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  1. 1. Book before 18 July 2010 to save up to US $720 KUWAIT Promoting cost-effective and timely urban transportation projects and practices in Kuwait International summit: 11 - 12 October 2010 Interactive workshops: 10 & 13 October 2010 Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Al Bida’a, Salmiya, Kuwait Speakers in the spotlight: Key benefits of attending: • Abdulaziz Al-Kulaib, Deputy Minister, • Examine Kuwait’s new transportation mega projects Ministry of Public Works, Kuwait • Bryan Willey, Regional Director, Atkins • Explore the scope of Kuwait’s new metro and rail projects • Said Gharbieh, Director UK and MENA, Ove Arup & Partners • Hashem Al-Tabtabaei, Technical Teams Director, Partnerships • Understand the benefits of RFID technology in transportation Technical Bureau, Ministry of Finance, Kuwait and Coordinator, Kuwait Metro and Rail Committee • Examine the PPP requirements for Kuwaiti rail and • Mohammed Serroukh, Director General, ITS Arab metro projects • Abraham Akkawi, Head of PPP Advisory Services, Ernst & Young • Jeffrey De Lange, Deputy Managing Director, Gulf Consult • Listen to alternative approaches to road maintenance • Andrew Clarke, Senior Transportation Planner, and auditing Abu Dhabi Department of Transport, UAE • Dr. Wassim Raad, Head of RFID Program, • Learn how to improve planning and ensure sustainability King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA in major projects • Richard Di Bona, Director, LLA Consultancy, Hong Kong • Discover the latest technologies in ITS • Dr. Mostafa Abo-Hashema, Associate Professor and Pavement Consultant, UAE University • Steven Miller, Managing Director, FX Fowle • Develop creative strategies to supplement urban transportation pathways • John McSheen, Regional Head of Planning & Transportation, Atkins • Analyse initiatives to encourage the adoption of • Prof. Dr. Kim Jraiw, Project Manager, UN National and public transport usage Integrated Transport Strategy 2010 - 2020 for Kuwait For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae www.urbantransportationkuwait.com Sponsors: Media partners: Researched and developed by:
  2. 2. Essential interactive workshops Sunday 10 and Wednesday 13 October 2010 KUWAIT IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valuable time with industry experts. These interactive sessions are extended to ensure that you will get to the heart of the conference’s most critical issues and uncover practical solutions you can apply in your own company. Sunday 10 October 2010, 09:00 - 16:00 Wednesday 13 October 2010, 09:00 - 12:00 Pre-conference Post-conference half day workshop B: full day workshop A: Investigating the use of RFID technology in Successfully deploying next transportation infrastructure generation Intelligent Transport This session will guide government officials, engineers and planning Systems (ITS) in the Arab region consultants through a step by step introduction to RFID technology in This workshop session will provide the transportation systems. Case studies of RFID technology in transportation opportunity for engineers, consultants will also be examined, with explanations of how these are applicable to and government officials to enhance transportation pathways in Kuwait and the wider GCC. their knowledge of ITS. It will also include Benefits of attending: examples of how the next generation of • Implementing RFID in access control and transportation ITS is thriving in the Arab region and the • Using RFID as a toll payment system in transportation huge potential for its applicability within • Understanding the business case for utilizing RFID technology the GCC. • Underlying fundamental limitations of the technology Benefits of attending: • Offering hands on experience in designing RFID systems and demonstrations • Assessing the benefits of ITS Workshop facilitator: management and information systems Dr. Wassim Raad, Head of RFID Program, King Fahd University • Investigating the role and applicability of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA of ITS architecture and standards • Learning how to manage ITS Wednesday 13 October 2010, 13:00 – 16:00 deployments efficiently and effectively • Understanding the future trend of Post-conference half day workshop C: intelligent vehicles and their potential Achieving best practice in asset management in the Arab region This session will guide road engineers and government officials in Workshop facilitator: understanding the concepts and principles of asset management and its Mohammed Serroukh, Director General, ability to deliver high level transportation objectives ITS Arab Benefits of attending: • Assessing the experience of asset management in trunk, primary, local and secondary roads in the UK • Evaluating asset management tools to support decision making • Implementing asset management: Gap analysis and action plans • Learning the data requirements and support tools for asset management • Determining the life cycle planning and potential benefitsWorkshop Workshop facilitator: Jason Williams, Technical Director for Infrastructure, Middle East & India, Atkins IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s large scale conferences are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major cities across six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences. www.iqpc.ae Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Web: www.urbantransportationkuwait.com
