InnoTrans offering North American attendees discounted tickets to attend

March 18, 2022
The global exhibition’s display space is nearly sold out and North American attendees can save more than 60 percent off regular priced tickets.

The North American office of InnoTrans, the biennial international rail industry event, is offering attendees from North America discounted tickets.

The show will be held Sept 20-23, 2022, in Berlin, Germany, with the theme “the future of mobility in times of climate change.” In January, InnoTrans said 108,000-square-meter (1.16-million-square-foot) exhibition space was 98 percent sold. Displays will be grouped in segments that include Railway Technology, Railway Infrastructure, Public Transport, Interiors, Tunnel Construction and the new Mobility+, which highlights supplementary mobility services.

The discount InnoTrans is offering North American attendees represents a 60 percent reduction in regular ticket prices. Discounted tickets for all show days are EURO €30 (US$33.05) and include access to free public transportation during InnoTrans. To receive the discounted ticket code North Americans need to email [email protected]


For questions on attending or exhibiting at InnoTrans contact North American Representative

Mary Jo Balve

(732) 933-1118

[email protected]

Mass Transit is the North American media partner of InnoTrans. 

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Mischa Wanek-Libman serves as editor in chief of Mass Transit magazine and group editorial director of the Infrastructure and Aviation Group at Endeavor Business Media. She is responsible for developing and maintaining the editorial direction of the group and is based in the western suburbs of Chicago.

Wanek-Libman has spent more than 20 years covering transportation issues including construction projects and engineering challenges for various commuter railroads and transit agencies. She has been recognized for editorial excellence through her individual work, as well as for collaborative content. 

She is an active member of the American Public Transportation Association's Marketing and Communications Committee and serves as a Board Observer on the National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) Board of Directors.  

She is a graduate of Drake University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with a major in magazine journalism and a minor in business management.