The Transdev France teams were present at the Rencontres Nationales du Transport Public (RNTP), the most important trade fair for mobility players in France, which was held in Toulouse from 28 to 30 September with a stand full of discussions and conferences. Here’s a look back at a successful event.
Each year, the RNTP brings together mobility players to learn, share and discover this constantly evolving sector. Exhibitors from all areas of public transportation, rail, road and active mobility present their innovations in urban, interurban, regional and national travel.
This year, the event took place in Toulouse for the resumption of this industry highlight after the pandemic period. After more than a year without a professional event:
- 8,000 visitors took to the aisles of the MEET (Toulouse Exhibition Center) to exhibit, share, get information, and (re)discover a rapidly evolving sector;
- 166 exhibitors (including 30 new ones) and 12 start-ups presented their expertise and innovations;
- 50 journalists present;
- 900 people attended the Congress organized by GART and UTP.
A success for Transdev
For Transdev, this edition was a success with a stand that was very busy with 1,700 visitors during the 2 and a half days, and animated by expert and commercial teams that were strongly mobilized, micro-sessions that were expected and followed, a reinforced visibility on social media.
12 micro-sessions to present our expertise
Led by our experts, these micro-sessions brought together more than 500 participants to discuss key issues for the deployment of sustainable and efficient mobility:
– Hydrogen: a future energy for public transportation?
– Academy by Transdev: when training accelerates recruitment;
– Flowell: in Nantes, a dynamic lighted roadway for greater safety;
– Digital innovations to serve passengers;
– Revitalizing rail transportation by opening it up to competition;
– 7 levers to accelerate the return of passengers to public transportation;
– From passenger data to a tailored offer: Transdev’s exclusive methods and tools;
– Providing sustainable mobility solutions adapted to local needs;
– MaaS solutions: a service-based approach to mobility;
– Reinforcing security in public transit: a major challenge for returning ridership;
– MobiMe: digital services for drivers;
– Mixité@Transdev: how to make our jobs more attractive.