Environmental science student Meg Hopkins has joined Evoke Transport Planning.
Meg, currently in her final year at University of Reading, will be working with the Evoke team, based at The White Building in Reading, for two days a week while she completes her studies.
She had previously completed a 12-month internship with the team.
In her studies, Meg is working on a dissertation called How ready is the UK for electric vehicles?, exploring public attitudes towards making the switch, considering professional opinion on levels of charging provision and reporting the potential influence both may have on achieving the ‘Road to Zero’ targets.
Evoke managing director Richard Stacey, said: “We are excited to have Meg on board. She was an impressive and integral part of our team previously and is a hardworking, knowledgeable employee.
“Her high level of understanding and her fresh approach to transport planning combined with her keen attitude makes her an ideal fit with Evoke.
“Meg’s appointment also maintains our close links with the university. As an alumni, this is something I am keen to develop further over the forthcoming years.”
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