Mohamed Mezghani




I have been working for almost 25 years in urban transport and mobility related fields. Since March 2006, I have been working as a free-lance consultant and adviser to the International Association of Public Transport (UITP).
Until then, I have worked at UITP as Senior Manager (1999-2001) and Director Knowledge and Membership Services (2001-2006) chairing the department developing knowledge-related services for UITP members:
professional training, research projects, thematic studies, technical advice, conferences, networking activities, information centre, etc.

Before joining UITP, I have been working as consultant in the French Consulting Group, BCEOM, (from 1990 to 1999) more particularly in the urban mobility field. I have managed and carried out projects including policy definition, technical assistance and research activities in several countries in Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and Arab countries.

During my collaboration with the French Agency for Environment and Energy Management, ADEME, (from 1988-1990), I was in charge of actions aiming at identifying and evaluating transport energy efficiency projects likely to be financed by the Agency in France.

I have been graduated in Industrial Engineering (1987) from Tunis National Engineering School (ENIT) and have a Master degree in Transport (1988) from the French National Highways School (ENPC).

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