Scott Wilson has 17 years’ experience in advising on regulatory, policy, governance and strategic matters in the transport sector, particularly in relation to road pricing, tolling and highway funding frameworks. He has had experience with clients in the UK, Ireland, Europe, USA, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and Hong Kong. In particular he has experience in providing advice on road pricing and tolling studies from the high level strategic assessment of objectives and options, through to the detailed planning of policy, business rules, institutional design, business case development and implementation advice. He previously worked with Booz Allen Hamilton/Booz & Co and LeighFisher.
He joined D’Artagnan in 2015 to manage the Australasian practice. Since joining, he has worked on projects for state and federal government entities in Australia including the Department for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Infrastructure Australia and Main Roads Western Australia. He has also been advising the New Zealand Ministry of Transport on urban congestion pricing. Previously with Booz & Co, he has advised the European Commission extensively on economic policy and regulation such as the application of regulations to heavy vehicle tolling systems in three EU Member States and policy on private vehicle vignettes. He advised on the functional design and business case for a proposed congestion charging scheme in greater Manchester, including development of options, business rule development and pricing policy. He has also provided advice in the air, rail and space sectors, and previously represented the New Zealand Government internationally on telecommunications, broadcasting and postal policy regulatory matters.