8 - 10 NOVEMBER 2022

Get ready to speed up the mobility transition in Latin America

Intertraffic Mexico

Join the leading trade event for mobility in Latin America | 8-10 November 2022

Intertraffic Mexico will host a wide range of both domestic and international companies supplemented with unique presentations, workshops and conferences with industry leading companies. Incorporating a top notch ITS congress.

Join 3 action-packed days that provide the ideal platform to make profitable business relationships, exchange ideas and learn all about opportunities in this specific region for the traffic & mobility technology.

Global solutions in demand

With an urgent need to upgrade mobility infrastructure, the Mexican Government has announced several multi million dollar investment projects for the coming years. Maintenance and expansion are high on the agenda for highways and bridges as well as public transport and micromobility infrastructure. Urban infrastructure redesign and planning is also a top priority.

Latest mobility technology news about Mexico


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MEXICAN & LATAM MARKET

Are you looking for mobility solutions in Latin America? Mexico is the second-largest economy in Latin America. Latin America is one of the regions with the highest urbanization rates in the world (about 80%). Therefore it is essential to identify which strategies are most effective in reducing (the costs of) congestion and improving accessibility, in order to improve the general public’s quality of life and productivity. Join Intertraffic in Mexico City to find new partners, meet with manufacturers, distributors and investors.

Coronavirus update

We, RAI Amsterdam and Tarsus, as organizers of Intertraffic Mexico, are closely following developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are in contact with specialized institutions and the Mexican government, and any measures required will be taken in consultation with them. Our priority is always on safeguarding health and safety. Find more information about the vaccination status in Mexico.

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