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One month left to be a thought leader at SITCE 2020

16/12/2019
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Data
  • Funding and financing
  • Future of Mobility
  • Passenger
  • Urban mobility

The Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition (SITCE) returns from 28-30 October 2020 in Singapore.

Organised jointly by UITP and Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore, this event represents the biggest gathering of international public transport professionals in the Asia-Pacific region.

Under the theme of Heartbeat of Mobility‘,SITCE 2020will feature six main thematic streams and the following list should serve you as a guide in submitting your paper:

1. People-Oriented Public Transport
2. Safeguarding Public Transport: Security & Safety
3. Balancing Act of Fares, Funding and Financing
4. Revolutionising the Public Bus Industry
5. Enablers of Urban Rail: Assets, Infrastructure, Operations and Maintenance
6. The New Age of Mobility: Active, Shared and Integrated

We are waiting for your vision, use case, best practices and research studies to share with industry peers at three-day congress. Academic and R&D papers are welcome.

This edition, a new feature is dedicated to the Start-ups and Researchers-Innovation Pulse. Mobility innovators will have the opportunity meet future partners, clients and investors at this highly customised programme, including specific exhibition space, pitch session, poster session and networking activity.

Questions related to theInnovation Pulse?  Contact asiapacific.cte@uitp.org

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