  3. 3. Conference day one Monday 11 October 2010 KUWAIT 08:30 Registration and coffee 12:30 Summit lunch with networking opportunity 08:45 Chair’s welcome and opening speech 13:30 Ensuring planning is consistent with population growth and infrastructure development Urban transportation in Kuwait: The shape of things to come • Investigating sustainability strategies to ensure infrastructure longevity 09:00 Keynote presentation: Current trends and mega projects • Achieving success in sustainable project planning within in the Kuwaiti transportation sector tight deadlines • Examining opportunities presented by increased • Maintaining responsibility for projects after completion infrastructure spending John McSheen, Regional Head of Planning and Transportation, • Investigating Kuwait’s transportation mega projects Atkins • Reviewing the recent achievements and projects of the Ministry of Public Works 14:00 Urban transportation challenges facing decision Abdulaziz Al-Kulaib, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Public makers in Kuwait Works, Kuwait • Assessing the increase in transportation problems related to population and economic growth 09:30 Delivering the metro and rail projects in Kuwait: • Understanding the Kuwait National and Integrated Transport A financial perspective Strategy 2010 - 2020 • Understanding the origins of the current and planned rail • Incorporating political support and moving away from and metro projects traditional transportation practices • Developing an efficient, safe, and economically viable • Uncovering the roles of the Partnerships Technical Bureau, sustainable transport system Ministry of Communications and Kuwait Municipality Prof. Dr. Kim Jraiw, Project Manager, UN National and • Reviewing PPP project arrangements for the metro and rail Integrated Transport Strategy 2010 - 2020 for Kuwait networks under Law 7/2008 • Assessing the current status, lessons learned and future plans 14:30 Investigating Kuwait’s National Transport Strategy for rail and metro projects in Kuwait • Understanding how sustainability is incorporated in Hashem Al-Tabtabaei, Technical Teams Director, Partnerships PANEL DISCUSSION transport strategies Technical Bureau, Ministry of Finance, Kuwait and • Successfully integrating population growth and Coordinator, Kuwait Metro and Rail Committee transportation solutions • Ensuring Kuwait maintains infrastructure longevity in its 10:00 The impact of mega projects on the transportation new projects sector in Kuwait John McSheen, Regional Head of Planning and Transportation, • Driving economic development by improving urban PANEL DISCUSSION Atkins transportation networks in Kuwait Prof. Dr. Kim Jraiw, Project Manager, UN National and • Understanding how the Kuwaiti government will facilitate Integrated Transport Strategy 2010 - 2020 for Kuwait infrastructure improvement • Analysing transportation projects and their stages of 15:00 Afternoon networking break execution in Kuwait Abdulaziz Al-Kulaib, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Public Planning ahead: Creative strategies to supplement Works, Kuwait urban transportation projects Hashem Al-Tabtabaei, Technical Teams Director, Partnerships Technical Bureau, Ministry of Finance, Kuwait and 15:30 Challenges to mass transit implementation and methods Coordinator, Kuwait Metro and Rail Committee to support project viability and success: Experience in rapidly developing cities 10:30 Morning networking break • Assessing the impact of urban form and development density on metro systems Successful urban transportation planning in the Middle East • Integrating systems, modes and issues with “social need” and “legacy” bus networks 11:00 Ensuring best planning and procurement practice for • Overcoming uncertainty in different forecast perspectives urban rail in the Middle East • Highlighting value-capture opportunities: Property • Implementing realistic planning for public transportation projects development benefits • Ensuring future proofing in your projects • Reviewing transport policy impacts: Short-term constraints • Assessing risks and those best placed to carry them and long-term opportunities • Emphasising the importance of connectivity and integrated Richard Di Bona, Director, LLA Consultancy, Hong Kong development Said Gharbieh, Director UK and MENA, Ove Arup & Partners 16:00 Urban transit: An architect’s perspective on lifestyle and sustainability 11:30 Achieving sustainability in the Abu Dhabi Surface • Understanding environmental sustainability Transport Master Plan • Integrating urbanism and cities CASE STUDY • Achieving sustainability in transportation master planning • Combining tall buildings and mixed-use developments • Learning how to cope with uncertainty • Utilising transportation infrastructure as a solution • Assessing the implementation of the master plan Steven Miller, Managing Director, FX Fowle • Understanding what Kuwait can do differently Andrew Clarke, Senior Planner, Abu Dhabi Department 16:30 Encouraging creative strategies in transportation projects of Transport, UAE • Thinking “outside the box” in transportation projects PANEL DISCUSSION • Developing creative solutions to traditional problems in 12:00 Planning and implementing Kuwait’s rail network transportation infrastructure • Discussing which technical requirements are necessary • Evaluating how property can be incorporated into urban PANEL DISCUSSION transportation projects for Kuwait’s rail network Richard Di Bona, Director, LLA Consultancy, Hong Kong • Planning for phases of transport network implementation Steven Miller, Managing Director, FX Fowle • Assessing the positive impact of rail on transportation problems Said Gharbieh, Director UK and MENA, Ove Arup & Partners 17.00 Chair’s closing comments Oliver Billings, Middle East Rail Manager, Ove Arup & Partners Andrew Clarke, Senior Planner, Abu Dhabi Department End of day one of Transport, UAE Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Web: www.urbantransportationkuwait.com
