14 - 16 NOVEMBER 2023
Benefit from the opportunities in the mobility industry in Mexico!

redesign of the urban mobility infrastructure

8 - 10 November 2022

Redesigning the urban infrastructure and mobility planning are key priorities for the local authorities in Latin America. With an urgent need to upgrade mobility infrastructure, the Mexican Government has announced several multimillion-dollar investment projects for the coming years. Road safety, expansion and maintenance of the mobility infrastructure are high on the agenda as well as enhancing public transport and developing micro-mobility infrastructure. 

Achieving sustainable urban mobility, which includes the road safety plan in order to meet the objectives of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, is one of the great challenges for medium and large cities.

The conference
The Intertraffic Mexico International Conference Program integrates the different actors involved in urban mobility to present advances and goals achieved, show success stories, and propose possible solutions that favour solving the problems that arise in different cities. From Mexico and Latin America.

During Intertraffic Mexico 2022 leading international and national companies, and public and private institutions will share their knowledge, technology and solutions for smart and safe mobility with (local) authorities and other stakeholders from Latin America. During three days the following topics will be addressed:

  • Smart Mobility: worldwide trends in autonomous, connected, electric and shared mobility
  • Road Safety: internationally proven concepts for safe roads and vision zero
  • Urban Mobility: integrated approach to city infrastructure, mobility planning and public transport

Congress pricing


TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 8                                    WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 9                                  THURSDAY - NOVEMBER 10

* Programme subject to change
** To be confirmed

Tuesday November 8

9:30 - 11:00 hrs

Opening Ceremony

  • José Navarro, General Director, Tarsus México
  • Joyce de Winter, Director Intertraffic Worldwide Events, Rai Amsterdam
  • Arturo Cervantes, President, ANASEVI
  • Wilfred Mohr, Ambassador of the Netherlands in Mexico
  • Carlo van de Weijer, General Manager Eindhoven AI systems Institute
  • Etienne Krug, Director of the Department of Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland (video message)
  • María Seguí Gómez, International Consultant on Road Safety and Injury Prevention, World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland (video message)
  • Salomón Chertorivski, Deputy, Chamber of Deputies **
  • Andrés Lajous, Head, Secretary of Mobility of Mexico City (SEMOVI, CDMX)

The influence of AI on the future of mobility 

  • Carlo van de Weijer, General Manager Eindhoven AI systems Institute 
Intertraffic Award 2022 Winner Presentation

11:15 - 12:15 hrs


Mexico faces an enormous challenge to modernize and generate infrastructure to make mobility safe and sustainable for all; therefore, the federal government and some states have announced projects with millions of dollars in investments for the coming years. In our second panel of activities, we will learn about the characteristics of emblematic infrastructures, such as the AIFA and the programs developed by Mexico City and the state of Jalisco, which combine elements aimed at integrated multi-mobility, road safety, the use of its and the improvement of public transportation, among others.

  • International Airport Felipe Angeles
    Isidoro Pastor, Managing Director,International Airport Felipe Angeles (Aifa)
  • Interconnection with the AIFA, a strategic project that promotes mobility
    Rubén López, General Director, Aleatica México
  • Sustainable Mobility Program in The State of Jalisco
    Diego Monraz, Head of Transportation, Government of The State of Jalisco
  • Progress On Mexico City's Integrated Mobility Program 2019-2024
    Andrés Lajous, Head, Secretariat of Mobility of Mexico City (SEMOVI, CDMX) **

Moderator: Carina Arvizu, Director of Cities, WRI for Mexico and Colombia

12:15 - 13:00 hrs

Accelerating urban mobility, implementing ITS

The use of ITS contributes significantly to improve safety and efficiency in land transportation, facilitating the control, management and monitoring of road trips. In this panel we will learn about some of the experiences of ITS use in other countries, as well as the use of existing applications in Mexico, such as LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) and WIM (Weight in Motion).

  • Carlo van de Weijer - General Manager Eindhoven AI Systems Institute, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Transforming mobility in Mexico with LiDAR applications
          Jose Carlos Santillanes, Director in Mexico, VanJee Technology

    Moderator: José Azcárate, President, ITS Mexico

13:00 - 13:45 hrs

Made in Mexico - transition to Electric Vehicles

Electromobility has become a priority issue in countries committed to mitigating climate change and has positioned itself dynamically as a viable technology for the transportation industry in Mexico with a variety of technologies, suppliers and business models. This block will explain the differences between electric vehicles and internal combustion vehicles; the challenges and opportunities in the implementation of electric vehicles in Mexico will be presented, as well as the organizational challenge within transportation and logistics companies to manage the change and reconfiguration of their internal functions and structures to achieve the goals of decarbonization and ESG from the experience of pioneers of this transition in Mexico.

