16/04/2024 - 19/04/2024 Amsterdam

Intertraffic Amsterdam 2024

From 16-19 April 2024, professionals from across the transport sector will meet in Amsterdam for the world's biggest trade exhibition on mobility and traffic technology: Intertraffic Amsterdam. This event offers attendees a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet face-to-face with international peers and exhibiting companies, broaden their network, share lessons, and gain inspiration. 

Want to gain fresh insights into transport infrastructure, traffic management, smart mobility, road safety, and parking? Eager to embark on this journey alongside 35,000+ like-minded peers from over 140 countries? Then you will not want to miss Intertraffic Amsterdam 2024, happening from 16-19 April 2024 in the Dutch capital!

For the past 46 years, Intertraffic Amsterdam has been the primary platform for traffic technology professionals worldwide. With over 900 exhibitors from more than 100 countries, this event offers a comprehensive overview of the latest trends and developments in the transport sector. Through seminars, workshops, and other activities, Intertraffic attendees will have the chance to confront many of the world's major mobility concerns head-on and assess innovative solutions for both urban and rural areas.

Event details and registration

  • Dates: 16-19 April 2024
  • Location: RAI Amsterdam

To explore ticket options and reserve your spot Intertraffic Amsterdam, check out the event website here.

Find POLIS at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2024

Looking to learn more about key mobility topics from Europe's leading network of cities and regions working on transport innovation? Then make sure to attend POLIS' sessions at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2024!

Vision Zero and Lifesaving Road Safety Strategies (16 April, 2024, 10:30 - 11:15 CET, Intertraffic Summit Theatre 2)

  • In this session, POLIS Active Travel & Health Cluster Lead Andréia Lopes Azevedo will moderate a discussion on road safety. Panellists will focus on measures and precautions to prevent accidents, injuries, and fatalities on roads, including improvements to road infrastructure, traffic enforcement, vehicle safety enhancements, and the promotiion of safer driving behaviour among road users. Various worldwide 'Vision Zero' approaches and policy strategies will be addressed, from innovative traffic and infrastructure technologies to community engagement initiatives. In particular, the session will highlight the importance of appropriate policy making, dependable enforcement measures, and new technologies to make roads safer for all users.

Making Way for Walking and Cycling (16 April, 2024, 12:00 - 12:45 CET, Intertraffic Summit Theatre 4)

  • In this session, Andréia Lopes Azevedo will join other panellists to discuss safe walking and cycling. They will highlight how active travel offers a fast, cost-effective, and dependable means to reduce transportation emissions, enhance public health, boost the economy, and foster a more equitable society, while also recognising the insufficient prioritisation of walking and cycling in transport policies and climate initiatives. Together, they will uncover how active travel can become an integral part of mobility systems in European cities, with an emphasis on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), policy-making, cycling research, and the European Declaration on Cycling, among other topics.

Should I Divorce My Car? Achieving Modal Shift Through Shared and Digital Mobility Hubs (18 April, 2024, 13:15 - 14:00 CET, Intertraffic Summit Theatre 3)

  • In this session, POLIS Project & Parking Working Group Manager Daniel Herrera Meek will present ShareDiMobiHub, an Interreg North Sea Region project aimed at increasing urban accessibility and liveability for its citizens and visitors by introducing shared mobility hubs at the city, metropolitan, and regional scales. The session will bring together the learnings and experiences from the ShareDiMobiHub partner cities on how to effectively trigger a modal shift towards sustainable ways of transportation and upscale shared mobility through the concepts of shared and digital mobility hubs. Represented by Project Manager Jelten Baguet, POLIS member Mpact will also join the session to discuss the project's scope and its findings.

Feel free to reach out to Andréia Lopes Azevedo or Daniel Herrera Meek with any questions related to the sessions listed above. We hope to see you there!