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European Transport Conference 2022: Local Public Transport

Local Public Transport

Local Public Transport

The Local Public Transport programme committee seeks to encourage excellence in both urban and rural public transport, enhancing the understanding of the key issues that affect the provision of good public transport services. This year’s full programme at the European Transport Conference features a range of sessions and papers examining:

  • Technology trends and innovations in public transport
  • Financial challenges in public transport planning and operations
  • Social inclusive mobility and public transport
  • Opportunities and challenges of new on-demand modes and micro-mobility
  • How to rethink and recover public transport after the COVID pandemic

We would like to thank this year's Local Public Transport sessions sponsor IOKI, who will also be exhibiting at this year's European Transport Conference.

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Discounted places closing soon!

Delegates are invited to book their 3-day place at the conference to benefit from a 10% Early Booking Discount. Full price places for one, two, three days and rover tickets will be made available in July.

The Early Booking Discount applies to delegates booking 3-day attendance only, with payment received by 30 June 2022.

RatesAll fees shown are subject to 20% VAT.

In addition, a 50% discount will be available to:

  • Delegates from member states of the European Union that joined in 2004, 2007 and 2013
  • Young professionals (under the age of 26 or those with less than 5 years’ professional experience)

BOOK YOUR DISCOUNTED PLACE

 

European Transport Conference 2022: Early Booking Discounts

Early booking opens

Discounted places closing soon!

Book early to celebrate the European Transport Conference's 50th Jubilee at a discounted price this year. Our early booking offers represent excellent value for money but will only be available until 30th June so don't delay! 

The Association for European Transport will hold ETC 2022 in-person at the Politecnico di Milano, Bovisa Campus, Milan, Italy on 7-9 September 2022. 

This year, key themes will explore:

  • The Future of Cities: Emerging new travel and land use patterns
  • Behaviour Change: The impacts of the climate emergency and COVID-19 on long term travel patterns
  • Travel Data: When will new travel pattens be stable enough to inform modelling and forecasting?
  • COVID Recovery: Funding and financial sustainability of public transport
  • The Future of Aviation: Compatibility of recovery and sustainability

Network with international colleagues

The conference provides a brilliant opportunity for all participants to engage with transport experts from around the world and become part of a specialist community.

  • Tuesday 6 September Pre-Conference Drinks
  • Wednesday 7 September Civic Reception at La Collina
  • Thursday 8 September Conference Dinner at Officina12 
  • Bicycle Tours in conjunction with Bici e Vancanze
  • E-scooter Tours in conjunction with Tier App
  • Friday 9 September Social Dinner at ATMosfera (exclusive Tram)
  • ETCercise! Thursday morning jog around beautiful Milano 

Keep up to date with more news on the Conference, social activities and all the 2022 themes by following us on Twitter: @EuTransportConf using #etcMilan2022
NB: AET reserves the right to change the format or cancel the conference if required, in response to the emerging pandemic situation.

Discounts & Booking Info

Delegates are now invited to book their 3-day place at the conference to benefit from a 10% Early Booking Discount. Full price places for one, two, three days and rover tickets will be made available in July.

The Early Booking Discount applies to delegates booking 3-day attendance only, with payment received by 30 June 2022.

Rates

All fees shown are subject to 20% VAT.

In addition, a 50% discount will be available to:

  • Delegates from member states of the European Union that joined in 2004, 2007 and 2013
  • Young professionals (under the age of 26 or those with less than 5 years’ professional experience)

 

BOOK YOUR DISCOUNTED PLACE

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: FREE Webinar 23 June 2022

Transport Mobility

AET Transport and Mobility Forum and Journal of Urban Mobility (JUM) present a joint webinar:

The 15 Minute City – Putting Accessibility by Proximity into Practice

FREE Webinar: Thursday 23rd June 2022

11.00 – 12.30 CEST (10.00 – 11.30 BST)

We invite you to a webinar on 23rd June hosted by AET Transport and Mobility Forum and the Journal of Urban Mobility. In this webinar, the Journal’s Co-Editor-in-Chief, Dr Benjamin Büttner will moderate a discussion about concept of the 15 Minute City with Cecilia Silva, Chris Kwantes and Margherita Villani.

