Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 19, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Marcus Evans proudly presents Transport Infrastructure and Integration Conference in Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore on 8th – 10th November 2017. The conference’s focus is to leverage on the shifting landscape of transportation infrastructure to build livable cities via seamless connectivity and mobility.
One of the speakers at the event, Nick Earle, SVP Global Field Operations at Hyperloop One shared, “If we want to lift standards of living for all 7 billion people on the planet while staying mindful of our ecological footprint, we’re going to need dramatic improvements in transportation efficiency and integration.”
Featuring high-level officials from government agencies, private sector and multilateral institutions such as Ahmad Radhi Maarof Head Of NKRA Project Division, Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD), Malaysia; Clare Gardiner-Barnes Deputy Secretary, Freight, Strategy & Planning, Transport For Nsw, Australia; Silvester Prakasam Senior Advisor – Fare System Land Transport Authority (LTA), Singapore; Valery Tubbax SVP & Head Of Advisory, Investment Banking Department Asia, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), Singapore; Gerald Ollivier Transport Cluster Leader, World Bank, Singapore; Nick Earle SVP – Global Field Operations Hyperloop One, Usa; Pierre Chartier Chief Of Transport Infrastructure, United Nations Economic And Social Commission For Asia And The Pacific (UNESCAP), Thailand; Dr. Elly Sinaga Former DG Greater Jakarta Transport Authority, Indonesia.
Stefan Krummeck, Director at the FARRELLS, Hong Kong who is speaking at the conference also shared that, “Rapid urbanisation presents an opportunity to improve liveability, but only if we consciously plan around public transport as well as forms of active transportation, like cycling and walking.”
One of the event highlights will be the exclusive site tour on Intelligent Transport System Centre (ITSC), Land Transport Authority guided by senior representatives from LTA-ITSC, who will present on various technologies in place that help ITSC maintain smooth flowing traffic on the entire expressway and road networks in Singapore.