  • Electromobility as a priority issue for countries interested in mitigating climate change 
    Juan Manuel Adame, Engineering Chassis Component Development Leader, Stellantis Mexico
  • Infrastructure required for the implementation of electric vehicles
    Miguel Ángel Sánchez, Manager of Air Conditioning Lines for Electric Vehicles, General Motors Mexico
  • Organizational challenges and practical advances in the decarbonization of transportation in Mexico
    Jorge Suárez, Founder, GreenRocket
Moderator: Javier Izquierdo, Professor and Researcher,Tecnológico de Monterrey

13:45 - 14:30 hrs

Connectivity & Big Data

The use of Big Data and the possibility of having road and transportation infrastructure interconnected in real time is changing the paradigm of road and transportation management in Latin America. In this panel, we will be able to identify some of the great advantages and opportunities that come with the use of real-time information (Big Data), as well as the challenges to bring to a new standard of connectivity and use of information, road and transport infrastructure in Latin America.

  • Real-Time Data: The future in now
    Rocio Rodríguez, LATAM Regional Manager, MetroCount
  • Integrated mobility solutions for Mexico
    Adonis Muñoz, Commercial Director, Kapsch Mexico
  • Cutting-Edge Technologies for Smart Cities in Mexico
    Luis Rodríguez, Partner Account Manager, GEOTAB**
    Patricio Sepulveda, Business Development Engineer, Trinity Highway International, Inc. and Manufacturas Carmen advisor
Moderator: Edgar Pineda, General Director, P&R Consultores


Connectivity & Welcome lunch (attendees with ticket)

Wednesday November 9

10:00 - 11:00 HRS

Sustainable Urban Mobility Systems

Sustainable urban mobility is an effective and efficient transport concept that prioritizes accessibility to improve quality of life in the long term. Achieving optimum use of the existing infrastructure, implementing systems such as the bicycle as an essential part of mobility, a modality with successful results aimed at inhabitants, tourists, which facilitates mobility and is very sustainable.

  • The necessary role of municipalities in managing mobility and road safety: from regulations to plans supported by ITS (video message)
    Francisco Alonso, Director, University Institute of Traffic and Road Safety Research (INTRAS, Spain)
  • How cycling improves the livability of cities (video conference)
    Nout Ramaekers, Program Manager, Dutch Cycling Embassy 
  • New Law of Mobility, Road Safety and Transportation of the State of Jalisco
    Monica Magaña, Deputy, LXIII Legislature Jalisco, Congress of the State of Jalisco
  • Ecobici as a public transportation system 
    Guillermo J. Ávila, General Director of Road Safety and Sustainable Urban Mobility Systems, SEMOVI - Mexico City 

Moderator: Arturo Cervantes, President, ANASEVI

11:15 - 12:15 HRS


We are facing a paradigm shift in which the concept of safe mobility no longer refers exclusively to the physical safety of people. Other factors now come into play in this definition, such as operational security, preventive security, infrastructure security or cybersecurity. It is time to prepare for the Road Safety of the future, which is already a reality. This session talks about the close collaboration of private initiative.

  • Mapfre Foundation's experience in road safety 
    Itzel Contreras, Director, Mapfre Mexico Foundation
  • Road safety and safer vehicles in Mexico
  • Experience of the Mexican Red Cross promoting road safety
    Pitichi Rivadeneyra, National Prevention Coordinator, Mexican Red Cross*

Moderator: Fernanda Espinosa, Director, Aleatica Foundation for Road Safety

12:15 - 13:00 HRS

isthmus of tehuantepec interoceanic corridor 

Achieve laying the foundations for comprehensive, sustainable and inclusive development in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, adding the logistics platform called Interoceanic Corridor as an alternative to the transfer of goods on world trade routes. Benefits and challenges involved in this great six-year work.

  • Tehuantepec Isthmus Interoceanic Corridor Project
    Rafael Marin, General Director, Interoceanic Corridor
  • Infrastructure and mitigation in Coatzacoalcos
    Amado Cruz, Mayor, Coatzacoalcos
  • Infrastructure and mitigation in Salina Cruz
    Daniel Méndez, Mayor, Salina Cruz 
Moderator: Héctor J. Rabadán, Technical Director, Federal Roads and Bridges (CAPUFE)

13:00 - 13:45 hrs

investment funds to strenghten mobility

The need to invest in more sustainable and accessible public transport options is clear. However, to better guide investment decision-making in urban transport, both for the public and private sectors, it is key to understand how such investments have impacted people's lives, beyond saving travel time.

  • Implementation and promotion of responsible investment processes
    Manuel Rodríguez, General Director, Ainda, Energy & Infrastructure
  • Financing mechanisms for mobility and infrastructure projects in Mexico
    Fernando Tehuintle, Director of Transportation Projects, National Bank of Works and Services (BANOBRAS)
  • CABEI financial promoter and strategic ally of Electro-mobility in the región
    Marcelo Hernández, Head of Regional Projects, Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI)

Moderator: Claudio Varano, International Consultant in Mobility and Transportation projects

13:45 - 14:30 HRS

Technological innovations and infrastructures for sustainable mobility

Know and learn about the latest innovations in Mexico in technology against toll evasion on highways, vehicle identification and about obtaining information related to the weight of vehicles circulating on highways.

