MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition

13 Apr 2020 - 15 Apr 2020

MENA Transport Congress
View event site Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates Organiser: Cvent Organiser Website: Organiser phone: 8000 184 092 Organiser email: [email protected]

MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition is a biennial event held since 2007. The key players of public transport sector come together to discuss the challenges and developments. The UITP MENA Division aims to promote public transport throughout the region, to provide opportunities for members to share their experiences and to reinforce the voice and involvement of MENA on the development of public transport on a worldwide level. Our world-class event reinforces all of these aims by bringing together the best minds from public transport to discuss the sector.

The urban mobility landscape is undergoing a fundamental transformation with the emergence of three distinct game-changers: shared, autonomous and electric.

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is taking these transformations in its stride to provide testing grounds and lead innovation on many public transport fronts. With this backdrop in mind, UITP is pleased to announce the theme “Building the Future of Mobility” for the MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition 2020, jointly hosted by our regional partners Roads and Transport Authority Dubai (Dubai World Trade Centre, 13-15 April 2020).

The 2020 edition – officially announced during the UITP Global Public Transport Summit (Stockholm, 9-12 June) is also expected to host a growing number of exhibitors, and brand new sessions on the topics leading the discussion with our sector.

From autonomous mobility and harnessing technology to addressing informal transport, this is an exciting time for public transport in the MENA region as Mobility 4.0 is here!

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