Call for Abstracts

in 164 days

The 2024 International Mobility Data Summit

event starts

30 Oct 2024

event ends

31 Oct 2024


St-James Theatre Montréal, Canada

MobilityData is excited to announce the Call for Abstracts for our upcoming Summit. This event aims to bring together industry leaders, innovators, policymakers, and researchers to explore and discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the field of transit and shared mobility. We invite professionals and experts from diverse backgrounds to submit abstracts for presentations, workshops, and panel discussions that will contribute to the advancement of transit and shared mobility solutions.

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Call for Abstracts
Call opens at 12:00 AM

12 Mar 2024

Call closes at 11:59 PM

31 May 2024

Call closes in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) timezone.
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These guidelines will provide you with all necessary information on the call for abstracts such as the key themes, format, review process, selection process, timeline as well as the submission rules. Make sure you read them carefully before submitting your abstract through our online platform.

Title: Provide a clear and concise title for your abstract.

Author(s): Include names, affiliations, and contact details of all authors.

Abstract: Limit the abstract to 500 words, outlining the purpose, methodology, and key findings or takeaways.

Format:  Submit abstracts in PDF format, using Arial or Times New Roman font, size 12.

Keywords: Include up to five keywords that highlight the main focus of your abstract.

Review Process: All submitted abstracts will undergo a thorough review by our committee. The selection criteria include relevance to the summit themes, clarity, originality, and potential impact on the transit and shared mobility industry.

Key Themes:

Connected Journeys

Emphasize the interconnection between different transportation modes and underscore the significance of seamless, integrated mobility solutions, emphasizing the pivotal role of interoperability.

Beyond Borders

Promote global perspectives and showcase international case studies to foster collaborative engagement across cultures, encouraging the exchange of best practices in transit and shared mobility.”

Human-Centric Transportation

Centre the mobility community decisions around people, prioritizing the enhancement of the overall user experience.


Incorporate data infrastructure into transportation policymaking and infrastructure development for comprehensive planning.

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