility solutions that make municipalities and regions less dependent on the car. I want to translate our clients’ strategies and ambitions into practical measures, developing and realizing mobility solutions that take into account the specific requirements of our customers and contribute to a sustainable future.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)7 352 31 060

Mirjam de Bok

‘The influence of mobility on our society is enormous. I believe that people, rather than cars, should be the focus of attention when we are designing public space and mobility policies. That is why I strive to take an integrated approach to mobility issues while keeping the human factor in mind. In this way, we can achieve a society that is less dependent on the car.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (06) 12 58 55 82

Brett Petzer

The hard work and the resources dedicated to making claims for space in a city are a reflection of their true priorities. I want these claims to become more equitable, so that motorists must work as hard to retain parking space as cyclists and pedestrians have to work to gain safe space.

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)15 214 78 99

David Wansink

‘Getting the best out of people, that’s what I like best. So that they use all their qualities and a lot of fun to achieve the jointly set goal: making society less dependent on the car! ‘

Resource manager
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Otto Cazemier

‘I communicate tactical and practical strategies. Most of all, I am interested in traffic and transport processes where a variety of interests and stakeholders are involved. As a team player, I actively contribute to solutions and I am open to ideas from others.’

Senior Advisor
+31 (0)6 333 056 48

Eveline de Jong

‘I view mobility issues of infrastructure, parking and research from multiple perspectives. In a solution-orientated, analytical, creative way, I seek the best solution for all parties involved.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 43 18 00 67

Ronald Jorna

‘ICT makes the transport chain more intelligent, which contributes to more efficient and sustainable transportation. As a staunch advocate for smart travel, I investigate how ICT can increase the safety and comfort of cyclists. European cooperation and knowledge sharing are important to this work. The choice for a certain modality is a trade-off between time, cost, quality of life and health.’

Senior Advisor ICT and Freight Specialist
+31 (0)6 333 056 52

Peter Biczók

Mobility Advisor – Hungary
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Erik Wahle

‘Strong advice is accompanied by research. I conduct every survey in a manner tailored to that client. This is how I approach every inquiry. The results form the basis for useful and concrete advice.’

Senior Advisor and Research Team Leader
+31 (0)6 333 056 53

Alex Roedoe

‘I combine knowledge with a strategic, structured and practical view of traffic and transport. My expertise lies in spatial planning, traffic and transport structures, the design of public space and traffic management.’

Senior Advisor
+31 (0)6 333 056 57

Stephen Kurz

‘Though we are strongly influenced by our environment, effective urban design can help us make sustainable, healthy, and safe choices. Not because we’re more aware of our choices, but because we’re not. Good urban design makes the ‘right’ choice easy. To achieve this, I value non-traditional approaches to exploring and developing solutions to urban issues.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 122 924 10

Irene Janssens

‘Organisation and communication are my passions! Arranging conferences, seminars, business trips in the Netherlands or abroad is what I do best! The marketing and communication of Mobycon, with me, is in good hands.’

Management Assistant
+31 (0)6 333 056 44

Babet Hendriks

‘Research into the use and potential of the electric bikes for long distance journeys gives new insights into the possibilities of sustainable mobility. I am inspired by my surroundings and strive for the best results.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 287 067 22

Robin Kleine

‘In my work I support projects for passenger transport, chain mobility and research. My interest in the field of mobility is broad, meaning I can quickly understand and adapt to new topics.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 243 590 18

Eelco Bos

‘I enjoy the challenge of a complex mobility issue. During my education in Traffic and Cultural Geography I learned how to solve these issues with professional knowledge and an eye for the environment.’

Mobility Advisor
+31 (0)6 532 585 92

Giorgia Berrevoets

‘Good graphic design tells a story. It corresponds to the purpose and idea behind a product. In my work, I always seek the perfect mix of creativity and functionality. Great design speaks for itself.’

Graphic Designer
+31 (0)15 214 78 99

Naomi Leerentveld

‘Like a spider in the centre of a large web, I make sure everything runs smoothly. I support my colleagues where needed, make appointments and manage their agendas. I also work with personnel policy and take care of the company invoicing.’

+31 (0)15 214 78 99