CiTTi Conference 2017, Amsterdam

CiTTi Conference 2017: bringing together transport and traffic innovation concepts for the growing cities of the world

Metropolitan living is on the rise and according to the United Nations; over 60% of the worlds population will be city dwellers by 2030. With this in mind and the importance of getting around a city safely and ensuring we safe guard our environment the City Transport & Traffic Innovation (CiTTi) Conference was launched.

Join us in Amsterdam on the 27th and 28th of September 2017 where the CiTTi Conference will delve deeper into the way we get around our cities, how Smart Cities are rising in popularity and the Governments pledge to reduce diesel vehicles. CiTTi Conference will explore the latest industry developments and future thinking from around the major cities such as Amsterdam, London, Helsinki, Barcelona and how they are working with local authorities to ensure they are using technology and innovation to get people around.

2017 Conference:

See what the innovators of transport have in store for us when it comes to fuel alternatives, tower parking and means of mediating traffic. To see a full list of topics download the agenda here.


Join the experts at the CiTTi Conference taking place on the 27-28th September, Amsterdam. Register today and get the special early bird discount.

Our Event Partners:

Thank you to all of our event partners. If you would like to find out more about your sponsorship opportunities, please contact Gerald Okullo


Sponsorship Opportunities:                     Gerald Okullo
Speaking Opportunities:                           Maria Highland

2017 Speakers

Graham Ellis

Council Member

Association of European Transport

Jon Harris

International Professional Development Co-ordinator

CILT International

Ron Van Der Lans

Programme Manager - Open and Big Data

City of Amsterdam

Päivi Pekkanen

City Engineer - Sustainable Mobility and Urban Space Development

City of Imatra

Lia Hsu

Project Manager


James Padden

Head of Roads Technology Strategy

Department for Transport

Steve Coulson



Ronald Soemers

Municipality of Tilburg

Mark Frequin

Director General for Mobility and Transport

Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment

Lisette Hoeke

Project Manager

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences

Vaclav Lukes

Mobility Specialist

Prague City Hall

Pieter van der Stoep

Account Manager Connected and Automated Vehicles


Dr Thomas Vanoutrive


Research Group for Urban Development, Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp

Alexander Borg

Director/Managing Consultant

Support & Supply Management Group Ltd

Cornelia Dinka


Sustainable Amsterdam

Nico Zornig

Director, Smart Cities


Julia Poliscanova

Clean Vehicles Manager

Transport and Environment

Dr Sven Maerivoet

Senior Researcher

Transport and Mobility Leuven

Dr Lucy Mahoney

Principle Strategy Planner - Road Safety

Transport for London

Jean-Marie Carrara


University of Lille

Edouard Barreiro

Public Affairs Director West Europe