MEDELLÍN, VENUE FOR THE TRAFIC LATIN AMERICAN CITIES FORUM

From 13 – 15 June, Medellín, capital of the Colombian region of Antioquía, will host the Cities Forum, as it is a city that has experienced the most significant transformation and urban development in recent times, with optimum mobility criteria.

Organised by IFEMA, Cities Forum: Dialogues from Medellín, will bring together institutions and agencies responsible for urban management from different areas, particularly focusing on dialogue and debate, with the aim of promoting the development of new projects for Colombia and Latin America. In terms of Spain’s presence, a dozen speakers will travel to the country to outline the advances being made in Spanish cities. From governments and cities and companies alike.

Among the issues that will be addressed in the programme during the Medellín forum, are “Partnerships and cities working online. The 2030 Agenda”; “Urban re-naturalisation, the new green city”; “Sustainable mobility and access for everyone”; “New urban infrastructures for new city planning”; and “New urban economies, social innovation and active societies”.

Furthermore, the first edition of TRAFIC Latin America in Medellín will be held, with over 80 stands, 20 national and international speakers and with planning for over 4000 visitors, the event will bring together various sectors including mobility, safety, sustainability and innovation, together with urban planning. TRAFIC Latin America is one step further in the internationalisation of the International Safe and Secure Mobility Exhibition, a leading event for the industry in Spain and which will hold its next edition from 8 – 11 October in the Feria de Madrid exhibition centre.

A bigger and better transformation and urban development with optimal mobility criteria.