Tayo Oyetan joins PA Consulting as partner in transport practice

24 March 2022 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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PA Consulting has appointed a new partner in its transport wing. Tayo Oyetan said that his new employer’s track record, brand presence and growth ambition “translate into an exciting period for the company.”

Oyetan added, “I am absolutely thrilled to join PA and look forward to working with colleagues to bring ingenuity to life and deliver value for our clients within the transport sector.”

PA Consulting’s transport experts work with governments, regulators, transport operators and infrastructure providers to devise strategies and harness new technologies to plan for the future of travel. As the UK Government looks to build a net zero transport system for the country by 2050, PA has already been involved in the process.

Tayo Oyetan joins PA Consulting as partner in transport practice

Last year, for example, PA teamed up with the Royal College of Art to design a charging point for The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles, aiming to accelerate the adoption of zero-emission road transport. Recently, PA also supported Network Rail to launch an Accelerating Innovation programme, allowing for ideas to be deployed on the front line faster.

Bringing two decades of experience to the firm, Oyetan joins PA as a partner in the transport practice. Building on the firm’s previous projects in the space, he will now focus on the operating model capability and providing strategic advice to help clients on their journey to decarbonisation.

David Oliver, Global Head of Transport at PA Consulting, noted, “We are pleased to welcome Tayo to the transport team. His experience will help our clients unlock value and enable them to capitalise on opportunities as they tackle challenges across the sector. Tayo’s arrival is part of an exciting period of growth for the Transport practice as we continue to deliver market-leading work across the sector.”

Oyetan joins PA from Moorhouse Consulting, where he led the advisory firm’s transport sector practice and the capital projects capability. Prior to this, he also spent seven years with Big Four firm PwC – latterly as Senior Manager in capital projects and infrastructure – and Costain, where he worked on high-profile projects across aviation, road and rail.