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UITP Global Public Transport Summit

The next UITP Global Public Transport Summit will take place in Stockholm (9-12 June 2019). Mohamed Mezghani, Secretary General, tells us more
Mohamed Mezghani, Secretary General

The next UITP Summit will be the biggest edition yet. The Summit was previously held in Stockholm in 1991, where it was known as the UITP World Congress. The growth and recognition of the Summit is something truly incredible. It has become the largest event of its kind in public transport and urban mobility.

In Stockholm we will have 280 exhibitors across 40,000m2 of space, 2,500 participants and attendees will join us in Sweden with more than 10,000 visitors expected per day. These are brilliant numbers! What makes the UITP Global Public Transport Summit the biggest of its kind is that we cover all modes. We have mass transit and shared modes and new players all under one roof. It is also the global reach that makes the UITP Summit special. Our worldwide attendance will reach up to 90 countries. We will also have a rich programme that covers many sectoral topics and will take place across plenary sessions, lunch sessions, poster sessions and exhibition sessions.

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