Vinay Mudholkar | President
Princeton Technology

Vinay Mudholkar, President, Princeton Technology

Vinay V. Mudholkar; MS, MBA     
Transportation Consultant to US and International
Rail & Transit Developments and Program Management
•    Summary: Relevant Professional Rail Program Management Experience in Design, Construction, Project Financing, Operation and Maintenance:
Successful delivery of High Speed Rail Passenger, Transit and freight programs in US and Abroad: Program Values over $ 20 Billion, Managed funding from: State and Federal DOTs, Private RRs and Shippers and International funding agencies and banks

•    Professional Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, American Railway Engineering and Maintenance Association, Fellow Permanent Way Institute, UK. 
•    US High Speed Rail Studies and Programs:
•    Florida HS Rail Program delivery Phase 1: Miami to W Palm, under construction
Florida and Texas: Capital and Operation & Maintenance cost studies for HS Rail
New York- Washington very high speed feasibility study for Japan Bank
•    Previously held positions and Major accomplishments:
•    Sr. Vice President, Infrastructure, All Aboard Florida, Miami, Fla. 2013-2016
•     Tech Vice-President, L. Berger International, New Jersey, US, London, UK. 2006-2013: North South Saudi HS Rail Project for freight and passenger transportation: $ 6.0 Billion  

•    Director: Program Management, Amtrak, New York, US
2004-2006 Eastside Access Project, New York $ 3 Billion 
Keystone Corridor Improvement Program: Philadelphia-Harrisburg 250 million

2000-2004 West Coast Maine Line Speed Upgrade: $ 10 Billion 

    Engineering Manager: Bechtel Company, San Francisco, US
    1996-2000 Project values: 3 Billion
•    Deputy Director, Commuter Rail, MBTA, Boston, Massachusetts, US
1995-1996 Major capital Rail line programs $ 800 million

Chief Engineer: 
Rehabilitation of Boston and Maine RR and Maine Central Railroad in New England


VIP Conference Day 1 @ 09:00

Opportunities, trends and globalisation - How the railways transformed the world

  •     The rail vision 2050 – what it takes to plan and deliver long-term 
  •     Industrialisation, opportunity, demand and capacity development
  •     The influence of technology – changing how we travel, live and play  
  •     Collaboration and partnerships: promoting fast, diversified and economic growth
  •     Integrated transport, new mobility, and the necessary capital expenditure 
  •     Africa’s outlook and position globally  

back to speakers


Get Involved





Athena Maharaj
+27 (0)11 516 4075





Siphiwe Ndaba  
+27 (0)11 516 4061





Pearl Marsh
+27 (0)11 516 4957