Pan-African mobility stakeholders to headline 2nd edition of Lagos Transport Fest

Lagos Transport Fest

The 2nd edition of the annual Lagos Transport Fest is set to hold between 15th-16th of December 2020 in hybrid form at the Civic Center, Lagos, Nigeria. The event is annually organized by

Building on the successes from the flagship edition last year, the event has grown to become West Africa’s meeting place for the Transport Industry. Transportation occupies a center stage in global economies and is regarded as an avenue for raising productivity and enhancing overall economic growth.

This year’s edition of Lagos Transport Fest will play host to key mobility stakeholders across Road, Rail and Port ecosystem. It will consider a range of key focus areas within the mobility ecosystem. The event will spotlight thoughts across Road, Rail, Logistics and Port ecosystem that will define infrastructural requirements, Digital tools and public-private partnerships that will finance mobility projects and enable the equitable movement of people and goods. To do this, Conversations will be centred on- How Public and Private sector mobility providers are retooling their operating model in line with COVID-19 realities, PPP’s as a catalyst for funding Transport Infrastructure, Railing up to a connected Africa, Exploring the intersection of Policy, Investment and Infrastructure within the Ports ecosystem, Future of Payments and Ticketing for West Africa’s mobility ecosystem, Accelerating Economic recovery through a resilient port and logistics sector amongst other key focus areas.

Confirmed speakers at the event includes; Engr Chidi Izuwah, DG, Infrastructure Concession and Regulatory Commission, Dr Obafemi Hamzat, Deputy Governor, Lagos State, Paul Comfort, Vice President, Business Development, Trapeze Group, Yewande Sadiku, E.S/CEO, Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission, Dr Frederick Oladeinde, Commissioner for Transportation, Lagos, Hassan Bello, E.S/CEO, Nigerian Shippers Council, Engr Abimbola Akinajo, MD, LAMATA, Damilola Olokesusi, CEO, Shuttlers, Justin Coetzee, CEO, GoMetro, Maretha Britz, MD, Trapeze South Africa, Seyi Osiyemi, Chief Specialist ( Buses), Road and Transport Authority, Dubai, Fola Tinubu, CEO, Primero, Ziad Hamoui, President, Borderless Alliance Ghana, Don Okoth, Co-Founder, Sendy, Tunji Adeyemi, Senior Associate, Shipping, Aviation and International Trade, Banwo & Ighodalo, Stanley Anetoh, Head Digital Solutions, Transport Payment Solution, Jan Štorek, Mikroelektronika, Engr Remi Adewunmi, Director, Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology, Hio Sola-Usidame, Founder, OnePort 365 amongst other key stakeholders.

Members of the public can register to attend via

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