Gulf Traffic 2014

http://www.gulftraffic.com/en/
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event description

The Gulf region is forging ahead with plans to improve its transportation infrastructure with $121.3 billion worth of road and bridge projects already underway or in the planning phase. Gulf Traffic 2014 brings to the industry the opportunity to showcase, see and understand the latest in Road Infrastructure, Traffic Management Systems and Technologies for safe and efficient mobility.

This year Gulf Traffic is host to the largest Parking Conference the Middle East has seen, for more information click here...

Informa Exhibitions ensures that the leading companies world wide exhibit at Gulf Traffic, to the right audience, including decision makers from the public and private sectors.

Gulf Traffic Conference 2014 is pleased to announce that Multimodal Traffic and Parking will be the focus of this year's programme. The conference will feature some of the world’s best case studies on how multimodal systems and management have helped decrease accidents, and create a much safer, efficient and sustainable traffic environment. ITS is the vital element for this movement, as ‘network’ is key, and with network comes advanced technology. Discussion will focus on all three transportation groups: private vehicles, pedestrian and public transport.

Here's a sneak preview of this year's conference agenda -

Day One (8th December)

Multimodal Road Strategy and Safety

Find out how to encourage safe travel cultures through legislations and infrastructure planning
Explore how to coping with increasing population and manage low vehicle emissions with multimodality management
Discover how to manage growing crowd numbers through transparent multimodality planning
Observe methods to prevent accidents with automatic response signals
Study strategies to ensure safety to large vehicles with innovative infrastructure

Day Two (9th December)

ITS and Networks

Determine which network systems is workable in your environment
Implement appropriate geographic systems for your city
Discuss crisis management, emergency responses through ITS implementation
Examine Big Data and gather behavioral information of population
Review key Wi-Fi and portable technology and keep track of individual’s next move

Day Three (10th December)

MENA Parking Conference *New & Exclusive*

Gulf Traffic 2014 is proud to announce the establishment of the MENA Parking Conference (MENAPC), in association with the International Parking Institute and MENA Parking Association (MENAPA). Cities like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha and Muscat have seen dramatic increase in population, developing projects, and zonings. To avoid future parking problems, government and developers have worked closely to ensure that parking strategies are well thought out. The MENAP Conference will feature parking trends world-wide, technology, operators, mobility management, and sustainability. Discussion on regulations and licensing will also be featured.

Event location

Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre Sheikh Zayed Road P.O. Box 9292 Dubai United Arab Emirates

Tel: +971 (4) 332 1000 Fax: +971 (4) 331 4608


Contact information

Informa Exhibitions, Dubai Level 20 Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road P.O. Box 9428 Dubai United Arab Emirates EU

Thomas Champion Thomas Champion

Tel: +971 4 407 2647 Fax: + 971 4 335 2475

Thomas.Champion@informa.com

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