Transports Publics, the European Mobility Exhibition, is the not-to-bemissed biennial exhibition for all the key players in public transport and sustainable mobility from across Europe. Over 10,000 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 mode 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 leading European decision-makers from transport and politics
Today, mobility is a key driving force in regional development. Projects are springing up in cities throughout Europe. Local authorities and operators are adjusting to new travel needs by providing intermodal solutions. In response to this demand, industry players, OEMs and service providers are constantly coming up with new, environmentally-friendly innovations.
This increasingly globalised market encompasses activities that now go hand in hand with the development of sustainable mobility – telephony, information technology, parking, self-service car hire, and more. The European mobility exhibition offers a whole range of opportunities for meeting partners in an ever-expanding sector.
Users’ expectations of public transport are increasingly stringent – and diverse. Consequently, the challenge is to respond to demand in a variety of ways: innovating in terms of multimodal solutions and promoting complementary offerings, geared to current lifestyles and the requirements of sustainable development.
The exhibition brings together the latest innovations in equipment, techniques and management, as implemented throughout Europe.
Featured innovations include:
Paris-Expo, Porte de Versailles Hall 1 1 place de la Porte de Versailles 75015 Paris France Europe
Tel: +33 (0)1 48 74 04 82
GIE Objectif transport public 48, avenue du Général Leclerc 75014 Paris France Europe
Tel: +33 (0)1 48 74 04 82 Fax: +33 (0)1 48 74 08 54
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