Asian Development Bank Transport Forum 2014


Asian Development Bank Transport Forum 2014

The ADB Transport Forum is the largest gathering of transport officials and professionals in Asia and the Pacific, with over 400 transport professionals meeting to discuss and share project updates, policies and issues, best practices and new innovations in the area of sustainable transport.

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Date: September 15-17, 2014
Location / Venue: ADB Headquarters, Manila, Philippines
Country: Philippines


The ADB Transport Forum 2014 will provide an interactive environment for organizations and individuals to learn in this growing and dynamic sector. ADB’s recent emphasis on innovation, integration, and inclusiveness will continue to figure prominently during the Forum along with a focus on the future of sustainable mobility in the region, providing participants an opportunity to engage directly with leading experts in the transport sector.

Special training events in conjunction with the Forum are also being planned on 11, 12, 18 and 19 September. The entire duration of the forum and pre- and post-forum workshops will be referred to as the first ADB Sustainable Transport Week.


  • Plenary talks and parallel sessions
  • Training workshops on sustainable modes of transport and critical capabilities for transport practitioners
  • Networking opportunities

Target participants

The Forum aims to engage experts in the field of sustainable transport, leaders and decision makers from developing member countries, national and multinational banks, private sector firms and service providers, members of the academe, civil society, development partners and other international organizations and transport stakeholders.

Note: Registration and participation details will be posted soon, as well as the program schedule and list of speakers. Continue to check this page for updates, or follow us on twitter for the latest developments on the 2014 Transport Forum.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration under grant agreement no 603218.

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