Railway Paths

September 2016 Railway Paths welcomes four new Trustees

Railway Paths welcomes four new Trustees to the Railway Path Board this September. 

Xavier Brice

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Xavier Brice joined us as Sustrans new Chief Executive in June 2016, succeeding Malcolm Shepherd, who was with Sustrans for over 20 years. Xavier has a wealth of experience in public transport, working for the past ten years in a number of roles for Transport for London. This most recently involves leading the Fit for the Future Stations programme, the biggest change to London Underground for a generation. He also designed a new cycling strategy for London, which led to the introduction of the Cycle Superhighways and Cycle Hire Scheme. Passionately committed to sustainable transport Xavier is a lifelong cyclist and public-transport aficionado. He is a long-term Sustrans supporter with a garage full of bikes of various shapes and sizes.

 


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Lindsay Flood works within the cultural heritage sector in project management and has developed experience across a number of organisations including her current role as Head of Movement and Storage at the Imperial War Museums (IWM). Her experience includes working on a Heritage Lottery Funded project to renew galleries and services at IWM and other education projects at the Victoria Albert Museum and as a Council Member for the National Association of Gallery Education. Lindsay is keen to input into the work of RPL and increase the public use of disused railways for cycling and walking.

 


Paul Turner

ptPaul Turner is a Chartered Civil Engineer and consultant, specialising in the institutional and technical aspects of water supply and sanitation. Recent posts include Divisional Director of a global management, engineering and development consultancy. He has over 30 years’ experience of infrastructure management and has also held a number of senior positions in the UK water industry. He is a trustee of local, national and international not for profit organisations. He is a keen cyclist and has interests in industrial archaeology and classic car restoration.

 


Terry Levinthal

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Terry Levinthal is an Urban Design and Conservation Professional with over 20 years’ experience in directorial and managerial roles within the Charity, Environment and Conservation sector. He brings a broad knowledge of conservation and heritage to the Board, developed across his career and in his most recent role as Director of Conservation Services & Projects for the National Trust for Scotland. As former member of the Scottish Viaducts Committee, he has worked to ensure the sustainable future of historic structures and former rail routes, and is keen to continue this through the development of multi-purpose of pedestrian and cycling corridors. Terry has an interest in outdoor activities, including skiing, hill walking and occasional paddling.