On 3 and 4 March 2015, K2 and X2AB – together with UITP – are organising a conference in Malmö on new ways of financing public transport.
The conference will provide background data on the need for an alternative and innovative financing of public transport, and above all concrete examples of alternative financing models with a broad focus on international experience and practical applications. The goal of the conference is to give a deeper insight into alternative financing models, their advantages and disadvantages, and the necessary preconditions for introducing them.
Interesting presentations of international examples
A number of qualified international speakers will take part in the conference, including Alain Flausch, Secretary General of the UITP, Giampaolo Codeluppi, Chairman of the UITP Transport Economic Commission, HG Wessberg, negotiator, Swedish Government, Mats Rönnbo, Nordic Development Director at Skanska, Professor Francesca Medda from University College London, Peter Viinapuu CEO, MTR Nordic and Ilmar Reepalu, second vice president of the SKL/SALAR board.
For more information, please contact Charlotte Wäreborn Schultz, CEO X2AB: email@example.com.
Before the start of the conference, join us for a guided visit of Malmö Central Station! The station, recently remodeled to accommodate the flows from the new City Tunnel, has received several awards.
Please note that the registration deadline is the 10th of February 2015.
The conference targets decision-makers in both the public and private sectors – people actively involved in regions, local authorities, public transport authorities and transport companies within, for example, both the vehicle industry and the property and building sectors. We aim to attract participants not only from Sweden but also from the rest of the Nordic area and Northern Europe.
Date: 3-4 March 2015
Location: Börshuset, Malmö, Sweden
Conference Fee: 3750 SEK excl. VAT (1 € = 9,27 SEK 2014-11-26).
The conference fee includes coffee and sandwiches day 1 and coffee and lunch day 2. Conference Dinner (optional): 700 kr excl. VAT. Three course dinner at Malmö Börshus.
The K2 National Knowledge Centre for Public Transport is a national knowledge and competence centre tasked with developing Sweden internationally into a good example of how attractive public transport can generate sustainable cities. Research through co-production is key. www.k2centrum.se
UITP is the international organisation for public transport authorities and operators, policy decision-makers, scientific institutes and the public transport supply and service industry. UITP’s head office is located in Brussels, Belgium and the association counts 11 regional offices around the world. www.uitp.org
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