See you in 2025!

A look back at the Marrakech edition (March 2023) in a few figures:

  • 1,500 congress participants
  • 250 conference delegates
  • 48 countries
  • 25 CEOs and high-level executives
  • Ministers and high-ranking figures
  • 30 parallel sessions
  • 45% women
  • 30 sponsors and 50 exhibitors
  • 5 continents
  • 1 memorable gala dinner organised by ONCF
  • 4 days including an exclusive technical and cultural visit

Waiting for 2025, let’s keep in touch reading the brochure edited by UIC following the UIC World Congress on High-Speed Rail, highlighting the key messages:

The World Congress on High–Speed Rail is a UIC event which is held every 2-3 years. The Congress has been successfully convened for ten times since its first edition in 1992, and now is renowned worldwide as the most prominent and a large-scale global event on high–speed rail addressing both HSR operation and technology issues.

Participants include representatives from international railway organisations, government officials, executives of world-leading railway enterprises, senior HSR experts and managers, researchers and scholars, etc. The Congress will review and look at the current development of global HSRs, exhibit the latest state-of-the-art HSR technologies and form a vision on HSRs tomorrow. It will also provide a platform for dialogues and exchanges of HSR countries and set the direction for future HSR research and development, which will exert a profound influence on the future of HSRs.

The Congress will be organised around 3 main blocks: round tables and parallel sessions, where participants may have in-depth discussions and exchanges on the latest technologies and achievements of HSR planning, construction, technology & equipment, operation management and safety, etc. One entire day will be devoted to technical visits.

Over 1,500 representatives will come from around the world.

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