Zeina Nazer


Zeina is co-Founder of Cities Forum, External Expert for UK Department for Transport and Chair of ITS-UK Road User Charging Forum. Zeina has over 25 years of global experience in strategy, consulting and innovation at KPMG, Parsons, Jacobs and AECOM in the Middle East, Europe, S.E. Asia and USA.

A leading advisor for governments and a major global player in Road User Charging, Smart & Sustainable Cities, Connected Autonomous Vehicles, Road Safety standards, and Intelligent Mobility, Zeina specializes in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Growth Strategy and Policy.

After seven years working in the USA, Zeina moved to London in 2005 to support international projects including leading international consultancy work with Arcadis for M25 Integral Demand Management. Zeina also provided support to financial design of the New Zealand Toll project with Deloitte, supported Strategy&PWC in the Project Management Office (PMO) for Abu Dhabi ITC and supported Dubai RTA in shaping the future of transport in public transport and autonomous vehicles.

Zeina led Research project for CCAV at Department for Transport on assessing safety of CAV on UK public roads. Zeina is Jury Member for EISMEA established by European Commission.

Jury member of GLOMO Award in innovation at MWC. Jury member of CiTTi Awards  in UK.

Zeina was chair of the ISO Technical Working Group TC204 and served as Director on the Board of Women in Transport International.

Zeina is a member of Close the Data Gap at University of Southampton for creating an equitable future in transport data and committee member of Equality Diversity Inclusion committee.

Zeina holds BSc. of Civil Engineering from American University of Beirut, MSc. in Transport Engineering from University of Texas at Austin, Master of Business Administration from University of Chicago and currently pursuing her Postgraduate Studies in Smart Cites at University of Southampton.

Zeina is a registered Professional Engineer in USA.

My Sessions at Traffex

Thursday 23 May 2024


Panel: How do We Pay for Our Roads Going Forward... Is Mobility Pricing the Answer?

14:00 - 14:40 Funding & Investment
  • There is an emerging belief that mobility pricing will be implemented.
  • However, since it's not for road operators to decide how government raises revenue, it's the responsibility of the industry to make the case for the right interventions.
  • What are these, and what are the technical, political and practical barriers to implementation?
  • Insight from schemes in place across Europe, USA and New Zealand.