South East Europe Rail & Public Transport Development 2013
14 May 2013, Belgrade
As a result of its central location, development of transport infrastructure in South East Europe is key to increasing the region’s competitiveness. Regional governments and municipal authorities though, have limited financial resources devoted to capital expenditure for improving public services, and face potential restrictions on their ability to raise debt. In order to bridge the growing gap between the cost of the infrastructure projects required for continued economic growth and the available resources, options to utilise private capital are increasingly being explored in the region.
Compliance with EU Regulations and customers’ travel experience are gradually becoming the key drivers for transport and infrastructure operators in the region. As a result, investments are being channelled into new trains, infrastructure development and upgrades, and cutting edge cost-saving technologies.
South East Europe Rail & Public Transport Development 2013 will bring together the region’s railways and public transport operators and authorities to discuss and debate how to make the region’s networks cost effective, efficient, and attractive to the travelling public as well as to investors.
By broadening the scope of our former Rail Investment South East Europe conference, and by presenting major new extended panel discussions as well as presentations, your attendance now allows you to benefit from exchanging ideas and information with both the rail and the public transport communities across South East Europe.
To discuss 2013 speaking speaking opportunities please contact:
Sarah Gooding, Director of Content
Telephone: +44 (0)1959 563311