8 - 10 NOVEMBER 2022
Benefit from the opportunities in the mobility industry in Mexico!
Héctor Manuel Bonilla Cuevas
Head of Division, Regulations Development and Communications Division, Mexican Institute of Transportation (Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, IMT). A civil engineer with a degree from Mexico’s Universidad Iberoamericana, and PhD studies from Madrid, Spain’s Universidad Politécnica and their Escuela Técnica Superior de Caminos, Canales y Puertos technical school, Mr. Bonilla Cuevas is responsible at the IMT for directing institutional strategies that enable publishing and communicating recommended regulations, manuals, and practices for transportation infrastructure of the Ministry of Transportation, including any updates to said material. He has been a member of a number of committees and subcommittees, as well as regulation work groups, including the National Regulation Consulting Committees for Ground Transportation, Maritime Transportation and Ports, Air Transportation, Public Security and Access for Persons with Disabilities, to create official Mexican norms and standards relating primarily to transportation infrastructure. Mr. Bonilla is a member of several associations, organizations, and professional societies, including the Asociación Mexicana de Ingeniería de Vías Terrestres, A.C., Sociedad Mexicana de Ingeniería Geotécnica, A.C. and the World Road Association. He served as part of the organizing committee for the XXIV World Road Congress, and was the event’s Relator General. He participates in editorial committees for several publications, including Vías Terrestres and Routes & Roads, that belong to AMIVTAC and the World Road Association, respectively. Hector Bonilla Cuevas is also Assistant to the President of the World Road Association.
Bernardo Baranda Sepúlveda
Bernardo Baranda Sepúlveda, MSc
Bernardo has developed his professional career advancing the improvement of urban accessibility, mainly through projects, publications, interviews, and events. In 2006, he joined the Institute for Transportation and Development Policies (ITDP), a nonprofit organization that advises governments on projects for a more efficient, sustainable and equitable mobility of people in cities, and he currently coordinates said organization’s offices in Mexico and Brazil. In addition to a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), he obtained an MSc in Transport Engineering from the IHE-TU in Delft, Netherlands, and another one in Management and Implementation of Development Projects from the University of Manchester, in the United Kingdom. He is a teacher of the Master’s degree program in Urbanism at UNAM and of the Master’s degree program in Urban Development at Centro University.
Salvador Fernández del Castillo F.
Holds degrees in Civil Engineering from UNAM, and in Senior Management from IPADE. Professional Director of Infrastructure and Construction Projects. General Director of construction companies with more than 500 construction projects. Consultant in the design and construction of important real estate developments. Certified as a professional expert in Project Management and expert in Urban Development.
Francisco Javier García Osorio
Francisco Javier García Osorio, Mobility and Transport Director, CONUEE. Holding an undergraduate and a graduate degree in mechanical engineering from the School of Engineering at Mexico’s Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mr. García Osorio further specialized in Germany in the field of mechatronics in the auto parts industry and holds diplomas in Alternative Energy from Italy’s IFOA, University of Bologna, and in management studies from Mexico City’s Universidad Iberoamericana. He served as researcher, consultant, and production planning engineer, and is a professor at the UNAM and at the Universidad Marista. He has over 20 years of experience in the field of efficient use of energy. As a Director for Energy Savings in Transportation, Management Director for Energy Supply and Demand, and currently as Mobility and Transport Director at the National Commission for Efficient Use of Energy (Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía, CONUEE), he has primarily carried out activities such as creating and operating programs and strategies for energy efficiency in transportation for both private companies as well as the government sector, in Mexico and abroad. He has also supported and offered training at vehicle transportation companies on different issues including technology, selection, and vehicle operation. Mr. García Osorio has also worked on promoting energy management systems and has published several specialized articles, books and papers on the topic.
Edgar Alonso Pineda Rangel
General Director, Consulting firm P&R Consultores
Civil Engineer with studies in Senior Management from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a Master's Degree in Territorial Planning and Environmental Management from the University of Barcelona. He has more than ten years of experience in the development of planning, feasibility and implementation studies of mobility and transportation projects, infrastructure works, and commercial, housing and mixed-use real estate projects. He is a specialist in developing models and methodologies to perform diagnostics, technical and operational evaluations to optimize and increase the added value of public and private projects. He has participated in studies for high impact projects such as: Line 1 of the Buenavista - Cuautitlán Suburban Railway, Line 5 of the CDMX Metrobus, Corredor Ecovía Lincoln - Ruiz Cortines in Monterrey, Par Vial Morones Prieto - Constitución in Nuevo Leon, among others. He has also acted as consultant and advisor to several regional and urban toll road concessionaires, including the Circuito Exterior Mexiquense, Autopista Urbana Norte, Viaducto Elevado Bicentenario, Autopista Querétaro - Irapuato, among others.
Nicolás Alberto Rosales Pallares
Bachelor’s degree in Law from Universidad La Salle. Partner at Corredor Insurgentes, S.A. de C.V., the first company operating Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in Mexico City. He is Institutional Liaison Coordinator at the Mexican Association of Transportation and Mobility, A.C. (AMTM), responsible for dealing with strategic partners, focusing on solving the various types of problems currently existing in Mexico’s urban areas. He has over 30 years’ experience in operating public mass transit. His main activities include conceiving and planning the program for the international transport convention, the most important annual event held by the AMTM.
Miriam Téllez Ballesteros
Researcher, UNAM – UACM.
Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, with a Master’s Degree in Transport Engineering. Experienced in Traffic Planning, Operations and Engineering, she has made proposals to solve Transit and Transport System problems in Mexico City and throughout the country and has also developed projects for the private sector. She has teaching experience at the Autonomous University of Mexico City (UACM) on the Urban Transport Systems Engineering undergraduate program and at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) on the Urban Planning Bachelor’s Degree program. She has trained public transport operators and implemented traffic light systems through a SEDESOL-UNAM agreement (SEDESOL is the Ministry of Social Development). Her main research areas are: energy and transport; sustainable urban mobility; citizen participation and gender-based participation; and transport modeling.