Chong Kheng Chua | Deputy Chief Executive (Infrastructure & Development)
Land Transport Authority, Singapore | Singapore

Chong Kheng Chua, Deputy Chief Executive (Infrastructure & Development), Land Transport Authority, Singapore

Mr Chua Chong Kheng is the Deputy Chief Executive (Infrastructure & Development) of LTA.  He oversees the implementation of all road and rail infrastructure projects as well as traffic and road operations management.  In addition, Mr Chua is also responsible for the overall procurement, safety, programme and budget management of all works undertaken by LTA and is the Dean of the Singapore Rail Academy.  He has over 30 years of experience in urban land transport infrastructure development and management in Singapore.  Mr Chua completed his Bachelor in Electrical Engineering (First Class Hons) degree at Nanyang Technological Institute.  He then went on to obtain his Masters of Philosophy degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK as well as the Masters of Science degree in Management of Technology from the National University of Singapore.  He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering Technology (UK), Institution of Engineers (Singapore) and also the Academy of Engineering Singapore as well as an Honorary Fellow of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations.  He was conferred the Republic of Singapore Public Administration (Gold) medal in 2015 and the Public Service Star Medal in 2016.


Day One @ 11:50

Singapore's urban mobility revolution

  •     What is the vision for Singapore’s rail network?
  •     Innovations and benchmarking best practices implemented on upcoming MRT projects
  •     Charting new territory with AVs providing first and last mile connectivity  

Day Two @ 09:30

Keynote Panel: Towards long-term sustainability of railway operations

  •     How can modern metros ensure financial sustainability and sufficient funds for asset upgrade and renewal?
  •     As labour costs increase, how can rail operators offset rising costs with revenue growth and increased productivity?
  •     How can rail authorities and operators work more closely together in ensuring long-term financial and quality sustainability?
  •     Building ‘liveable’ communities: Building railways that connect with and complement the urban development of a city 

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