When?16-17-18 November 2016
Avenida Del Conscripto 311
Colonia Lomas de Sotelo. Delegación Miguel Hidalgo
11200 México D.F.
Intertraffic launches in Mexico!
Intertraffic Mexico will be the platform for companies within the traffic industry from around the globe, wanting to explore business opportunities in Mexico. Intertraffic Mexico will enable the establishment of partnerships, creation of alliances and sharing of best practices between local and international businesses.
|16 November||12:00 - 19:00 hours|
|17 November ||12:00 - 19:00 hours|
|18 November ||12:00 - 19:00 hours|
Business opportunities in the Mexican market
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America, the 14th economy in the world. GoldmanSachs predicts that Mexico’s economy will be the 5th in the world by 2050. To fulfill this ambition there has to be an upgrade in the transport infrastructure, something the Mexican government understands and is committed to. The current infrastructure plan of the Mexican government (2013-2018) consists of 149 projects with an investment of 30+ billion USD. Also Smart Mobility in Mexico will experience significant growth in the coming years.
Top reasons to exhibit at Intertraffic Mexico
- Find a local partner and generate alliances to create business opportunities in Mexico
- Access high level decision-makers and a large customer base
- Get up to speed with the latest developments in Mexico
- Monitor market demands in one of the most lucrative markets in the world
Mexico City Traffic Facts
"Mexico City is nowadays suffering the worst traffic jams in the world." Tom Tom (2016)
- 20 million people transport daily by bus, subway, cars, metrobús, etc.
- Subways transport 5 million people every day through its 195 stations
- In 2020 it is predicted that acquisition of vehicles will increase to 2.5 million
- Approximately 480,000 car accidents each year
- There are 5.5 million vehicles driving in CDMX
- In February 2015 97,558 cars were sold, in February 2016 110,770 cars were sold. That is a 13.5% increase
- On March 17, 2016, authorities of CDMX declared Phase 1 pollution alert. The pollution index at one point edged past 200
- On March 30, 2016, metropolitan authorities temporally ordered all cars to remain idle one day a week. They will also be forced from the roads one Saturday a month