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Leaders, experts, and inspiring speakers in public transport from every corner of the globe will gather over 1 day for the UITP Mobility Dialogue. The event takes place on 26 October and registrations are now open to both UITP members and non-members.
The UITP Mobility Dialogue covers topics like relaunching the public transport sector, lessons learned from the pandemic and driving transformation in public transport. By gathering public transport professionals from all across the world, the event offers a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from one another on a global scale.
COVID-19 has had a huge impact and disrupted the public transport sector like never before. During these unprecedented times, public transport has had to do adapt, innovate, and restructure its services to stop the spread of the virus.
Throughout the crisis, public transport and its workers continued to provide essential mobility to frontline workers and keep our cities moving. This has shown the need for resilient public transport systems that are the true backbone of urban mobility systems.
However, we are still faced with the challenge of reinforcing the resilience of public transport systems to build better urban mobility for the future. The Mobility Dialogue will look ahead at the opportunities this societal shift brings and how the sector can best prepare for this future.
A better, stronger and more reliable public transport experience will be crucial to keep meeting and exceeding expectations. To hear the voice of younger generations, the event also offers the chance to engage with youth and young professionals to discuss their vision of the future of mobility and the evolution of the workforce.
Are you ready to exchange ideas, learn and network with others working at the heart of public transport? The UITP Mobility Dialogue event is here to help the sector rebuild after the pandemic.
UITP members can join free of charge, while non-members are more than welcome to purchase a ticket.