MADRID, 21 November (EUROPA PRESS) –
The International Fair for Safe and Sustainable Mobility (Traffic) will celebrate its 18th anniversary within the framework of the second Call for Global Mobility, which will take place from 12-14 September 2023.
The aim is to share synergies and add value to professionals from different sectors connected with mobility, Ifema Madrid said in a statement.
Trafic will maintain its own identity in Ifema Madrid’s new commitment to the mobility of the future. Trafic 2023 will focus specifically on connectivity, digitization and efficiency in road safety.
The goals of the Global Mobility Call brought together more than 3,500 top professionals and 55 companies, demonstrating the R&D capacity of their industries, in Trafic’s last call on November 2-4, 2021.
“Some results that once again confirm Trafic for key players in sustainable mobility, which aim to promote and support the use of new modes of transport through digitization and the more efficient and safe use of transport vehicles and infrastructures,” highlighted Ifema Madrid.
Among these actors, in addition to the support of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (Mitma), which is also a supporter of the Global Mobility Call, there is the General Directorate of Traffic DGT (Ministry of Interior), which supports it. traffic from the start; organizations and associations in the sector as well as relevant administrations.
Traffic sectors will be integrated into Global Mobility Call, completing its offer. Trafic’s offering is structured specifically around the Infrastructure sectors; road safety; Car park; Traffic Management; Last mile delivery and Smart mobility.
Trafic’s trade show will, as usual, be complemented by the agenda of professional conferences that have their own profile in the Call for Global Mobility and will discuss the issues most relevant to the safe and secure mobility sector.
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