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- Transports Publics 2012
05.06.2012 - 07.06.2012
Paris , Porte de Versailles - Paris
The European Mobility Exhibition
The major European professional exhibition for all key players in public transport and sustainable transport solutions.
Transports Publics is a showcase of the most innovative products, services and policies relating to sustainable mobility, bringing together all the key players from across Europe and from every aspect of every mode of transport: organising authorities, operators, industries, manufacturers, sub-contractors and others. This not-to-be-missed biennial exhibition gathers key players from rail, bus, coach and alternative transport, as well as from related industries: public works, infrastructure, civil engineering companies, manufacturers of street furniture, parking, payment and ticketing systems, consultants, designers, banking, insurance and energy services, along with other actors including institutions.
Transports Publics 2012 in figures:
- 30,000sqm of exhibition space
- 10,000 professional participants
- 250 international exhibitors
- 250 European journalists
- 50 countries represented
- 3-day exhibition
The European multimodal exhibition
With sustainable mobility, increasing internationalisation and deregulation of transport markets the order of the day, network development and procurement by local authorities and operators represent major investments. Transports Publics 2012 takes up the resulting challenge:
Exhibitors and visitors from some fifty countries.
Guests of honour: European networks and cities.
International delegations of company heads, politicians and elected officials with procurement responsibilities.
The meeting-place for sustainable mobility in Europe
Amid environmental impacts, energy costs, dwindling fossil fuels, urban gridlock and other concerns, public transport makes the best sense economically and ecologically – and will continue to enjoy considerable growth in the near future.
Transports Publics 2012 is pursuing the aim of promoting public transport and sustainable travel methods by encouraging delegates to share their experiences and best practices throughout Europe. During the three-day event, experts from across the continent will be sharing their strategic and political outlook on the mobility of the future, with a programme focusing on current issues.
Find out all about the latest advances and innovations at Transports Publics 2012
Users’ expectations of public transport are increasingly stringent – and diverse. Consequently, the challenge is to respond to demand in a variety of ways: innovating in terms of multimodal solutions and promoting complementary offerings, geared to current lifestyles and the requirements of sustainable development.
The exhibition brings together the latest innovations in equipment, techniques and management, as implemented throughout Europe.
Featured innovations include:
‘Clean’ technologies, with means of transport which are increasingly environmentally-friendly, quieter and less polluting: hybrid systems, electric motors, energy recovery and storage devices, renewable energies, ‘green driving’ trainings and more;
Solutions for developing intermodality: mobility centres, real-time passenger information, all-mode travel cards, ticketing over the internet or by mobile phone, optimising changes during journeys, etc.
Complementary transport solutions: car-sharing, car-pooling, self-service bikes, boat-buses, and so on.
Paris , Porte de Versailles
1 place de la Porte de Versailles
Access to the exhibition centre
By public transport
- Tram, lines T2 and T3: "Porte de Versailles" stop
- Metro, line 12: "Porte de Versailles" station
- Bus, lines 39 and 80: "Porte de Versailles" stop
- From Orly airport: Take the OrlyVal towards Antony, change at Antony / take the RER B towards "Aéroport Charles de Gaulle", get off at "Cité universitaire" / take Tramway T towards "Pont de Garigliano" and get off at "Porte de Versailles"
- From Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport: RER B line, terminus St Rémy lès Chevreuse. Change at Saint Michel-Notre Dame / Metro line 4 (towards Porte d'Orléans), change at "Montparnasse Bienvenue" / Metro line 12 (towards Mairie d'Issy), get off at "Porte de Versailles".
Journey planner for Paris and the surrounding region: www.ratp.fr
For airport connections: cars.airfrance.fr
For reduced-mobility delegates: www.infomobi.com
4 Velib’ self-service bike stations immediately adjacent to the exhibition centre
- Inner ring road: exit at Porte de Versailles / Porte de la Plaine
- Outer ring road: exit at Porte de Sèvres / Porte de Versailles
- From Orly airport: take the N7 towards Paris then the A106. Follow signs to Paris-Centre, and Périphérique Ouest. Once on the ring road, exit at Porte de Versailles - Porte de la Plaine
- From Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport: take the A1 towards Paris. Follow signs to Paris, Porte de la Chapelle. Once westbound on the ring road, exit at Porte de Sèvres - Porte de Versailles
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