The West Balkans are at a turning point in the development of their regional transport connectivity programs. With the construction of the Bar-Boljare Highway, Montenegro’s political leadership has an important opportunity to reflect on recent achievements and develop a long-term roadmap for sustainable regional road infrastructure investments.
Against this backdrop, the IRF Transport Connectivity Forum pursues the objective of presenting effective policies and practical measures based on international best practices to ensure Montenegro’s road programs continue to support the country’s economic development objectives.
- Adopting a long term road funding & connectivity framework
- Safe Roads & Road Mobility
- Leveraging ITS solutions into “digital road corridors” (traffic management, eTolling, WIM, etc.)
Endorsements & Participation
The Forum is endorsed by and co-organized with the Ministry of Transport & Maritime Affairs of Montenegro. Ministries from neighboring countries are also invited to join the event and share their road sector experience.
IRF is encouraging the participation of a diverse range of stakeholders, including International Financing Institutions, private sector contractors, engineering societies and consultancies aimed at further enriching the quality of the exchanges.
Call for Presentations
A limited call for presentations is open to IRF member organizations. Please submit your abstract (150 words maximum to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15).
• Road Financing & Investment
• Digital Road Corridors (ITS, eTolling, Asset Management, etc.)
• Safe Roads & Road Mobility
Exhibition & Sponsorship
For Exhibition and Sponsorship inquiries please contact Brendan Halleman, Vice President Europe & Central Asia: email@example.com and +1 703 535 1001