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Conference day two Tuesday 12 October 2010 KUWAIT 08:30 Registration and coffee 12:30 Assessing the safety and longevity of roads in the Middle East • Understanding why road safety is so important in the Middle East PANEL DISCUSSION 08:45 Chair’s welcome and opening speech • Integrating maintenance and safety into road design • Understanding how safety integration does not have to stretch your project costs Reducing the dependence on cars and subsequent road traffic issues Dr. Fahad Al-Rukaibi, Transportation Group Leader, Kuwait University 09:00 Reducing the dependence on cars: Effecting a shift in mindset Dr. Mostafa Abo-Hashema, Associate Professor and • Changing travel patterns from personal to public modes of Pavement Consultant, UAE University transportation Emmanuel Castro, Sales Director, MEA CITILOG and RITCO • Overcoming barriers to mode change: Kuwait’s restrictive summer weather and the low price of petrol 13:00 Summit lunch with networking opportunity • Identifying the pros and cons of financial penalties versus New developments in Intelligent Transport Systems public awareness campaigns • Examining the advantages and disadvantages of applying 14:00 Improving data collection, traffic monitoring, automated soft penalties to car usage in Kuwait signals and automisation Brian Willey, Regional Director, Atkins • Ensuring cohesion in traffic management systems • Utilising new technologies in data collection and traffic monitoring 09:30 Driving down air pollution: Strategies to combat vehicle fumes • Improving the efficiency of automated signals • Assessing the effect of motorised transportation on air quality Mohammed Serroukh, Director General, ITS Arab • Achieving a reduction in motor vehicle fumes in Kuwait City 14:30 RFID: The future of transportation technology • Providing solutions to pollution on Kuwaiti roads • Understanding RFID technology and terminology Dr. Dhari Al-Ajmi, Director of Environment and Urban • Utilising RFID in transportation and vehicle access control Development, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research • Managing vehicle access control and fleet management: The KFUPM experience 10:00 Investigating transportation alternatives to motor vehicles • Ensuring RFID privacy and security standards are maintained • Encouraging the uptake of public transportation in the • Discussing the proof of concept application on auto navigation systems PANEL DISCUSSION Middle East Dr. Wassim Raad, Director of RFID Research Program, • Overcoming GCC perceptions associated with public King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA transport systems • Reducing the environmental impact of transportation strategies 15:00 Assessing the future of transportation technology in the GCC Dr. Dhari Al-Ajmi, Director of Environment and Urban • Reviewing recent developments in traffic and transportation PANEL DISCUSSION Development, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research technology in the GCC Brian Willey, Regional Director, Atkins • Discussing emerging ITS and RFID technology case studies • Reaffirming why continuing progress of transportation technology is so important 10:30 Morning networking break Mohammed Serroukh, Director General, ITS Arab Dr. Wassim Raad, Director of RFID Research Program, Road development strategies that minimise disruption King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA and maximise safety 15:30 Afternoon networking break 11.00 Ensuring collisions are prevented: An introduction to Road Safety Audits (RSA) BOT and PPP: Effective financial strategies when implementing • Understanding the basic concepts of RSA urban transportation projects • Ensuring that preventable collision producing elements 16:00 Agreeing to a BOT / PPP project in the GCC are absent • Understanding the types of PPPs applicable to transportation projects • Factoring in suitable collision reducing elements in RSA • Applying lessons from successful BOT / PPP processes • Explaining the limitations of RSA in Kuwait • Putting the partnerships in PPP: How to ensure best practice Dr. Fahad Al-Rukaibi, Transportation Group Leader, in PPP projects Kuwait University Abraham Akkawi, Head of Infrastructure and PPP Advisory Services, Ernst & Young 11:30 Overcoming challenges in making road maintenance decisions 16:30 Taking on a BOT project in Kuwait: Failaka Island, • Identifying fundamental principles in pavement maintenance the story so far management systems CASE STUDY • Assessing the BOT history of Failaka Island • Enhancing knowledge of inventory and asset value • The story so far – reviewing the development of Failaka Island • Improving credibility in decision-making processes • Accepting BOT contracts – things to consider before signing • Defining maintenance and rehabilitation policies on the dotted line • Introducing new technologies to determine maintenance decisions • Understanding the legal implications of BOT in Kuwait Dr. Mostafa Abo-Hashema, Associate Professor and Jeffrey De Lange, Deputy Managing Director, Gulf Consult Pavement Consultant, UAE University 17:00 Examining the motivations for government – private sector partnerships 12:00 Combining traffic safety and pollution