Transist 2014 International Transportation Technology Symposium starts on Friday: Transist 2014 International Transportation Technologies Symposium and Fair da With 4S: Smart in Public Transportation, Safety, Simplicity, Sustainability; 19 X20 December 2014 will be held in Istanbul Congress Center with the cooperation of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and IETT.
Opening of the program, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Lütfi Elvan, Governor of Istanbul Vasip Şahin, Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. While the names like Kadir Topbaş will be participating, the names to be given at the symposium will include names such as Turkish Airlines General Manager Temel Kotil, TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman, and Transportation Director General Manager Ömer Yıldız.
In the first session, the symposium will be composed of four main sessions and a keynote session for Tekn Transportation Technology Trends for the Changing World oloj, which will not pollute the environment or minimize the pollution.
Nostalgic Buses First Show at Transist Fair
IETT, the trolleybus farklı Tosun ziyaretçiler that served in 1968 in the last year, has been re-producing and presenting it to the traffic of Istanbul. 29 will be in Istanbul in Istanbul for the first year of service and the 24 LEYLAND will meet with Istanbullu at the fair. After the exhibition, 1951 model BUSSING and 1968 model LEYLAND buses will start to serve in Istanbul.
First in Transist Exhibition: Transportation Awards
The organization of the Transist Symposium and Fair will be the first of its kind to determine the best of public transportation. The adoption by organizations providing public transportation service culture of excellence and improvement of service quality contest will be held to reveal the criteria in Turkey's public transport. According to the criteria determined by the competition, it is aimed to ensure that the provinces that offer the best public transportation services are able to see their own deficiencies and develop themselves in this direction. In addition, with the periodic repetition of this award ceremony, it will be seen how and how far the provinces can take in public transportation services.
The main criteria in the competition were designed to evaluate the work of the provinces in public transport services. differentiated sub-criteria based on highway, rail transportation and maritime transport modes were created. Thus, many criteria ranging from environmental policies to transportation technologies, employee training and service quality will play a decisive role in the awards.
In order to achieve its objectives, an academic platform is established to ensure sustainable exchange of information between participants, local governments and sector representatives.
· Providing information sharing in the transport sector,
· Close monitoring of technologies and innovations,
· Establishment of public transport culture,
· Increasing public interest in public transport,
· Establishment and development of urban public transport standards,
· Improvement of infrastructure and comfort conditions,
· Determination of the requirements of the legislative arrangements related to urban public transportation,
· Guiding private car users to use public transportation