The ongoing COVID pandemic, the negative effects of private motorized transport, and the advancing climate crisis have led to a steady increase in interest in active mobility and accessibility through spatial proximity in recent years. Especially, the concepts of the “15-Minute City” and the “20-Minute Neighbourhoods” have been promoted as blueprints for future urban planning. They promise to deliver more sustainable, liveable, resilient, and equitable cities by creating dense and diverse neighbourhoods with destinations in proximity to peoples’ homes. These concepts thus tie in with themes that have long been discussed in the literature on accessibility and urban planning. However, questions remain on how the X-Minute City concept can be operationalised and assessed, how the concept relates to physical, perceived and virtual accessibilities, how the concept affects different groups of residents, including vulnerable population groups, how the concept translates to different types of areas, and how the concept articulates with urban agglomeration scale policies. Furthermore, there are questions on how X-Minute City planning goals can be achieved in practice, and the inclusion of virtual accessibility to jobs and services (teleworking, online shopping etc.). The webinar will try to find answers to these questions and seeks to bridge the gap between planning practice and the accessibility literature.

One of the most prominent ideas that rose to prominence during the pandemic is the 15-Minute City. The 15-Minute City has been famously championed by the City of Paris and the Parisian mayor Anne Hidalgo, who made it the foundation of her transport- and land-use planning policies. For example, Hidalgo plans to get rid of half of Paris’ surface parking spaces to make space for active transport modes and public space (Marchant, 2020). The main idea behind the 15-Minute City is the reduction of car traffic by simply eliminating the need for it. If people can reach the most important everyday destinations in a short time on foot or by bicycle, the logic goes, they will ditch the car of their own accord. This shall lead to more sustainable, resilient, and livable cities.

This webinar from the AET Transport and Mobility Forum and the Journal of Urban Mobility will explore the practical challenges of implementing these ideas by bringing together perspectives from experienced practitioners in Italy and the Netherlands and from the latest academic research in Europe. It will consider the opportunities and challenges posed and investigate the choices which need to be made in balancing technological progress with broader public value and social equity.

The webinar will be introduced by Dr Benjamin Büttner of Technische Universität München who will set the scene for how the debate on urban planning has been evolving in recent years. This will be followed by three speakers and presentations as follows:

  • Dr Cecilia Silva - University of Porto (PT)
  • Chris Kwantes - Mobility Planner, Goudappel Coffeng Consultants (NL)
  • Margherita Villani - Transport and Mobility Engineer, NET Engineering SpA (IT)

The webinar will be hosted on the WebEx platform. Please click on the button below and follow the link to register for the webinar.

Pre-registered participants will receive additional information the day before the webinar containing instructions on how to use WebEx and a calendar item with the link. Please note that there is no deadline for signing up. Last minute registrants can access the webinar via the registration link.

The topic will also be the subject of a forthcoming special issue of the Journal and will be an important theme at the European Transport Conference (ETC) being held in Milan in September this year.

The webinar is organised by the AET Transport and Mobility Forum. For further details, please go to AET Transport and Mobility Forum (aetransport.org) and follow the link to register for the webinar.

Register here

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: FREE Webinar 12 May 2022

Future Transport Technologies

Future Transport Technologies:

Trends, Challenges and Choices

FREE Webinar: Thursday 12th May 2022

11.00 – 12.30 CEST (10.00 – 11.30 BST/WEST)

This webinar from the AET Transport and Mobility Forum will explore some of the key innovation trends around autonomous, electric and shared mobility. It will consider the opportunities and challenges posed and investigate the choices which need to be made in balancing technological progress with broader public value and social equity.

The FREE webinar will be introduced by Jonathan Spear, Transport Policy and Planning Advisor at Atkins who will set the scene for how transport professionals should support the current transition to the so-called ’future mobility ecosystem’. This will be followed by four speakers and presentations as follows:

  • Greg Marsden, Professor of Transport Governance, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds – Governance Strategies, Smart Mobility and the Public Good
  • Dominic Taylor, Low Emission Mobility Leader, Arup – The Latest Developments on EV Infrastructure Planning and Delivery in the UK
  • Carter Stern, Senior Government Affairs Manager, Cruise – Autonomous Vehicles and the Future of Cities
  • Matteo Antoniola, Business Strategy Manager, 5T and MaaS Alliance - From Shared Mobility to MaaS: Connecting the Dots

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar.

 

Register here

 

European Transport Conference 2022: Early Booking Discounts

Early booking opens

Early Booking Opens TODAY

Book early to secure your discounted place

We are delighted to announce that for the Conference's 50th Jubilee, the Association for European Transport will hold ETC 2022 in-person at the Politecnico di Milano, Bovisa Campus, Milan, Italy on 7-9 September 2022.

