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CityTrans China 2004
17 - 19 November 2004, Shanghai Everbright Convention and Exhibition Centre

Call for Papers
Deadline for submission 15 May 2004
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Conference Organised by
National University of Singapore and Tongji University, China

Supported by
Institute of Transportation, Tsinghua University; Intelligent Transportation Society, Singapore; MSI Global Pte Ltd; Pavement Engineering Society of Singapore; Shanghai City Comprehensive Transportation Planning Institute; Shanghai Institute of Transportation Engineering; Shanghai Urban Planning Administration Bureau; Shanghai Urban Transport Bureau


Since 1991, a highly successful conference series CityTrans Asia has been organised for 5 presentations in Singapore to promote sound planning and practice in urban planning and traffic management. By having a strong focus on actual experience of cities around the world, with emphasis on case studies that have great application potential in Asia, the conference has emerged as one which is unique in its ability to attract major players in the field of urban planning and traffic management, and bring participants from the industry, government agencies, and tertiary research institutions.

It is of great significance that we are now initiating a parallel conference series CityTrans China, having the same unique format to be held in China. China is one of the fastest growing infrastructure investment markets in the world. Statistics show that economic losses caused by traffic congestion and accidents amount to 2 per cent of gross domestic product each year. Opportunities abound for investments in roads, road related services, railway operations, terminals, ports and provision of other infrastructure projects are bolstered by China's ascension to World Trade Organisation and winning of the Olympics Games bid. Hence, It is timely and fitting to organise CityTrans China 2004 against this backdrop of sustaining economic development and urbanisation.

This unique multi-disciplinary conference aims to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and experience on issues, challenges and solutions in the traffic, urban planning and infrastructure sectors.

The Conference Organising Committee invites you to share your experience and expertise with our distinguished delegates by presenting a paper at the conference. We welcome you to join us and look forward to your participation at this internationally acclaimed event.

Yap Lai Cheng
Event Manager
MP Asia Pte Ltd
On behalf of CityTrans China 2004 Conference Organising Committee


  • Over 100 leading manufacturers and suppliers involving in urban and transportation planning, intelligent transport systems, traffic management and facilities management
  • Facilities Management & Planning - Achieving & maintaining a more sustainable city by CPG Facilities Management
  • Plenary sessions by prominent guest speakers from Europe, USA, Singapore and China
  • Concurrent tracks on traffic, urban planning and policy and development
  • Network with 600 high-level government officials, academics, transport and urban professionals from the region

For more information, please contact:
MP Asia Pte Ltd
Tel : (65) 6297 2822
Fax: (65) 6296 2670
Email: [email protected]
20 Kallang Avenue, 2nd Floor, Pico Creative Centre, Singapore 339411

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