Mark Streeting is a Partner in L.E.K. Consulting’s Sydney office. As part of L.E.K’s Transport and Travel practice, Mark regularly advises major private and public sector clients across Australia, New Zealand, North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia on all forms of passenger and freight transport.
Mark’s fields of expertise include strategy and policy development; demand analysis and forecasting; financial and economic appraisal; regulatory reform and procurement; pricing strategies and development; strategic marketing and communications; and transport innovation, business and operating model transformation, and implementation.
Mark is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading thinkers on surface transport, aviation and transport economics. He offers clients close to 30 years’ experience in this area, having previously worked with the Bureau of Transport Economics, the Commonwealth Department of Transport, the London Underground, Travers Morgan, Booz Allen Hamilton and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Mark is a member of the New Zealand government’s Future Technology Leadership Group. Mark is also a highly experienced nonexecutive director with current board roles with the International Public Transport Association Australia New Zealand (UITPANZ) and the Australian Melanoma Research Foundation, and previously the Special Olympics Australia.
Mark’s published thought leadership includes L.E.K.’s Executive Insights “Mobility-as-a-Service: The Next Transport Disruption” and “Contactless Payments and Open-Loop Ticketing.”
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Economics, Australian National University
Graduate: Graduate Diploma in Public Economic Policy, Australian National University; Master of Business Administration, Queensland University of Technology