Mike Brown MVO, Commissioner, Transport for London
Mike was appointed Commissioner in September 2015 overseeing the largest integrated Transport Authority in the world. He joined London Underground (LU) in 1989 and became chief operating officer in 2003.
He left London Underground to run Heathrow Airport during a massive transformation and passenger improvement programme.
Mike returned to London Underground as managing director and was responsible for operating services with more than one billion journeys every year and for leading the largest line upgrade and investment programme the Underground has ever seen. He improved the reliability of the Tube network across all lines and led the successful delivery of the services to support the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012.
He was also responsible for the operation of Docklands Light Railway, the Trams and London Overground as well as the Emirates Airline Cable Car.
Now, as London’s Transport Commissioner, Mike is ultimately responsible for a multi-million pound investment programme and the delivery of transport services across London, with some 13 million passenger journeys every day.View all Advisors>