Building the Future of Mobility at MENA2020: Call for Contributions now open

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

And next year you can be part of that visionary change by contributing toward the MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition 2020.

The MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition is the premiere and most attended public transport event held in the region since 2007, in partnership between UITP and Roads and Transport Authority Dubai (RTA).

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is taking the latest transformations in its stride to provide testing grounds and lead innovation on many public transport fronts.

While cities around the world are expanding, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is leading efforts to provide testing grounds and to stimulate the culture of innovation in public transport. 

With the backdrop of this transformation our theme for 2020 edition will be “Building the Future of Mobility” was announced in July. 

The event aims to highlight the growing trends, developments, projects and successes in the Middle East and North Africa region by bringing together the leading industry figures and best minds from the public transport sector.

Now UITP is pleased to announce the opening of the Call for Contributions for the MTCE 2020 edition - as alongside our new theme, we’re looking for your new ideas!

The list of topics have been announced and should serve as your guide for submitting an Abstract:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Big Data
  • Safety & Security
  • Smart Mobility Management
  • Service Excellence
  • Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)
  • Clean Bus
  • Livable Cities  
  • Smart governance
  • Innovative financing (&PPPs)
  • Talent Management
  • Non-motorised Travel

 

Are you interested in becoming involved in the 2020 MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition? Then answer our call today!

Submissions can address any mode of transport including traditional and new modes in urban mobility.

Submit your abstracts by 15 October 2019

Visit the dedicated site #MTCE2020 for news as it develops!

 

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