Pierre Pozzo di Borgo has over 18 years of experience in the analysis and management of transport projects. Since 2003, he has participated and led the World Bank's support of public private partnerships (PPP), mainly in the rail, road and airport sectors. He has assisted in the development of second-generation rail concession contracts. Previously, he worked for Booz Allen Hamilton and Louis Berger International. He holds an MBA from Maryland University, College Park, and a MA from the Sorbonne University of Paris.
When it comes to transport capacity, cost per kilometer, longevity and safety, railways are preferable to roads. However, concessions have not promoted private investment as much as expected and have […]Continue Reading