As part of our efforts to improve Passenger Experience, we want to empower staff to offer a service that modern consumers want to use. Under the brand Transporting People, we help operators to work with their own staff to develop new services, making the most of opportunities created by new tech and mobility services.
Don’t forget that there are already some great people working in transport!
We’ve met loads of transport professionals keen to offer a great service. So, we interviewed some of them to find out what they have to say about how they’ve developed their skills and experiences.
We’re always on the lookout for people with new and interesting things to say so get in touch if you’d like to contribute!
Sadly we can’t arrange video interviews with all the interesting people in transport, so we’ve emailed a few instead. These are posted here.
We spoke to Deb Carson about what High Speed Rail Industry Leaders are doing to encourage Culture Change in rail and provide opportunities for future rail professionals.
We caught up with Orso Porta before he flew to The Gold Coast to work on the 2018 Commonwealth Games. He told us about the challenges he expects and his advice for young people.
At the Global AirRail Alliance 2017 conference in Brussels, Laverne Dimitrov of the Development Bank of Southern Africa told us about how her knowledge of rail and public transport projects had grown through her work in sub-Saharan Africa.
Henry James, Creative Director at Future Product, discussed his diverse work projects and his excitement at taking on new challenges with each project
John Downer, of High Speed Rail Industry Leaders and Jacobs, discussed the international opportunities available for people in transport.
The Rail Alliance’s Marcus Mayers talks about how rail travel will change in future with more integrated journeys. This provides opportunities for young people to develop new tech tools and solutions to bring journeys together.
Business Change Manager and Young Rail Professional Christos Mexias advises new professionals to seek out their own opportunities to gain a wider overview of the industry.