This year, key themes will explore:

  • The Future of Cities: Emerging new travel and land use patterns
  • Behaviour Change: The impacts of the climate emergency and COVID-19 on long term travel patterns
  • Travel Data: When will new travel pattens be stable enough to inform modelling and forecasting?
  • COVID Recovery: Funding and financial sustainability of public transport
  • The Future of Aviation: Compatibility of recovery and sustainability

Keep up to date with more news on the Conference and the 2022 themes by following us on Twitter: @EuTransportConf using #etcMilan2022

NB: AET reserves the right to change the format or cancel the conference if required, in response to the emerging pandemic situation.

Discounts & Booking Info

Delegates are now invited to book their 3-day place at the conference to benefit from a 10% Early Booking Discount. Full price places for one, two, three days and rover tickets will be made available in July.

The Early Booking Discount applies to delegates booking 3-day attendance only, with payment received by 30 June 2022.

Membership status

3 Day attendance GBP

3 Day attendance EURO

AET or ECTRI Individual Member

£670 +VAT

€800 +VAT

AET or ECTRI Organisation Member   

£640 +VAT

€765 +VAT

Non-Members

£790 +VAT

€945 +VAT

Full Time Students

£100 +VAT

€115 +VAT

All fees shown are subject to 20% VAT.

In addition, a 50% discount will be available to:

  • Delegates from member states of the European Union that joined in 2004, 2007 and 2013

Young professionals (under the age of 26 or those with less than 5 years’ professional experience)

BOOK YOUR DISCOUNTED PLACE

Promote your organisation at ETC 2022!

We welcome sponsorships for ETC’s Jubilee Conference and have numerous opportunities to promote your organisation including conference bags, badges, plenary or themed sessions, Conference Dinner, and Welcome Reception.

Check out our website for more details or email: sabrina.winter@aetransport.org

Confirmed Sponsors & Exhibitors for ETC 2022:

 

sponsors

And don't forget to:
#etcMilan2022

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum reminder: Webinar 07 April 2022

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Don't forget our forthcoming Webinar:

THURSDAY 7 APRIL 2022
11.00 - 12.00 CEST (10.00 - 11.00 BST/WEST)

In preparation for the 50th ETC Conference in Milan in September 2022, AET Transport and Mobility Forum highlights one of the best qualities of ETC over the last five decades – hosting informed debates on topical transport themes.

Transport & Economy:

A glance in the rear-view mirror for shaping the future

The FREE webinar is organised as the sixth event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously AET Covid-19 Conversations) and will be chaired by Dr András Munkácsy (KTI, HU), member of the AET Council, featuring the following speakers:

  • Prof. Gerard de Jong (NL) is a research professor at the Institute for Transport Studies at University of Leeds and a director of the independent Dutch research institute Significance. Gerard will speak on Simulating car cost changes using an indirect utility model of car ownership and annual mileage
  • John Siraut (UK) is an Economist and director of Economics at the international engineering and consulting group Jacobs. John will address Regulation of the railways post-privatisation

The discussion will be moderated by Dr Elisabete Arsenio, from LNEC (PT).

This is an event in celebration of the 50th European Transport Conference (ETC, previously the PTRC Summer Annual Meeting and the European Transport Forum). Both speakers won the Neil Mansfield Award at a previous conference (Gerard de Jong in 1989, John Siraut in 1997), for the best paper by an author under the age of 35.

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar.

Register here

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: Webinar 07 April 2022

transport mobility 7th April

Webinar: Thursday 7 April 2022

11.00 - 12.00 CEST (10.00 - 11.00 BST/WEST)

Transport & Economy:

A glance in the rear-view mirror for shaping the future

At this event, two senior experts of transport economics present their research from the 1980s and 1990s in the context of the time passed and with an outlook to the future. Participants will be invited to join the discussion about how changing trends and new methods have affected the estimation of the impact of changes in car costs on car ownership and use, as well as what expected and unexpected phenomena have influenced the regulation of the railways sector after privatisation.

  • Gerard de Jong: Simulating car cost changes using an indirect utility model of car ownership and annual mileage
  • John Siraut: Regulation of the railways post-privatisation

The FREE webinar is organised as the sixth event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously AET Covid-19 Conversations) and will be chaired by Dr András Munkácsy (KTI, HU), member of the AET Council, featuring the following speakers:

  • Prof. Gerard de Jong (NL) is a research professor at the Institute for Transport Studies at University of Leeds and a director of the independent Dutch research institute Significance.
  • John Siraut (UK) is an Economist and director of Economics at the international engineering and consulting group Jacobs.

