Smart and Healthy Transport in cities
4 - 5 April 2017

4th International conference

For the 4th conference we have selected topics that are hotly debated not only in connection with public transportation, but the transportation system as a whole. We believe that the conference will bring a lot of new ideas to participants, and discussions with interesting  guests will provide inspiration for solutions to your projects and tasks or merely offer a new perspective on standard processes.

Register before 15 December to get a 25% discount.

As a new feature, the 4th conference will include a panel discussion, where conference speakers and other interesting guests will look at the crucial topic of Mobility as a Service.

Today, public transportation marketing is an essential part of sustainable mobility – and it will not be missing from this year’s programme. Marketing presentations are among the most popular talks at each year’s conference, and this year you can look forward to interesting presentations in this field.

The challenge of meeting the high standards of the conference is large, but we believe that this year we can raise the bar a little bit higher.

Confirmed speakers include Rasmus Lindholm (ERTICO – ITS Europe), French politician and former Minister of Culture Catherine Trautmann (Strasbourg), Patrick van Egmond (LuxMobility), Todd Litman (Victoria Transport Policy Institute), Professor Udo J. Becker (TU Dresden) and other interesting guests.

The conference is organised in conjunction with UITP, AustriTech and ITS Nationals, and we are confident that the experience and contacts these partners have will contribute to the further improvement of the quality of our conference.

 

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Conference 2015 in numbers

more than
300

PARTICIPANTS

reperesented
15

STATES

inluded Canada and Puerto Rico

were
19

PRESENTATIONS

14 of them from foreign participants

Conference 2013 in numbers

more than
300

PARTICIPANTS

represented
10

STATES

including USA and Canada

were
24

PRESENTATIONS

13 of them from foreign participants

Conference 2011 in numbers

more than
280

PARTICIPANTS

represented
9

STATES

from Europe and New Zealand

were
23

PRESENTATIONS

13 of them from foreign participants