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Where can we build bridges, real and metaphorical, for better cross-border mobility? What will connect better institutions, so they can function in a more integrated way?
Discover our programme. Since , the Summit brings together ministers from around the world to share policy perspectives with CEOs, heads of international organisations, thought leaders from civil society and academia, and media.
The Summit addresses strategic and topical issues across all transport modes where participants can engage in the debate through a variety of session formats.
The Summit offers a rich programme of inspiring keynote addresses, interactive sessions featuring transport ministers and other ITF stakeholders to debate policy responses to the sector challenges.
A broad range of discussion formats offer many opportunities to exchange ideas. The Summit provides a multitude of opportunities to network. More than 50 exhibitors from around the world showcase the latest initiatives and technological developments.
They represent governments, businesses, international organisations, research institutions, NGOs and business associations.
The Summit is the ideal opportunity for any organisation or company involved in transport or related activities to raise its profile and showcase products, services and initiatives to a high-level global audience.
This lack of transparency makes it difficult to have evidence-based dialogue on bottlenecks. A win-win approach is possible if better performance information on the maritime logistics chain would be available.
What are examples of effective integrated transport planning for large metropolitan regions and mega-cities? How can better spatial and physical accessibility contribute to social and economic inclusion?
How has door-to-door connectivity for people with reduced mobility improved? What challenges remain? Skip to main content.
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Technical Tours. Cultural Tour. Messehaus — M4. Messehaus — M3. Messehaus — M1. Meet at Transport Information Desk, Level ITF Stand.
Messehaus — M2. MPA3, Level 0. Mobility as a Service MaaS : Success factors for integrated mobility solutions? What are examples of connectivity projects that have spurred tourism, job creation and sustainable regional development?
Messehaus — M6. Messehaus — M8. MPA2, Level 0. What infrastructure will be needed for connected and automated vehicles of the future? How can related data be shared in a controlled and secure manner?
What is the role of international cooperation, including international standardisation? How can enhanced transport connectivity provide better access for women to jobs and opportunities, thereby contributing to economic growth?
Transport and Covid responses and resources. Home Road Investment, Pricing, Taxation. Freight, Logistics. Technology, Innovation. Sustainability, Environment.
Multilateral Quota. All the innovative prowess transport can muster is equally essential to tackle the second challenge facing the sector: rebooting stalled transport activity and the economies that depend on it.
Rethinking the broader future of transport is a third challenge, and probably the biggest. How can we make transport systems more resilient and at the same time more sustainable and more inclusive?
React, reboot, rethink — these three innovation challenges will inform our debate in the last week of next May. Now, more than ever, our collective imagination is needed to find unorthodox solutions and make them work.
The ITF team is already working hard to enrich the programme with pertinent questions and relevant topics related to the post-Covid impacts, as well as notable speakers and innovative formats.
I very much look forward to seeing you in Leipzig from 26 to 28 May of next year. To stay abreast of the programme as it develops, do subscribe to the ITF Summit Updates on this page.
Since , the Summit brings together ministers from around the world to share policy perspectives with CEOs, heads of international organisations, thought leaders from civil society and academia, and media.