The discussion will be moderated by Dr Elisabete Arsenio, from LNEC (PT).

This is an event in celebration of the 50th European Transport Conference (ETC, previously the PTRC Summer Annual Meeting and the European Transport Forum). Both speakers won the Neil Mansfield Award at a previous conference (Gerard de Jong in 1989, John Siraut in 1997), for the best paper by an author under the age of 35.

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar.

Register here

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: Webinar 03 March 2022

transport mobility 3rd march

Webinar: Thursday 3 March 2022

11.00 - 12.00 CET (10.00 - 11.00 GMT/WET)

Let's Talk Women & Transport:

Needs, Barriers and Success Stories

In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, this webinar discusses the current challenges women face at work, their use of public transport, and promotional channels of knowledge and experience. Presentations and discussions from key experts will inform and stimulate the debate on the cause of gender-based struggles in public transport and employment, promoting gender diversity and knowledge of future implementation in transport planning and policy practices. Speakers will discuss topics that can assist women’s societal progression - engaging and stimulating equality:

  • Gender Smart Mobility and Diversity in Transport. Concepts, Methods, Practices.
  • Mentoring program towards Gen Y and role models in the automotive field.
  • Addressing women’s needs as users and employees in mobility service – DIAMOND’s white paper.

This FREE webinar is organised as the fifth event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously AET Covid-19 Conversations) and will be chaired by Gisela Gräfin von Schlieffen, member of the AET Board, featuring speakers:

  • Dr. Chiara Maria Leva is a Lecturer at the Technological University Dublin and an Associate Principal Investigator in the Science and Technology in Advanced Manufacturing Research Group at Trinity College Dublin. She is also the Co-Chair of the European Safety and Reliability Association’s Human Factors and Human Reliability technical committee.
  • Dr. Hilda Rømer Christensen - is Associate Professor and head of the Coordination for Gender Research at the University of Copenhagen. She is the scientific coordinator for the Horizon 2020 project: TINNGO (Transport Innovation Gender Observatory) addressing gender, transport and smart mobilities in the EU. By 2022 she will be head of the project Green transport – technology and diversity in Danish municipalities.
  • Elisabeth Young is Vice President Global Accounts at DEKRA Group and Founder and President of WAVE (WoMen and Vehicles in Europe). She is a graduate of the Lyon School of Management (EM Lyon) where she specialised in Finance and holds a diploma as a chartered accountant.

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar, or register direct using the button below.

 

Register here

 

European Transport Conference 2022: Call for Papers Deadline - MONDAY

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ETC 2022 Call for Contributions

Deadline for Abstracts: 07 February 2022

With less than a week to go before the deadline for Abstract Submissions, don't miss your opportunity to present at the European Transport Conference in 2022. This will be the 50th ETC and the conference will be held at the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, from 7 to 9 September.

The European Transport Conference (ETC) attracts papers that address themes of relevance to the transport agenda in Europe and worldwide. The Conference provides a great opportunity for all delegates to network and form career-spanning professional relationships.

AET reserves the right to change the format or cancel the conference if required, in response to the emerging pandemic situation.

 

Conference Themes for 2022

We now invite Abstract Submissions for the 2022 European Transport Conference.

The major theme of the conference will be:

Behaviour Change – the impacts of the climate emergency and COVID-19 on long term travel patterns

The seminars of each Programme Committee will reference the theme. Emphasis will also be placed on:

  • Covid recovery: funding and the financial stability of public transport
  • The future of cities: emerging new travel and land-use patterns
  • The future of aviation: compatibility of recovery and sustainability
  • Travel data: when will new travel patterns be stable enough to inform modelling and forecasting?

These are just a few of the highlighted areas in which we are interested. In addition to these themes, papers that fit within Programme Committees’ areas of interest are also very welcome. Their Calls for Papers are available from the AET website.

In addition, we would like to hear from anyone who is interested in utilising ETC 2022 as a platform to hold their final project dissemination event in a parallel co-located stream.

Keep up to date with more news on the Conference and the 2022 themes by following us on Twitter: @EuTransportConf using #etcMilan2022

Your opportunity to present at the most established transport conference in Europe!

