Martin Humphreys

The World Bank

Global Lead - Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration

Martin Humphreys is a Lead Transport Economist and the Global Lead for Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration, Maritime Transport and Logistics at the World Bank. He has been working in the transport sector for nearly 30 years in a number of different countries/regions, including inter alia, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Eastern Europe, Russia, South Asia, Central Asia, East Asia, the South Caucasus, the Baltic States, and the Western Balkan countries, and Eastern and Southern Africa. His experience covers roads, railways, inland waterways and maritime ports, public private partnerships, and trade and transport facilitation, in post-conflict, fragile, and low and middle income countries. Martin has a first degree in Economics, and a Master’s Degree and Ph.D in Transport Economics.

Sessions With Martin Humphreys

Wednesday, 18 May

  • 11:30am - 12:00pm (PST) / 18/may/2022 06:30 pm - 18/may/2022 07:00 pm

    #ClosetheGaps: a global roadmap to raise port competitiveness

    To wrap up the conference, IAPH Managing Director Patrick Verhoeven and World Bank Global Lead - Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration expert Martin Humphreys will examine the next steps by all stakeholders to #CloseTheGaps in port infrastructure, following the input of 85 senior port and maritime professionals from 35 countries who participated in this exercise to set the global port agenda.