Eng. Saad Ahmed Al Muhannadi, Chief Executive Office of Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Qatar in 1997 and an MBA from the University of Qatar in 2009.
He comes to QRail with a distinct practical experience through the leading and vital responsibilities that he had been carrying on for more than fifteen years of practical experience in the areas of electricity and water through his contributions in many major committees in the Ministry of Electricity & Water in Qatar, and “KAHRAMAA".
Some of his most important work is the planning and management of projects worth billions of riyals in the field of power generation and transmission of electric power such as the “Ras Bu Fintas 2”, Mesaieed, and “Ras Qirtas” power plants, as well as electricity projects’ expansion, phase IX, X and various infrastructure projects and other important projects in the water distribution network.
“Smart Policies” to achieve strategic vision for “Smart Integrated Modern Mobility system” for a sustainable future- Ministry of Transport, Qatar
Ministry of Transport will form “Smart Policies” to achieve “Smart integrated Modern Mobility System” and ensure operators and local authorities work in partnership.
Modern unified concept of integrated public transport should grow in tandem with infrastructure & population growth.. Qatar’s growing population and economy requires reinforced transportation system and an integrated multimodal modern transportation system that will stimulate trade & sustained economy and enhance quality of life. Billions in investments to infrastructure are being made by many countries to combat rising urban population. Care & attention is required to include planning transportation network & effective system.
Ministry of Transport Qatar derives its function to provide rail & bus transportation with policies & regulations in place to cater to demand and challenges foreseen in the future years for sustained growth & deployment to achieve highest level of community service