Connectivity, Safety and Decarbonization are the key themes at the 5th Annual Future of Transport Conference

21 January 2020

The Future of Transport conference will return to Brussels for its 5th consecutive year on 3 March 2020 in the Thon EU Hotel, Brussels. We are pleased to announce that this year’s event will be opened by Henrik Hololei, Director-General of DG MOVE and Ditte Juul Jørgensen, Director-General of DG ENERGY from the European Commission.

Gathering over 200 policymakers and key industry stakeholders, we will debate the critical pillars of EU transport policy, explore the role technology will play in achieving our vision for the future of mobility, and discuss what we can expect from the next five years of EU policymaking under the leadership of the new Commission in this sector.

This year’s conference will have significant focus on connected and automated vehicles and the developments in the WiFi-CV2X debate, transport safety and in particular how technology and transport policy can make a difference, and finally climate change and decarbonization where the debate ranges from UN-level politics to fuel types to technology. Our delegates will have the opportunity to network with transport experts from the European Commission, Arriva, BMW, Huawei and SAP to name a few.

You can view our full programme and confirmed speaker line-up at