MTR will be showcasing the art of public transport at an exhibition stand during the world’s largest public transport event in June.
As part of the art theme of this year’s event, visitors will be able to take part in an art installation, with an immersive experience used to showcase the punctuality on the Stockholm subway.
The MTR exhibition will also see a series of mini-seminars. Gillian Meller, Legal and European Business Director, will present MTR’s own Rail + Property model, whilst Ronnie Tong, Head of Operating – South Region, will talk about the construction and opening of the high-speed railway from Hong Kong to the Chinese border.
Other discussions at the stand will include topics such as innovative customer service and how MTR works with VR technology to train station staff for the opening of Elizabeth Line in London – something that visitors to the exhibition stand also have the opportunity to experience on site.
The summit will also see MTR’s International Chief Architect Andrew Mead head a conversation about “Art in Transit”, and other representatives from MTR discuss safety and security in public transport.
Jeremy Long, CEO, European Business, MTR Corporation, said:
“As a key global player in public transport, MTR see the world’s largest public transport summit as a natural place to showcase some of the work that we’re doing around the world. Visitors will hear about our innovative approach to customer service, rail-property development and performance improvement at the event, and hopefully leave with a full understanding of MTR’s global presence”
Mark Jensen, CEO, MTR Nordic, said:
“Work on improving punctuality in traffic is a central part of MTR’s operations globally. In Hong Kong, punctuality is 99.9 percent and in 2018 punctuality in the Stockholm subway was measured at 97.6 percent. Through our portrayal of operational excellence, we hope to invite our visitors to an exciting musical and visual experience”