When: 4–5 April 2017
Where: Pilsen, Czech Republic
The preparations for the biannual conference Smart and Healthy Transport in Cities 2017 are underway. With the aim of contributing to better and safer living in cities and a better environment, the conference will focus on topics that share these aims.
The conference presents various approaches to the hot topic of “Mobility as a Service”. Leading professionals will debate the (dis)advantages of individual solutions and fine-tune various visions for future solutions. As a new feature for the 2017 conference, a panel discussion with leading domestic and foreign specialists will be held on this crucial topic.
“Urbanism and Public Transportation” is the subject of a second block in which the focus will be on public transportation transfer hubs from various perspectives:
- Pragmatism – More efficient transportation planning, terminal operations, cost-effective services;
- Urban design – Accent on public space, civic amenities and landmarks;
- Multimodalism – Space for bike sharing, bicycle storage areas, park & ride lots, recharging stations for electric vehicles, information systems.
Time will also be devoted to “Sustainable Mobility” and a discussion around the term “clean mobility” and how it is connected with urban design.
Who can you look forward to meeting at the 4th conference? Todd Litman (Victoria Transport Policy Institute), Rasmus Lindholm (ERTICO – ITS Europe), French politician and former Minister of Culture Catherine Trautmann (Strasbourg), Martin Russ (AustriaTech) and Petra Kolínská, Deputy Mayor of the City of Prague have all confirmed they will attend the conference.
Enjoy a 25% discount if you register by 15 December.
Come talk with leading experts and make new professional contacts. We look forward to seeing you in Pilsen on 4 April!
For more details and registration go to www.konference.pmdp.cz
Simultaneous interpretation into English and Czech will be provided.
Conference preparations are being made in conjunction with UITP, AustriTech and ITS Nationals, whose experience and contacts will help enhance the quality of the conference.