Lead Transport Specialist, World Bank
Gerald Ollivier is the Lead Transport Specialist for the World Bank in India. He focuses on developing solutions to enhance urban mobility, unlock markets for electric mobility, achieve sustainable economic integration through multimodal transport, and achieve safer transport to better serve the needs of India. Prior to India,
he was Cluster Leader in the Singapore World Bank Hub and led the World Bank Community of Practice on Transit Oriented Development. From 2010 to June 2018, he supported the development of metro lines and high-speed rail lines in China, as team leader for several World Bank projects. He led the preparation of the
Tianjin Urban Transport Improvement Project and the first three years of its implementation. From 1995 to 2010, he focused on World Bank trade and transport projects in Europe and Central Asia. He is a civil engineer and a chartered financial analyst.