2019 International Expert Speakers

More speakers are being added every day so check back regularly to see what industry leaders you will be hearing from at this year’s conference.


Daniel Firth

Executive Director

Metro Vancouver Mobility Pricing Independent Commission

Barbara Rhode

Executive Director


Pádraig Kenny

Head of Road Pricing Consulting


Mahrokh Aref

Vice President Business Developement


Mark Frequin

Director-General for Mobility

Ministry of Infrastructure and Watermanagement, The Netherlands

Heimo Haub

Head of Sales, Marketing and Business Development


Steve Morello

Senior Partner

D’Artagnan Consulting

Andrzej Maciejewski MBA

Program Manager

New Electronic Tolling System in Poland

David Schoenmaekers

ITS responsible

Belgian Ministry for Transport

Inge Mayeres

Senior Researcher

Transport & Mobility Leuven

Tone Hardeland

Assistant Director General

Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications

Marian Willberg

Manager Demand Management and Revenue

Ministry of Transport New Zealand

Johan Schoups



Zoltán Varga


Toll Service PLC

Laurianne Krid

Director General

FIA Region

Péter Szatmári

Policy Officer

European Commission

Dr Lucy Mahoney

Principle Strategy Planner - Road Safety


Dr Peter Tschulik

Business Unit Director ITS

Norbit ITS AS

Dr Elly Sinaga MSC. DIC.

Former Director General & Senior Lecturer

Former Greater Jakarta Transport Authority at the Ministry of Transport and Trisakti Institute of Transportation and Technology

Eddy Liégeois

Head Of The Road Transport Unit

European Commission

Christophe Nicodème

Director General

European Union Road Federation

Desiree Schaap

Senior Policy Advisor

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment

Bart Dewandeleer

Vice President


The Road User Charging Conference Europe 2019 takes place on the 6th & 7th March 2019 at the Radisson Blu, Brussels. You can register your interest now.

If you are interested in speaking, please contact Belinda Wong via belinda.wong@akabomedia.co.uk or on +44 (0)20 7953 3013.