WORLD'S BIGGEST TRANSPORT SHOW?
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PLANS are going ahead for what promises to be one of the most important exhibitions devoted to all aspects of transport and communications ever held in Europe, this Elting the [VA International Exhibition of Transport and Communications, to be held in Munich from June 25 to October 3, 1965. The closing date for applications for space at the exhibition has been put back to December 31, 1963, and the show will occupy a total of 31 halls and 10 openair parks. Subjects to be featured include rail, road, water and air traffic, astronautics, postal services and telecommunications, energy supply, tourism and the use of iron, steel, aluminium, plastics and wood in transport. Space charges in the halls are at the rate of 150 D. Marks per sq. metre (approximately £11 10s. per sq. yd.), whilst the rate for open-air space is 40 D. Marks per sq. metre (approximately £3 per sq. yd,).
The sections devoted to urban public transport are being backed by the U.I.T.P.. Brussels, and will include a historical display. engineering aspects of bus, trolleybus, tram and railway systems, the organization of urban transport networks, and a section devoted to traffic problems and future developments. Applications for space should be made to the IVA at Theresienhohe 13, Munich 12.