Alok is the Managing Director of Trans-consult Asia, a boutique management consulting
firm, with offices in Hong Kong and India, specializing in Traffic and
Transport advisory services.
From June 2013 to December 2016, Alok was Deputy Operations Director of The
Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd. (KMB), and led the strategy and planning for
improving efficiency, instilling process management, and restructuring the network.
His portfolio also included all the ticketing and fare related aspects. He spearheaded
the R&D work on the implementation of new technology and SMART mobility.
Prior to KMB, he was Director of Trans-consult Asia Ltd., Hong Kong, and MVA
Asia Ltd., Hong Kong, and led the design and planning of many large-scale transport
infrastructure projects in South-Asian region.
Alok earlier worked for MTR Corporation / KCR Corporation, Hong Kong for 12
years. In his last position as General Manager-Marketing, he was heading the
Marketing Department, accountable for meeting revenue targets and developing
business strategies for pricing, ticketing, railway service planning, advertising,
promotion and passenger communications. He has also worked in the areas of
railway/metro project planning and management, operations planning, testing and
commissioning of new lines, revenue management, financial appraisals, and strategic
planning, and been part of many metro benchmarking studies as a part of his
involvement with UITP and COMET/NOVA.
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Alok played an active role in a number of other business organizations and worked in
many countries in a career spanning over 25 years. With several publications to his
credit including contribution to a book on best practices in railways operations and
management, he is a regular speaker on multi-modal integration, public transport
operations & management, SMART mobility, and clean vehicle technologies. He is
an Assistant Professor (part-time) at University of Hong Kong, and serves as a
Member in Transport Policy Committee of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and
Transport in Hong Kong.