Speaking slot

Jan Reinier van Angeren and Rein van Helden speak about the financing of public transport

Jan Reinier van Angeren and Rein van Helden speak about the financing of public transport

Jan Reinier van Angeren and Rein van Helden speak about the financing of public transport

28.03.2018 NL law

On Wednesday 28 March, Jan Reinier van Angeren and Rein van Helden will speak at the Mobility Fast Forward event on the financing of public transport.

During their presentation, Jan Reinier and Rein will highlight the opportunities in the current system, government stimulation, sustainable public transport and adequate financing.

Practical information:
Date: 28 March 2018 (09.30 - 17.00 hours)
Location: Media Plaza, Jaarbeurs Utrecht
For more information or to register, please go to: https://www.mobilityffwd.nl/

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