See for yourself the transport and traffic innovation concepts transforming cities and delivery in 2021
CiTTi Live, 2nd & 3rd June 2021, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
The City Transport & Traffic Innovation (CiTTi) Live will gather the industry together to explore how innovations within traffic and transport will help the movement of people and goods through an urban environment safely and efficiently.
Visitor passes are completely free and will give you full access to all solutions on offer including live demonstrations of cutting edge technology, informative free Conference streams and the chance to learn from the minds behind the latest traffic and transport innovations.
Get your free pass today and discover how the innovation of today’s technological landscape will change how we view our environment when it comes to transport and traffic within cities, including Multi-modal transport solutions, MAAS, bike sharing, car sharing, integrated fare management, real time traffic management, smart parking, autonomous vehicles, EV charging, congestion charging, cycling infrastructure, real time traveller information, smart Infrastructure and a lot more.
Here are some of the companies who exhibited at CiTTi 2019:
Spun out of RUC Magazine – launched in 2013 to give senior decision-makers within the areas of road user charging and tolling a regular digest of key news stories and latest developments from across the world – CiTTi Magazine expands on its predecessor’s remit to shine a light on the current issues, concepts and technologies that are transforming how people, goods and materials move in and around towns and cities.
The tri-annual print title is distributed to 3,500 subscribers and over 1,000 monthly unique visitors come to its website, which is constantly updated with the latest news, exclusive interviews and opinion, and engaging video and webinar content.
But who reads CiTTi? The magazine’s audience comprises a ‘who’s who’ list of key decision-makers, influencers and proposers within transportation
departments and city and council councils across the UK, central government, public and private sector transport authorities, urban planners and leading logisticians who wish to receive critical insight and updates on the latest urban transportation technologies to invest in next.
The title is an essential and trusted source of news and opinion about the rapidly changing world of city transport and traffic innovation, and regularly
covers interesting and important topics such as urban logistics and last-mile delivery, clean air initiatives, electric vehicles, connected and autonomous vehicles, smart parking systems, mobility-as-a-service, micromobility and multi-modal transport solutions. Other key themes that are regularly covered include road user charging, tolling, intelligent transportation systems, congestion reduction and road safety.
The story doesn’t end there, though. CiTTi is more than a magazine, a website and even an exhibition. In 2017 the CiTTi Conference was launched in
Amsterdam and welcomed over 20 speakers and 70+ delegates from major cities such as Amsterdam, London, Helsinki and Barcelona to present, discuss and debate the latest industry developments enabling clean, safe and efficient movement in urban centres.
Since then, the CiTTi Conference has become a permanent fixture of the CiTTi brand offering, taking place not only alongside the annual exhibition – and now CiTTi Live – but also as part of the annual Road User Charging Conference in Brussels.
No matter the venue or event, CiTTi Conference has cultivated a reputation for attracting the biggest and best names from local authorities, transport ministries, consultancies and the highest levels of central government to provide unrivalled insight, exclusive case studies and thought-provoking debate on critical issues, emerging trends and future challenges affecting cities everywhere.
John Thornton, Editor, CiTTi Magazine
Why you need to be at CiTTi Live:
- Draws in all the key players from the industry to accelerate collaboration and support better delivery
- Situated in an excellent location which is easy to access
- Cost effective – it’s free to attend!
- Furthers debate and partnership working between infrastructure providers
Get involved with the exhibition on Social Media:
“The CiTTi seems like a good exposure to entities that are relevant to us. IT are companies engaging in the environment of delivery services. To see and understand the newest trends is crucial for IT solution providers such as SYGIC”
Tomas Michalik, Sales Director
“Was a very insightful exhibition, I liked the fact it is based on future solutions and technology based. Well varied talks and stands covering large aspects of transport and logistics. Also appreciate that the exhibition is free, and venue is very nice”.
James, Sustainable Transport Coordinator
Birmingham Airport Limited
“Interesting and useful introduction to City Transport innovation, useful networking opportunity at exhibition and introduction to SMEs/innovation.”
Dr Stephen Ayers, IM Manager
“Intimate environment. High quality attendees”
Anthony Hinde, Director
“Good show with relevant visitors, had some very good conversations”
Ross McGuinness, Business Development Manager
EVBox UK & Ireland
“Loqus had a good time at this show…
…We had the opportunity to have a good quality visitors.”
Altaf Samy, Customer Engagement Executive
“Really interesting and relevant exhibition for dealing with future travel demand.”
Richard Ward, Transport Planner (Retired)
Buckinghamshire Country Council
“Easy to get to by bus from MK Central
Good lecture space – not too much background noise
Excellent presentation on The Grid
Overall good selection of speakers / exhibitors”
Gordon Telling, Policy Director
Sustainable Freight Solutions
“Really useful and informative talks and good opportunities to speak to presenters and exhibitors”
Sandra Comerasamy, Performance and Programme Manager
“Thought-providing and interesting, knowledgeable speakers. I’m hoping this exhibition grows in scale and attendance and I’ll look forward to attending future events”
Paul Sewtes, Head of Business Development
CEVA Logistics Ltd
“Good location with interesting range of exhibitors and speakers”
Brian Hayward, Project Manager
“Show has been well organised with great free marketing opportunities beforehand. All staff have been quick to respond to queries and very friendly…
…It’s been much better organised than previous shows I have attended. We will certainly look to attend next year as it has opened us up to the smart cities market”
Sophie Earl, Marketing and Events Executive
“We have had some great discussions about our end to end solution combining h/ware, route analytics and navigation for delivery services”
Darren Munday, Transport & Manufacturing Account Manager
“An excellent and well targeted event. High quality, relevant attendees, actively supported by the event team to link exhibitors with buyers. All supported with a wide range of quality conference presentations.”
Steven Heape, UK Director
“Found the seminars particularly valuable, especially the talk by John Lewis, sharing the strategy and real numbers…”
Danielle Drozd, Innovation Manager
Kuehne + Nagel
“Acting as exhibition – great quality of leads.
Well – organised, relaxed”
Modestas Gliaudelis, Business Development Manager
EVBox UK & Ireland
“A good opportunity to catch up with firms I know and discover new ones with ideas and technology to make our cities smarter, cleaner and better.’
Peter McDonald, Travel and Transport Planning Officer
“Really interesting talks, have learned alot from the exhibitors also and make lots of useful contacts”
Lyndsey Brannen, Trainee Transport Planner
Milton Keynes Council
“Many interesting exhibitors that I haven’t seen before”
John Austin, Managing Consultant
“It was really good experience!”
Rasa Savickaite, Innovation Support
Kuehne + Nagel
“Really interesting seminars. Good update on latest trends”
Manuel Castillo, Solutions Engineer
Kuehne + Nagel