TC Chew | Director, Global Rail Business Leader
Arup | United Kingdom

TC Chew, Director, Global Rail Business Leader, Arup

As Arup’s Global Rail Leader, TC leads an international team of rail experts working on all kinds of rail transit systems, including high-speed, metros, light and heavy rail.
As an advisor to governments and delivery bodies responsible for major rail projects, TC’s focus is on helping clients to unlock the transformative potential of rail. Achieving this means taking a whole-life and ‘total system’ view of railways, understanding their potential within the wider transport and mobility landscape.
Prior to Arup, as the President of Global Business Operations, TC led Samsung C&T’s international business operation to become a trusted Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) company. During his time as Projects Director at MTR Corporation TC was responsible for all new railway projects in Hong Kong, including the West Island line, South Island (East) line, Kwun Tong line extension, Shatin to Central line, and high-speed rail projects. While at Bombardier Transportation in London as Head of Mass Transit in their systems division, TC oversaw major projects including the London Underground Victoria line upgrade.
TC is a chartered engineer and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering as well professional institutions in the UK, the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences and the Hong Kong Institute of Directors.

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Asia Pacific Rail 2022 Day 1 @ 09:20

Keynote Rail Leader Interviews

Asia Pacific Rail 2022 kicks off with a series of interviews with C-Level rail operator leaders followed by an interactive panel discussion. Don’t miss these exclusive insights from the region’s most forward-thinking executives. 

Asia Pacific Rail 2022 Day 1 @ 09:50

Keynote Rail Leader Panel - Future of rail: delivering a sustainable, reliable, and integrated transport services 

Asia Pacific Rail 2022 Day 1 @ 12:10

Decarbonising rail: Is net zero by 2050 achievable?

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