Mark Wild | Managing Director
London Underground

Mark Wild, Managing Director, London Underground

Mark Wild joined TfL in June 2016 from Australia where he was Special Advisor to the Minister and Secretary of The State Government of Victoria. Just before that he was Chief Executive of Public Transport Victoria, the integrated transport authority based in Melbourne serving a population of some six million people.

His near-30 year career in transport has included running the world's biggest tram network and large suburban railway and bus services. He has also successfully managed large capital and maintenance programmes, vastly improved customer satisfaction and implemented a complex new ticketing system.

He also formerly worked on a number of major projects in London, including the introduction of modern signalling on the Jubilee and Victoria lines.

Appearances:



World Metro Rail Congress Day 1 @ 09:05

Keynote CEO Interview

Mark joins us to discuss the future of the tube, the world’s oldest underground railway network. Looking at how TfL are using connectivity and data to help improve operations and reduce costs. Learn about London Undergrounds latest projects including the rollout of full mobile coverage on the 249-mile network, new state of the art signalling systems and their most recent innovation programme.

World Metro Rail Congress Day 1 @ 09:45

Keynote Panel: How can the rail industry fully embrace the digital revolution and bring us into the 21st century?

  • What will be the ultimate impact of IoT, artificial intelligence and sensor led technology on our business and our passengers?
  • Are future integrated transport networks still going to rely on systems that feed the metro, or more point-to-point solutions?
  • How will maintenance systems change and what will we need to do to integrate and effectively use all the data now becoming available?
  • The future for artificial intelligence in rail, how can it help keep trains moving, avoid delays and improve customer service?
  • Passenger expectations are rising – How do operators cater for the modern multimodal ‘always connected’ passenger?

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