Smart and Healthy Transport in Cities
9 - 10 April 2019

5th International Conference

The conference dates are nearing, the programme has nearly been filled and space is running out. If you have not yet decided whether you will attend, have a look at what awaits you and register today.

Do not miss out on great presentations from diverse corners of Europe. The first block features  Frank Uekermann’s presentation on transportation design and planning for the city of Freiburg, Marek Zděradička opening a discussion on “Metro S – Trains under Prague”, and additional interesting guests. We are also still negotiating with officials from the European Green Capital of 2016 – Ljubljana.

You definitely do not want to miss Vojta Novotnýs talk “Why should city managers support preferential right-of-way for public transportation?” Josef Veselý and  Jürgen Krimmling will present examples of preferential measures in practice.

The marketing block will not be left behind: authentic campaigns will be presented by Michael Beer and Ondřej Kubala, and Hubert Joseph-Antoine will speak about using surveys to better understand our customers.

Gerhard Probst will speak about the balance between income and attractive fares, and Argo Verk will present real-life experience operating a free public transportation network.

As you can see, the programme is certainly very appealing, so don’t hesitate any longer. Come visit the 5th Smart and Health Transportation conference in Pilsen!

Conference 2017 in numbers

more than
380

PARTICIPANTS

represented
20

COUNTRIES

including Puerto Rico, Canada, Pakistan, Finland, Estonia

heard
16

PRESENTATIONS

 

Conference 2015 in numbers

more than
300

PARTICIPANTS

represented
15

COUNTRIES

inluding Canada and Puerto Rico

heard
19

PRESENTATIONS

14 of which were by foreign speakers

Conference 2013 in numbers

more than
300

PARTICIPANTS

represented
10

COUNTRIES

including USA and Canada

heard
24

PRESENTATIONS

13 of which were by foreign speakers

Conference 2011 in numbers

more than
280

PARTICIPANTS

represented
9

COUNTRIES

from Europe and New Zealand

were
23

PRESENTATIONS

13 of them from foreign participants