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It was fantastic to be a part of the ITF Summit in May this year, seeing and reconnecting with old and new friends from all over the world.

Our key focusses during the event were to support member countries to eliminate high-risk roads, empower transport safety insights through shared data, and financing equitable, green and safe road infrastructure world-wide and in Europe.

The 2023 Annual Summit of the International Transport Forum (ITF), took place in Leipzig, Germany, from 24 to 26 May, under the Presidency of the United Kingdom.

The Summit of the International Transport Forum is the largest gathering of transport ministers and the world’s premier transport policy event.

Themed Transport Enabling Sustainable Economies, the 2023 edition under the Presidency of the United Kingdom brought more than 1 200 participants from over 80 countries and 63 government delegations to Leipzig, Germany, from 24 to 26 May 2023.

The ITF team have just released a 2023 Summit Highlights in Pictures which you can access here

iRAP’s involvement included:

A summary of all substantive outputs from the Summit and session summaries, video recordings, images and other resources are available on the Summit website:

The full selection of official photos from the event is available here:

We would like to thank the ITF team for a fantastic event this year and look forward to meeting everyone at the next event!

Useful resources for ITF Member Countries and Media:

iRAP’s Global Policy Advisory Committee Meeting

iRAP’s Global Policy Advisory Committee Meeting

Ana Maria Pinto sharing IDB priority on safety for children in cities and in particular under privileged areas 

Said Dahdah, Head of GRSF & Global Lead Road Safety, World Bank sharing the recent US$3.6 billion of investment in road safety by the multilateral development banks 

iRAP delegation meeting with Minister for Transport Chile – Juan Carlos Munoz

Greg Smith presenting on CycleRAP at ITF 2023 Open Stage Cafe

Journalists from the USA, Argentina, Singapore, Argentina, Chile, Philippines and Australia interview Greg Smith and Samar Abouraad 

Greg Smith presenting at UK ITF Presidency booth on UK RAP 

Rob McInerney speaking at the Financing Equitable, Green and Safe Transport Panel Session

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