Transport + Location Intelligence
Join our team
Planning to return or relocate to New Zealand?
We’d love to hear from you! We’re currently looking for experienced transportation professionals to join our team.
Abley is accredited for the Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) scheme, plus we offer financial relocation support and a fantastic range of benefits.
Everything we do is to bring clarity
From saving lives on our roads to unleashing the power of data, we empower people to make better decisions for our communities and future generations.
We offer insightful solutions and empowering advice to governments, local councils, land developers, businesses and other organisations.
Together we can solve your transport challenges, unlock insights in your data, and use technology to empower smarter decisions.
Who we work with
Abley have a strong technical base in transportation and geospatial intelligence. They have a strategic perspective because they have a genuine interest in the New Zealand transport infrastructure and they’re technically very competent.”
Rosie Mercer, General Manager of Sustainability, Ports of Auckland
Featured case study
Measuring supply chain carbon emissions and providing GIS support for Ports of Auckland
CarbonWise commuting emissions tool makes it easy for you to measure your employees’ emissions and make them more aware of their travel impact.
Designed and built by Abley’s team of travel planners and software specialists, CarbonWise helps you plan initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from commuting and encourage staff to use more sustainable travel options.
Technical Director, Transportation Planning
Dave is Abley’s technical leader in resource management, transport strategy, business case development and transportation modelling.
The focus of much of Dave’s work is on undertaking technical analysis and reporting wherein his work is invariably completed to a high standard to meet rigorous peer review requirements. He loves the challenge of solving difficult problems and recognises that often the best way to move forward is to engage and have an honest conversation.