CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT, AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN. HOW TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORT?
Where?:  Rosario, Argentina             When?:   May 9-14, 2011

TECHNICAL EXHIBIT

Why this conference is important?

  • A multidisciplinary forum of industry leaders, practitioners, key stakeholders and decision-makers and media from major Latin American cities.
  • Cutting edge insight from the industry's most influential speakers, allowing to do business with prospective project and infrastructure developers, through a premier exhibition on the state-of-the-art on transport technologies, equipment and services, as well as other products and services that improve the livability of cities.
  • Advanced training and professional development, through a series of courses, workshops and forums, with collaborative dynamics, as well as on-line and remote sessions

Who is attending?

  • +100 speakers and special invitees from more than 20 countries, including:
    • Jaime Lerner, Former Mayor of Curitiba
    • Fernando Paez, Transmilenio General Director in Bogota, Colombia
    • Guillermo Calderon, General Director of the expanding network of Metrobus in Mexico City, Mexico
    • Juan Tapia Grillo, President of the Directory, Protransporte de Lima, Peru
    • Jorge Kogan, Andean Corporation of Promotion (Corporación Andina de Fomento)
    • Carlos Cristobal, Metropolitan Transport Consortium of Madrid, Spain
    • Heather Allen, International Association of Public Transport
    • Antonio Lindau, Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Transport - Brazil
    • Marcos Bicalho, National Association of Public Transport, Brazil
    • Mónica Alvarado, Rosario’s Transport Entity, Argentina
    • Guillermo Krantzer, General Director of Transport, Urban Development Ministry-Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • Among others
  • 15 countries from LAC
  • 25 metropolitan areas
  • +15 transport operating organizations
  • Several mayors from LAC.

 

TECHNICAL EXHIBITION AREA AND TARIFF STANDS