The three-day, two-track Conference during TrafficInfraTech Expo and Parking InfraTech Expo covered a wide spectrum of areas — the Government’s vision to Fast-track Highway Construction; Technology for Highways; Policies, Trends and Technology for Road & Vehicle Safety; Mobility and Smart Cities; Parking Management; Reinventing Public Transport; Policy Framework for ITS applications in India and Emerging Technologies. The special session on Start-ups saw the speakers and participants sharing the challenges in setting up and succeeding in new ventures. The workshop on Defensive Driving Training was attended by a very large number of police and transport officials.
The highlight of the Conference was a specially designed session on ‘Women, Cities and Transport’ exploring the inter-related themes like Women, Mobility, City Planning, Policies and Technology.
“It was a unique experience to see that a larger number of panellists were women and a larger number of delegates were men!”, stated some of the speakers.