Transist 2015 Fair Begins Tomorrow

Transist 2015 Fair Begins Tomorrow: IETT organizes the 8th International Transportation Technologies Symposium and Fair within the context of Public Transport Week events at the Istanbul Congress Center under the leadership of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality on 17-19 December. In contrast to the previous years, the first partner city of TRANSIST 2015 opened its doors with the cooperation of partner city.

IETT, with a 144-year history, is organizing the eighth International Transport Technologies Symposium and Fair within the scope of the Public Transportation Week events. The partner city of the fair, which will take place between 17 and 19 December under the leadership of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, will be Seoul. The opening of TRANSIST, which will be held for the 8th time this year; Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication Binali Yıldırım, Governor of Istanbul Vasip Şahin, Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. Prof. Kadir Topbaş, Yıldız Technical University Rector. Dr. İsmail Yüksek, IETT General Manager Mümin Kahveci. Seoul, the capital of South Korea, responds to the transportation needs of its crowded population with innovative public transportation solutions thanks to its strong and developed infrastructure; TRANSIST is among the ambitious collaborations of the 8th International Transport Technologies Symposium and Fair. To the organization that will draw attention to public transportation; institutions and authorities such as metropolitan and provincial municipalities in the national and international arena, companies that supply and serve products for public transportation modes, universities and non-governmental organizations are participating.

THE OLD MUNICIPAL CHAIRMAN OF THE DAY IN THE SYMPOSIUM
Intense participation is expected in the symposium where Ken Livingstone, the founder of the C40 Group, the first ever elected Mayor of London, will be present as a speaker, bringing together the world's largest 40 city on climate change. In addition, Prof. Ralf Borndoerfer, EPA (European Parking Association) President Nick Lester - Davis, as well as internationally renowned opinion leaders will also be featured as keynote speaker at TRANSIST 2015.

THE MAIN THEM IN THE SYMPOSIUM '4P'
'4P': Transportation, Productivity, Parking, Paratransit (Alternative Transit), organized for the purpose of dissemination of public transport culture, and will be attended by international countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Jordan, UK, India and Saudi Arabia. Modes) theme will be discussed. The symposium will be held for the first time this year with the cooperation of Yildiz Technical University. The organization and exhibition of 30 will take place in the Exhibition and Innovation Exhibition of the organization. In addition to the fairs and symposiums, there are many events such as award ceremony, project competition, workshops and personal development trainings.

ORGANIZATION WILL BE AWARDED WITH AWARD CEREMONY
TRANSİST 2015, which is organized in order to produce innovative solutions for the public transport sector in order to create information sharing, planning and application culture, increase productivity in the sector and increase public interest in public transportation, will be crowned this year with deki 7 Project Competition in Different Category Toplu. With the theme of ler 4P in Public Transportation X, the owners of photographs and short films capturing the striking moments of public transportation such as buses, metro, tram, metrobus and ferry will meet with their awards.

THEMATIC BUSES ARE COMING
IETT, which has been stuck to 5 nostalgic vehicle original and is a gift to Istanbul traffic, will add a new one to the vehicles and also meet the visitors with 3 pieces thematic buses. SERGIBUS and CINEMABUS, prepared for the children to be able to both education and play, and to present the KREŞBÜS, İETT history and current materials to the public, will be displayed for the first time in the scope of the TRANSIST Symposium and Fair.

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