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About the 3rd Annual Smart Parking KSA Conference

With the massive growth in car ownership in Saudi Arabia, due to the growing population of Millennials and recent regulations for female drivers, traffic and limited parking have become a growing concern. This demand for increased parking facilities requires careful urban master-planning and design, but new technologies also offer opportunities for better management, optimization and revenue generation.

To improve and optimise their parking facilities and share the latest opportunity and development of parking in Saudi Arabia, key government stakeholders are investing heavily in the sector and collaborating with building owners, community managers, and other car park operators.

The greatly successful 2nd Annual Smart Parking KSA 2017 was endorsed by the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) and supported by the Jeddah Development and Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC) as well as the General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA). The event brought together key government decision-makers, International thought-leaders, regional trail-blazers and innovative technology and solution providers to discuss the projects in the pipeline and how to utilise new technology and advanced design strategies in parking.

After the great success of the second edition, the 3rd Annual Smart Parking KSA is taking place in September 2019 as part of the KSA Communities Public Services Congress. The event highlights the strategies and plans for designing, constructing, refurbishing, operating and maintaining effective parking and transportation solutions in the Kingdom.

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Excellent Opportunities for the Smart Parking sector

Did you know?
  • $22.5 Billion Riyadh Metro project will build 85 stations throughout the city and encourage citizens to park-and-ride
  • $10.5 Billion to expand major airports around the KSA which will increase the capacity of airport terminals and parking facilities
  • 105 pay-and-park areas have recently been opened in Jeddah - Jeddah municipality with the cooperation of Jeddah Development and Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC) has introduced the paid parking system. In addition to the implementation and development of the infrastructure for about 8,000 parking lots in downtown Jeddah, Jeddah municipality is still increasing the number of parking lots
  • Metro Jeddah Company - Park & Ride scheme to encourage public mass transit use and will be a new lifeline to the city
  • The Grand Mosque of Makkah and The Prophet’s Mosque at Al-Madinah will be upgraded to have more parking spaces for worshipers to be able to handle the ever-growing numbers
  • The Heart of Jeddah project will radically change the Jeddah city centre making it more accessible to hundreds and include better parking facilities 
  • Two new paid parking schemes under the King Fahad bridge for 649 vehicles and at Makhzoumi Road toward Makkah road for 492 cars have recently been opened and there is a constant need for more spaces.

 

Top Reasons to attend

 
  • MEET the decision makers in the western region’s car parking industry
  • LEARN first-hand about ongoing and projected parking projects from public and private sectors across Saudi Arabia
  • SHARE knowledge on the latest parking allocation and car park management technologies in developing smarter cities and maximizing revenues 
  • IDENTIFY lucrative business opportunities and establish valuable industry partnerships

 

2017 Speakers

  • Eng. Khaled AlDeghaither

    General Supervisor of Public Administration for Investments Development
    Ministry of Municipality & Rural Affairs of Saudi Arabia

  • Eng. Ibrahim Kutubkhanah

    CEO
    Jeddah Development & Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC)

  • Abdulaziz A. Alghannam

    Director of Strategic Studies
    Arriyadh Development Authority

  • Arch. Nidhal Taibah

    VP Business Development & Investment
    Jeddah Development & Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC)

  • Arch. Abdullah S. Alghamdi

    Project Manager of Parking
    Jeddah Development & Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC)

  • Arch. Mazen Boukhary

    Architect
    General Authority of Civil Aviation

  • Yaser Ezzeddin

    Managing Director
    IDEX Services

  • Amir Sedadi

    CIO
    IPS Group

  • Zulfiqar Ali, MBA, MSc, MCIHT, JP

    Vice President
    British Parking Association

  • Alistair Aitken


    Metric Group

  • Max Kordylas

    Managing Director
    Yellow & Co Consulting

  • Nabeel Al Zaka

    Executive Director
    Surface Mobility Consultants

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