This article is an extract from our PTI Magazine 2/2019. Keep reading to get your special sneak peek at the soon to be released second PTI issue for 2019!
In this exclusive interview from our Summit Insider news series, we’ve asked Bronwen Thornton, CEO of Walk21, and Dr Vassilis Agouridas, Strategic Innovation Senior Manager at Airbus to discuss the future of urban mobility. Keep reading to get an insight into the thought-provoking debates that will be held as part our session “the future of urban mobility: walking or flying”!
The following article is an advertorial from RDA. The Saudi capital is on the move with a Public Transport System – incorporating metro and bus networks – that is months, not years, from completion. Some would say delivering a project of this scope and complexity in such a short timeframe is an art.
In a continuation of our Summit Insider news series, we’ve asked Caroline Ottosson to share her views and experience of the public transport sector.
Discover what news we have for you as we enter the final 30 days!
Joining forces for this exciting partnership, UITP is delighted to announce our collaboration with Cities Today for the next UITP Summit. Keep reading to find out more!
How will artificial intelligence contribute to the evolution of public transport within the next five years? Find out more!
Our seventh and last mobility artist is an Idea Composer! As an innovative thinker, Devin de Vries has the courage to experiment with new ideas, create new schemes and techniques and compose solutions in a way that many could never have imagined. Above all, Devin is excited about the future of urban mobility! His natural leadership skills, fresh perspective and ability to put ideas in motion are exactly what our sector needs as it faces the mobility challenges of today and tomorrow.
Find out more about our key plenary session on redefining public transport at the Summit.
Artist. Author. Animator. Christoph Niemann brings The Art of Public Transport to life as our keynote speaker
Discover our keynote speaker for the Summit in Stockholm!
Our sixth mobility artist is a Happiness Conductor! With a ‘fine-tuned’ business mindset, Margaret Teo’s main concern is to deliver a positive experience to public transport users at every step of their journey. Starting with an internal culture of listening to and engaging with staff, Margaret makes sure she understands each person’s needs perfectly, in order to create a culture of service excellence.
Our fifth mobility artist is a Mobility Designer! Easily inspired by the latest trends and the ongoing digital revolution, Hans Arby sees current challenges as an opportunity to design the intermodal mobility solution of the future. As a Mobility Designer, Hans has the unique ability to weave together traditional patterns of mass public transport with cutting-edge designs of new mobility services.