Transport Specialist


Dibyendu Sengupta is an Independent Transport Consultant with a background in Infrastructure, Civil Engineering and Planning. Dibyendu has over 18 years of experience in across various segments of the transport domain, conceiving and leading multiple highway, roads and sustainable urban transport projects to successful completion, including road safety, pedestrian and bicyclists accommodation, roundabout design, public transport, transit-oriented development, and traffic calming. Currently, Dibyendu is part of two ADB projects focussing on capacity building and climate change adaptation in transport in East and Central Asia. Apart from that, he has been the Road Safety Auditor of several highway projects at design and pre-COD stage on national highways in India as part of the NHDP Phase IV.
In the past, he led the Transport vertical of the European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC), New Delhi, India, where he delivered consultancy assignments to EU-based companies and researchers, focusing on sustainable and energy-efficient transport solutions and technologies. He also advised clients on their market entry strategy and positioning in the Indian transport/logistics market. His areas of focus included Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), alternate vehicle technologies like Electric and Hybrid Vehicles and logistics.
He has also spent more than a decade working in several consultancies in the US, focussing on corridor and impact studies, traffic engineering, road safety engineering, intersection design, work zone traffic control and long-range planning for public and private sector clients and developers including Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Virginia Department of Transportation and Maryland State Highway Administration. Apart from that he completed several feasibility studies and corridor improvement projects in the mid-Atlantic region of the US.





Dibyendu currently works on transport, highways and road safety projects

Specialties: Transport/Infrastructure engineering and planning, traffic operations, road safety, pedestrian/bicyclists, sustainable transport, climate resilience, intelligent transport systems (ITS), traffic modelling, energy efficiency, comprehensive planning, intersection design and improvements, signing and marking, and market research.