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Ronnie is the Head of Operating – South Region of Hong Kong MTR. He is the overall in-charge of the safe and effective operation of the 5 railway lines viz. Kwun Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Island Line, Tseung Kwan O Line and the South Island Line (East). On top of that, Ronnie is keep providing a visionary role for railway operations in terms of operations strategy, project liaisons and staff development. Ronnie has 37 years of experience in railway station and traffic control, delivering excellent customer services and solutions on railway incidents. He has actively involved in numerous major railway projects both locally and overseas including the successful migration of all operations control centers to Tsing Yi in 2001; the opening of new railway extension e.g. Kwun Tong Line extension in 2016; and involved in the consultancy works in China, Singapore and UK. Meanwhile, he’s the Operating champion in the new signalling, the CBTC replacement project, of Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line, Island Line and Tseung Kwan O Line. Ronnie is holding the Chartered membership of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, and member of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (Hong Kong Section).

Sessions

  • June 11: Improving energy efficiency

    MTR green initiatives towards sustainability

    In the course of constructing, operating and maintaining the railway network, MTR Corporation Limited (MTR) takes the environmental impacts seriously to ensure the contribute to long-term low carbon and resilient mobility and green infrastructure that support sustainable development. MTR also continues to invest in smart technologies and innovation on emission reduction. Target of MTR is to achieve a 21% reduction from 2008 levels by 2020 in the amount of electricity used for each passenger kilometre in the heavy rail network. By the end of 2017, MTR had achieved a reduction of 15.1%.
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