Justin Runji is a Senior Transport Specialist at the World Bank, currently task-managing transport sector operations in South Asia. He previously worked on similar assignments in Sub-Saharan Africa focusing primarily on road infrastructure development and transport sector (road, rail, and aviation) policy reforms. Between 2012 and 2014, he doubled as the regional coordinator for Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP) during which he authored SSATP Working paper on Africa transport policy performance review, and co-authored a Framework for road safety management in Africa. His over 35 years of experience spans responsibilities as a practicing civil engineer in East Africa and Southern Africa as well as managing a newly corporatized road agency, the Namibian Road Authority between 2001 and 2005, as its first Chief Executive. He holds a BSc. in civil engineering, University of Nairobi, and an MSc. in Highway Engineering, University of Birmingham. Justin has a keen interest in supporting transport sector institutions to effectively deliver efficient, clean, resilient, and safe transport systems.