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Traffic management event to be held in Moscow in April
Expotraffic, the 3rd international exhibition for traffic management will open its doors at a Moscow exhibition centre in April 2015.
Investment in the road transport infrastructure in the Russian Federation is accelerating at a rapid pace with Government led programmes to replace aging and inefficient highway networks and improve safety and efficiency for both freight and passenger transport across the country’s vast territory.
The Expotraffic event to be held in the country’s capital, Moscow, provides exhibitors with an opportunity to connect with Russian delegates representing the traffic management, highways operation and parking sectors. Attendees will be looking towards established suppliers of goods and services to assist them in the complex task of improving the road network across the Federation.
The event will share venue space with two other co-located events relating to the transport industry, INTERtunnel and TransCon. INTERtunnel will cover the construction and operation of tunnels and underground spaces and TransCon provides visitors with insight into the construction industry as it relates to the transport infrastructure segment.
The 7th Transport Congress will also take place at the event to discuss the latest developments in transport strategy and infrastructure policy in Russia. Attendance provides admission to all co-located events.
The 3rd International Exhibition for Traffic Management will take place from 27th to 29th April 2015 at the VDNKh All-Russia Exhibition Centre in Moscow.