SITCE 2024 Call for Papers Abstract Submission

6 - 8 Nov, 2024
Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore 039593
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SITCE 2024 will be held from 6 to 8 November 2024, at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. We cordially invite you to participate in our Call for Papers, for a chance to speak at the leading public transport event in the Asia-Pacific region.

Why Speak at SITCE 2024:

  • Share your expertise with a highly influential and international audience

  • High-level netwoking with fellow speakers in the Asia-Pacific region

  • Benefit from a preferential rate to attend the whole event 

Diversity & Inclusion: 

  • UITP is committed to improving diversity and inclusion in the public transport sector as a whole and our events are no exception. 

  • SITCE is an inclusive event, we welcome and actively encourage participation from women and speakers from a wide range of background. 

  • Learn more about UITP's Diverse Panel Charter
Key Topics at SITCE 2024:

The theme for this year's event is Smarter Journeys for Sustainable Cities and the congress will feature the following sub-themes:


Sub-theme 1: Building a Future-Ready Workforce

A resilient and skilled workforce is critical to ensuring organisations are ready to embrace the evolving demands in the public transport sector. Beyond an emphasis on technical capabilities, organisations must prioritise equitable practices and the well-being of workers.

Sub-theme 2: Automation and Autonomous Vehicles

Increasingly, automation and autonomous vehicles (AVs) raise key considerations for the future of land transport. Successful and seamless implementation will require exploring the various aspects of AV technology integration, vehicle production, business models, and regulations.

Sub-theme 3: Electrification and Sustainable Mobility

Electrification is a pivotal step to achieving sustainable mobility, as earmarked by the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Robust discussion in areas such as policy frameworks, vehicle technologies (including batteries) and infrastructure, is a necessity to achieving a smooth transition towards Net Zero cities.

Sub-theme 4: Smart, Inclusive Transport and Commuter Culture

Public transport systems must evolve to accommodate demographic, behavioural and societal changes around the world. Driven by innovation, digital transformation is embracing inclusivity and improving accessibility and safety for commuters.

Sub-theme 5: Sustainable Infrastructure and Asset Management

Transport networks and operations are required to perform increasingly well, alongside being environmentally and financially sustainable. To achieve this, they have become more intertwined with digitalisation and AI solutions. Adapting to climate change is another dimension of sustainability, which the sector is addressing at different levels, from policy frameworks to specific technical or organisational measures.

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