UITP Asia-Pacific Committee
May 1993, Sydney (Australia), as a committee of International Association of Public Transport (UITP). Became part of Asia-Pacific Division, established in 1993 as the first regional division of UITP, following restructuring of UITP in 1999.
Promote public transport throughout the Asia-Pacific region; provide opportunities for UITP members in the Asia-Pacific region to share experience and information and to study issues related to their specific needs; reinforce the voice and involvement of the Asia-Pacific on the development of public transport on a world-wide level and for the benefit of the international membership of UITP.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes Asia-Pacific Congress and Exhibition (every 2 years). Working Groups on ad hoc issues can be set up to suit specific interests of members in the region. The following have been set up since 1999: Y2K Issues; Air Quality Improvement; Integrated Transport; Environmental Issues; Railway Safety Management; Public Transport Operator's Preparation in Tackling Epidemic Diseases Common to the Region. Organizes: study tours; Sustainable Development Seminar.
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Members in 11 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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