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Leading UK transportation consultant joins PB's Washington office

Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) has announced that Paul Neal has been named as a principal consultant in the company’s Washington, DC office. In his new position, Neal will be responsible for providing strategic advice to PB’s transportation clients in airport, rail, transit and highways infrastructure and operations project planning. A leading figure in the UK transportation industry, he has almost 30 years of experience as a strategy, operations and planning expert, whose career has included senior roles in new start-up transportation and infrastructure ventures in the private and public sectors, as well as international strategic management consulting experience.

Neal comes to PB after serving as head of surface transport for the London Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), where he was responsible for planning and delivering all aspects of surface transportation, including infrastructure and operational delivery, for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Prior to his work with the ODA, he was a management consultant carrying out strategic transportation-related assignments with a global management consulting firm with engagements in the USA, Europe and Australia for both the private and public sectors, with a particular emphasis on airport access schemes and transportation planning for special events.

Earlier in his career, Neal was the customer service and operations director for Heathrow Express airport rail link; operations director for Manchester MetroLink, a private company created to operate and maintain the new light rail system in the city; general operations manager for the Tyne and Wear Metro and Ferry, the public sector transport operator in Newcastle upon Tyne; and operations manager for Docklands Light Railway during the design, build and start-up phase of the new, automated railway in London. He holds a degree in geography from the University of Birmingham in the UK. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics and a director and board member of the International Air Rail Organization.

 

March 10, 2011

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