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Yves AMSLER (E 1968 ICiv)
Currently Consultant (Y AMSLER CONSEIL)
Yves Amsler is a Civil Engineer from the French “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne” (1968-1971). He has a post-graduate diploma (DEA) in Applied Mathematics from “Pierre and Marie Curie Institute - Paris VI University” (1972).
He has been employed by RATP, the main collective transport operator in the Paris area (“Ile-de-France Region”) from 1972 to 2009, with various executive positions within RATP and its subsidiaries (SOFRETU, LSTS (SYSTRA US), and SYSTRA) in France and mainly abroad. He has been involved in more than fifty cities’ or regions’ projects for a wide range of clients world-wide (local authorities, ministries, private sector, World Bank, BID, European Commission, CODATU…), e.g. in Teheran, Athens, Istanbul, Cairo, Marseilles, Tunis/Sousse/Sfax, Algiers, Rio de Janeiro, Abuja, Bogota, Mexico City DF & Estado, Monterrey, Buenos Aires, New York/New Jersey, Pittsburgh, Djakarta, Kaohsiung, Guangzhou, Reunion Island, Esfahan, Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Chongqing, Lisbon, Bordeaux, Johannesburg, Brussels, Dakar, Cali…
From 2001 to 2009, he has been RATP Delegate in Brussels, seconded to UITP, the International association of Public Transport ( as an advisor to the Secretary General and as an expert of the European Department. Since February 2010, he is independent consultant and a UITP Senior Advisor.
Yves Amsler has fifty years of experience worldwide in urban, suburban and regional collective transport and public transport integration, his expertise covering:
• transportation planning;
• public transport systems design (metro, tram and light rail, suburban and regional rail, bus, shared taxis…) and relevant economic studies;
• public transport governance and financing, including PPPs;
• Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) & rail legislation & ITS and rail standardisation (especially in EU);
• EU Research and Innovation projects…

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