Mass transit caught Covid, and it’s a long-hauler. Long the key to prosperity and upward mobility in cities, transit and its city operators are struggling to coax back clients and cover costs. What’s it going to take? An expert panel talks about how transit can shift gears and move forward.
Andrew Carter is the Chief Executive of Centre for Cities. Before that, he was the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Policy and Research. Andrew has over 20 years of experience working on urban economic policy issues for public and private development agencies, consultants and research institutes.
Vernon is responsible for Transport for London’s customer, communication, technology/data and city planning strategies and their delivery, which put customers at the heart of the organisation’s operations. He is active in supporting greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace.