Steve Curtis

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Steve Curtis

Steve uses his prior experience, coupled with analytical and modelling skills to determine the best solution to a wide range of challenges, including maximising timetable revenue and minimising overcrowding. Steve has worked on numerous franchises, both bidder side and for the Department for Transport.

Key skills and attributes include:

  • Strong analytical and modelling skills, with the ability to succinctly and effectively communicate outputs
  • Extensive franchise bid experience, covering model building, plan writing and DfT assessment
  • Modelling and evaluation of on-train crowding, through use of industry tools or development of bespoke models
  • Timetable specification and development
  • Experienced user of MOIRA and MOIRA2
  • Sound understanding of principles behind demand and revenue forecasting and the use of PDFH

Our People

Founding Partner of Winder Phillips Associates. Keith is a senior operations professional with proven ability to manage complex and diverse operations to tight timescales.
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Founding Partner of Winder Phillips Associates. Richard is a senior operations professional with proven ability to manage complex and diverse operations to tight timescales.
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Phil is an experienced rail operations professional with a proven background in both front line management and the provision of senior consultancy support across a broad industry front.
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Matt is an experienced consultant who has provided analytical advice across a wide range of areas in the rail industry, including performance analysis, revenue analysis, operational modelling and train planning.
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Nigel is a Professional Rail Operations and Safety Manager with extensive UK and international rail and mass transit experience and a systematic approach to operations, safety and rail systems projects.
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Steve is an experienced rail professional with a detailed understanding of the commercial and operational interdependencies faced by the railway.
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