„Governance of Transport“ is the theme of ITF’s 2017 Summit that will take place from 31 May to 2 June 2017 in Leipzig, Germany under the Presidency of Mexico.
The world’s premier transport policy event will examine the trends shaping transport governance and the most pressing challenges facing it. The Summit will be focused on four areas: infrastructure, global connectivity, regulation under innovation and urban access and mobility.
Further information is available here.
The European Conference on Mobility Management was founded as the final conference of the MOMENTUM research project – in Amsterdam 1997. Since then, the ECOMM has taken place every year, in meanwhile 19 cities in 8 different countries.
The ECOMM has developed as one of the most important meeting places for Mobility Management practitioners and experts all over Europe. ECOMM is a three-day event with excursions, keynote speeches, an exhibition, 50-80 presentations and workshops and lots of opportunities for making new contacts. It takes place every year and attracts 350-500 delegates. Presentations are selected by an International Programme Committee (IPC) with appointed experts from all EPOMM member states as well as from other EU member states.
Find more information and register here.
31. May – 02. June 2017
The KONGRESS is the 8th edition of the annual conference on the topic of electric mobility, hosted by the innovation network Forum ElektroMobilitaet e.V.. On 01 + 02 June 2017 top-notch speakers will be presenting their latest developments in the technologies, processes and construction methods of electric mobility both in research and in practice. Almost 250 experts, representatives of industry, research, politic and media will join the conference and the accompanying Exhibition.
Further information about the program, registration and participation as exhibitor, sponsor and visitor here.
01.-02. June 2017, Berlin
The FIA Smart Cities initiative brings expertise gained in the motorsports as well as knowledge in the field of mobility to the cities that are committed to promote sustainable transport solutions.
The FIA Smart Cities builds on the Formula E Championship, where electricity-powered cars race in the heart of cities around the world.
It’s a unique environment to showcase the role of innovations in transforming urban mobility and represents an excellent opportunity to make city authorities meet mobility stakeholders and industry players and seek for efficient urban mobility solutions together.
On Friday 9 June, the day before the Berlin Formula E race, the European stage of the FIA Smart Cities Forum will take place, around the topic of “New directions in Urban Mobility”. In the morning speakers from different sectors will come together to discuss strategies to enhance new mobility services in cities, while in the afternoon there will be the opportunities to experience some of the innovations piloted in Formula E championship, including Formula E shakedown on the track. During the day the FIA will promote the FIA Smart Cities Startup global contest, with the aim of to identify, support and invest in the most successful startups empowering Smart Cities and improving Road Safety.
The programme is attached. The event is for invitation only: should you be interested, please contact Luca Pascotto, Global Public Policy Manager at the FIA (email@example.com)
The 8th edition of Korea Railways & Logistics Fair, also known as RaiLog Korea, will take place from 14 to 17 June 2017 in Busan, Korea.
The previous edition, RaiLog Korea 2015 was exhibited by 161 companies from 21 countries and regions, welcomed 15,121 visitors and offered 17 fringe programmes covering a wide range of key industry topics. More information on the last edition here.
Register for the RaiLog Korea 2017 here.
14.-17. June 2017, Busan, Korea
The Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy promotes for German companies a business trip to Poland/Warsaw with the topic „Innovative Systems for the Traffic and Smart Mobility“. More information are available here.
26. – 30. June 2017
The 5. RAILWAY FORUM Berlin 2017 will take place from 30 till 31 August 2017 in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn AG. The key note of the conference will be „Copetitivness 2025: The agenda of innovation in the mobility sector“.
Under the patronage of Uwe Günther, CPO, Deutsche Bahn AG und Kay Euler, CTO & CQO, Deutsche Bahn AG we organised the conference along 4 strategically important devleopment goals of the rail industry.
Together with you the Deutsche Bahn AG is committed to shape the railway industry incorporating the CIDA-goals: Competetiv, International, Digital, Automated.
The conference will be held in German. You can see the preliminary program here.
Registration can be done via the following link.
30. – 31. August 2017
From the September 14 to September 24, the New Mobility World will be present at the IAA Cars 2017 in Frankfurt am Main, offering the world biggest platform for exchange on tomorrow’s mobility. The five main topics in of the New Mobility World 2017 will be connected cars, automated driving, e-mobility, urban mobility and mobility services. New developments such as real time mapping and augmented reality will be explored.
The Event will be structured in three phases:
12-13 of September: Acces restricted to representatives of the media
14-15 of September: Access restricted to a specialised audience
16-24 of September: Access for the general public
14.-24. September 2017
The ICC aims to bring together a better understanding of all fields relevant to the promotion of active mobility, ranging from the determinants of active mobility to the development and impacts of policies and interventions, including the role of culture and governance. The ambition is to create a common framing through exchanging disciplinary perspectives.
The ICC will give a platform to academics and practitioners involved in research and practice related to cycling and active mobility.
As a major aim of the ICC is to bridge the gap between science and practice, two new formats will be introduced to facilitate dialogue between both groups: R4P (Researchers for Practitioners) and P4R (Practitioners for Researchers). Strengthening interdisciplinary networking and transfer of knowledge is crucial in a world today where cycling is gaining momentum.
The call for papers and more information can be found here.
19 – 21 September 2017
The EcoMobility World Festival 2017 will show that an ecomobile lifestyle can be promoted in cities all over the world by transforming a neighbourhood and demonstrating the possibilities of an innovative and forward-thinking urban transportation culture.
More Information here.
01.10.2017-31.10.2017, Kaohsiung, Taiwan