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

TC Chew, Director, Global Rail Business, Arup

T C Chew is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK. He is also a fellow of a number of UK professional institutions. He has been involved with the railway and construction industries globally for over 40 years. In January 2017, TC joined Arup London as leader of the Global Rail Business. Prior to joining Arup, TC was President, Global Business & Operations for Samsung C&T Corporation based in Singapore. Between May 2009 to October 2015, he was the Projects Director with Hong Kong MTR Corporation, overseeing all railway projects in Hong Kong as well as the MTR overseas ventures. Previously, he was a Divisional President for Bombardier Transportation on the London Underground modernisation public-private partnership program. Up until 2003, he spent eight years with Singapore Land Transport Authority as their Senior Director for Projects and Engineering, overseeing all the Singapore railway and road projects. TC has had the privilege to work on the London Underground Jubilee Line Extension project. He graduated from Manchester University and holds a Bachelor and Master’s degree.

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Asia Pacific Rail 2020 - Day 1 @ 09:10

Rail Leader Interview

Back by popular demand, we kick off Asia-Pacific Rail 2020 with a series of interviews with C-Level rail operator leaders. Don’t miss these exclusive insights from some of the region’s most forward-thinking executives.

Asia Pacific Rail 2020 - Day 1 @ 09:50

Rail Leader Panel

Moving beyond mass transit to personalised transit
  • Why rail players must prioritise and speed up their digitalisation processes, and how they can do it
  • What are the long and short term digitalisation goals rail operators should be setting and where should they be investing to achieve them?
  • Multimodality: What does the future look like and what is rail’s role?
  • How to adapt existing service-provider business models through data-sharing and standardization to accommodate MaaS
  • Finding cost efficiencies through digitalisation
last published: 17/Mar/20 06:05 GMT

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