reduction- Assessing PANEL DISCUSSION • Government motivations: Investigating the catalysts for FDI Advanced Urban Traffic Deployment in Rabat, Morocco in Kuwait and other GCC countries CASE STUDY • Ensuring Anti-grid Lock with red light violation enforcement for • Private sector opportunities: Bidding to tender a PPP/ BOT the Rabat-Sale Tramway project with GCC governments • Reducing urban traffic congestion and pollution with adaptive • Understanding why developing a tenable relationship is the automated traffic control key to project success Abraham Akkawi, Head of Infrastructure and PPP Advisory • Maximising the reduction of harmful PM 2.5 pollution in Services, Ernst & Young roadway, subway and railway tunnels by using advanced Jeffrey De Lange, Deputy Managing Director, Gulf Consult Electrostatic Honeycomb Precipitator Filters Rachid Smidi, Senior Advisor, Bouregreg Valley 17:30 Chair’s closing comments Development Agency Emmanuel Castro, Sales Director, MEA CITILOG and RITCO End of conference Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Web: www.urbantransportationkuwait.com
  5. 5. Who will you network with at the Urban Transportation Summit – Kuwait? This is a must attend event for transportation consultants and professionals, municipality and ministry officials, transportation planners and designers, rail and metro consultants, contractors and transportation solution providers. Job titles include: KUWAIT Directors, Heads, Managing Directors, Director Generals, Technical Managers, Design Managers and Project Managers of: Kuwait is set to play its part in the GCC transportation boom and • Transportation has set aside US$14 billion to implement the country’s first metro • Rail and rail projects. 50% of that will be dedicated to building 171km of • Planning metro lines, stations and carriages in what is set to be a major step • Infrastructure forward in improving Kuwait’s inner city transportation problems. The remainder will be spent on laying over 500km of railway track • Roads as part of Kuwait’s commitment to the GCC railway network, • Urban Development improving its connectivity with cities in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. • Environment The Urban Transportation Summit – Kuwait will bring together key Delegate profile of past Urban Transportation summits: transportation stakeholders throughout the value chain including By job titles: rail, metro and road consultants, Kuwaiti government officials and key contractors involved in major projects. The event will examine project case studies, best practice examples, and provide the opportunity to define and explore the key challenges, opportunities and projects in Kuwaiti and GCC urban transportation. Design Manager Engineer/Engineering Manager What past IQPC event attendees said: CEO “The conference guarantees to provide topical updates to General Manager answer tomorrow’s issues.” Project Manager Project and Design Manager, LAING O’ROURKE Regional Director Business Development Director/Manager Sales Director “An excellent setting in which to share knowledge and Marketing Director/Manager experience.” Technical Manager Senior Engineer, FUGRO MIDDLE EAST Transport Head Sponsors: "We appreciate the energetic efforts of IQPC to focus all stakeholders on tackling the most critical issues in construction in the Middle East." Director of Construction, EMAAR Media partners: 6 reasons for you to attend the Urban Transportation Summit – Kuwait 1. Assess regional case studies in urban transportation master planning 2. Follow the development of Kuwaiti mega projects, including Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities the rail and metro networks Only at the Urban Transportation Summit – Kuwait will the 3. Examine the use of RFID technology in urban transportation highest-level decision makers attend in one place at one time. They will evaluate products and services and will look to 4. Create value and investigate sustainability in short-list potential suppliers. transportation projects • Can you afford to miss out on this opportunity? 5. Hear expert opinion on the design, operation and maintenance • Do you have a product or service that our senior of rail and metro systems decision-makers and influencers need? We have a range of business development / marketing and 6. Understand PPP and BOT projects in Kuwait sales solutions that will be tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives. For more details, call Prijesh Pillai For more information on upcoming events contact: on +971 4 364 2975 or email sponsorship@iqpc.ae enquiry@iqpc.ae Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Web: www.urbantransportationkuwait.com
  6. 6. International summit 5 WAYS TO REGISTER 11 - 12 October 2010 Online: www.urbantransportationkuwait.com Interactive workshops Fax: +971 4 363 1938 10 & 13 October 2010 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Phone: +971 4 364 2975 KUWAIT Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Al Bida’a, Salmiya, Kuwait Post: IQPC Dubai FZ LLC REGISTRATION PO Box 502397 Dubai, UAE Event Code: 17130.003 Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed TEAM DISCOUNTS is used to produce delegate badges. to you.Your Priority Registration Code is printed on the Please photocopy for multiple bookings. top of the label below. Please quote it when registering: Team discounts available on request. Call +971 4 364 2975 for more information. VENUE & ACCOMMODATION Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Al Bida’a P.O. 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