Date: 12 June 2018 - 14 June 2018
Paris-Expo, Porte de Versailles
1 place de la Porte de Versailles
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +44 20 8216 3100
Over 11,000 highly qualified participants come together over three days in Paris to discuss the latest innovations for urban, interurban and regional transport, as well as “green” transport.
Transports Publics is recognised as the leading European showcase for innovations in equipment, services and policies relating to the entire mobility sector, bringing together top European decision-makers.
Mobility – a market with a host of different opportunities
Mobility is a key driving force in regional development and projects are springing up in cities throughout the world. Local authorities and operators are adjusting to new travel needs by providing intermodal solutions, meaning all industry stakeholders work to create environmentally-friendly solutions.
The European mobility exhibition offers a whole range of opportunities for meeting partners in an ever-expanding sector, which includes telephony, information technology, parking, self-service car hire, and more.
Find out about the latest advances and innovations at Transports Publics 2018
People expect more and more of public transport. The challenge is to respond to demand by innovating thanks to multimodal solutions and by promoting complementary or alternative solutions that respond to modern lifestyles and sustainable development requirements.
The exhibition brings together the latest innovations in equipment, techniques and management, as implemented throughout the world.
Featured innovations include:
- ‘Clean’ technologies’ (renewable energies…);
- Solutions for developing intermodality(mobility centres, real-time passenger information…)
- Active mobility and complementary transport solutions (car-pooling…)
Active mobility booth
Because cycling is also part of public transport, the “Villes et Territoires Cyclables” Club will host a booth of over 500m2 dedicated to active mobility.
People will be gathered with the same goals: developing cycling as daily mode of transportation, promoting multimodality, active mobility and sustainable urban planning.