  • Physical barriers to combat toll evasion on Mexican highways
    Enrico Iacoi, General Director, RSeguridad
  • Vehicle Technology: Fast, secure and non-proprietary long-distance identification
    Susana Gallegos, Regional Director for Latin America, STID LATAM
  • Safe Mobility, vehicle weight assessment 
    Víctor M. Mendoza, Specialized Advisor, Acciona Ingeniería y Desarrollo Empresarial
Moderator: Daniel Zuluaga Holguín, Business Development Director - LATAM, Vitronic

16:00 - 17:00 HRS


Documenting the intangible effects of cycling, Embassy of The Netherlands

Thursday November 10

09:30 - 11:00 hrs

General Law on Mobility and Road Safety - UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021 -2030

In March 2010, the UN General Assembly proclaimed the period 2011-2020 as the Decade of Action for Road Safety, whose general objective was to stabilize and eventually reduce the number of fatalities due to vehicle accidents in the world. The Mobility and Road Safety Law, which was already published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF), allows Mexico to advance in meeting the Sustainable Development objectives of the 2030 Agenda, such as promoting inclusion and reducing the number of deaths and injuries caused by road accidents, let us know the progress and new challenges of this decade.

  • Advances in the United Nations Global Road Safety Report 2023 (video message)
    International Consultant on Road Safety and Injury Prevention, World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland 
  • Challenges for the second Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021 - 2030 in Mexico
    PAHO in Mexico**
  • Objectives and challenges of the new National Strategy for Mobility and Road Safety
    Javier Garduño Arredondo, Head of the Planning and Institutional Development Unit, SEDATU** 
  • Development of a national IoT monitoring network for bridges and viaducts: the case of Italy
    Carlo Renalletta, CEO, Nplus
  • Road Safety and Governance
    Ana Villarreal, Manager of Public Policy and Road Safety, ITDP
Moderator: Arturo Cervantes, President, ANASEVI

11:15 - 12:15 HRS

National Assembly CONASYR - Association of Local Authorities of Mexico (AALMAC)

  • Investiture

12:15 - 13:00 HRS

Mobility, Planning & Urban Development

The binomial Mobility and Urban Development have become relevant aspects in the planning of urban areas to really favor social, economic, political, educational, cultural interactions, making them competitive factors that contribute to the quality of life of the population, hence the importance of this panel, in which you will have the opportunity to learn about the experiences in Puebla, Jalisco and Mexico City.

  • National Strategy for Mobility and Road Safety 2022 – 2030
    Roxana Montealegre, Director of Mobility, Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development of Mexico City (SEDATU, CDMX)
  • Mobility, Planning and Sustainable Urban Development
    Francisco Noé Ortiz, Director of Non-Motorized Mobility, Government of the State of Puebla
  • Comprehensive planning process for the development of a city
    Democratic and Prospective Planning Institute of Mexico City (IPDP, CDMX)

Moderator: Miriam Téllez, Researcher and Professor, UACM y UNAM

13:00 - 13:45 HRS

Mobility as a service and public transport

The concept of "Mobility as a Service" (MaaS) is precisely the combination of these shared mobility trends with public transport. This approach offers door-to-door mobility options without reliance on private vehicles by combining the various public and shared mobility options. MaaS implies a total paradigm shift in the way transportation services are delivered and business models are executed.

  • Challenges of road culture in Jalisco's public transportation system
    Rocio Espinoza Morquecho, Director of Road Culture, Ministry of Transportation of Jalisco
  • Before Maas, shared mobility 
    Javier Amozurrutia, Founder, Mazmobi
  • MaaS Latam - Mobility as a Service in Latam, Loja Case – Ecuador
    Bruno Valarezo, CEO, Clipp
Moderator: Claudio Varano, International Consultant in Mobility and Transportation projects

13:45 - 14:30 HRS

Best municipal mobility practices

There are many municipalities that work and develop plans to achieve greater and better mobility - connectivity, let us know first-hand the best practices that are being carried out in these municipalities, the great challenges they have faced and the benefits they have achieved for their communities, are examples of success.

  • Municipal Connectivity Projects to the Felipe Ángeles International Airport "AIFA"
    Mariela Gutierrez, City Council, Tecámac 
  • Sustainable Mobility
    Susana A. Ángeles, City Council, Tizayuca Hidalgo 
  • Metrobus extensión
    Armando Quintero, Mayor, Iztacalco 
Moderator: Daniel Octavio Fajardo, Undersecretary of Urban Development and Housing, Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (SEDATU)**