You are invited to submit an abstract based on one of the above themes or on one of those suggested by the Programme Committees. The deadline for abstract submission is 7 February 2022.

Submissions may be made via the Association's website. You will need to register once as an author and then you can submit as many abstracts as you wish. Authors can request a peer review of their papers and a selection of reviewed papers is published online or in special issues of journals. More details are available as a download within the Call for Papers brochure and on the AET website

REGISTER & SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

Don't forget to: #etcMilan2022

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: Webinar 03 February 2022

Transport Mobility

Webinar: Thursday 3 February 2022

11.00 - 12.00 CET (10.00 - 11.00 GMT/WET)

Increasing the sustainability of freight transport

This FREE webinar is organised as the fourth event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously AET Covid-19 Conversations) and will be chaired by Thierry Vanelslander, Professor in the Department of Transport and Regional Economics at the University of Antwerp and Chair of the European Transport Conference Freight and Logistics Programme Committee. It will focus on two aspects of increasing the sustainability of freight transport:

Shared e-fleets for communal services - a way to reducing urban transport emissions. Dr. Verena Ehrler - researcher at the University Gustave Eiffel, FR and a lecturer at the Wildau Institute of Technology, DE:

  • Cities are under growing pressure to reduce transport related emissions, in order to reach air pollution as well as climate targets. Shifting municipal fleets to electric vehicles is one approach that can contribute to such an emission reduction. In a project carried out in Berlin, municipal services - water supply management, waste management and public transport services - pilot shared electric vehicles for their service units. The presentation maps out how such shared fleets can contribute to greening urban transport.

Freight modal shift: economically feasible and environmentally beneficial?

Axel Merkel and Inge Vierth - Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), SE:

  • Modal shift of freight from road to more energy-efficient modes of transport is seen as a tool to help reduce emissions from the freight transport sector. Despite high ambitions, policies for a modal shift in Europe have largely been unsuccessful. This presentation offers a comparison of mode choice elasticities examined in the context of Swedish maritime freight flows, demonstrating the inelasticity of Swedish maritime freight flows.

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar, or register direct using the button below.

Register here

 

European Transport Conference 2022: Call for Papers

Call for papers 2

ETC 2022 Call for Contributions

Deadline for Abstracts: 07 February 2022

With 1 month to go before the deadline for Abstract Submissions, don't miss your opportunity to present at the European Transport Conference in 2022. This will be the 50th ETC and the conference will be held at the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, from 7 to 9 September.

The European Transport Conference (ETC) attracts papers that address themes of relevance to the transport agenda in Europe and worldwide. The Conference provides a great opportunity for all delegates to network and form career-spanning professional relationships.

AET reserves the right to change the format or cancel the conference if required, in response to the emerging pandemic situation.

Conference Themes for 2022

We now invite Abstract Submissions for the 2022 European Transport Conference. The major theme of the conference will be:

Behaviour Change – the impacts of the climate emergency and COVID-19 on long term travel patterns

The seminars of each Programme Committee will reference the theme. Emphasis will also be placed on:

  • Covid recovery: funding and the financial stability of public transport
  • The future of cities: emerging new travel and land-use patterns
  • The future of aviation: compatibility of recovery and sustainability
  • Travel data: when will new travel patterns be stable enough to inform modelling and forecasting?

These are just a few of the highlighted areas in which we are interested. In addition to these themes, papers that fit within Programme Committees’ areas of interest are also very welcome. Their Calls for Papers are available from the AET website.

In addition, we would like to hear from anyone who is interested in utilising ETC 2022 as a platform to hold their final project dissemination event in a parallel co-located stream.

Keep up to date with more news on the Conference and the 2022 themes by following us on Twitter: @EuTransportConf using #etcMilan2022

Your opportunity to present at the most established transport conference in Europe!

You are invited to submit an abstract based on one of the above themes or on one of those suggested by the Programme Committees. The deadline for abstract submission is 7 February 2022.

Submissions may be made via the Association's website. You will need to register once as an author and then you can submit as many abstracts as you wish. Authors can request a peer review of their papers and a selection of reviewed papers is published online or in special issues of journals. More details are available as a download within the Call for Papers brochure and on the AET website.

REGISTER & SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

And don't forget to:
#etcMilan2022

 

European Transport Conference 2022: Call for Papers

call for papers

ETC 2022 Call for Contributions

Deadline for Abstracts: 07 February 2022

The Association for European Transport (AET) announces the start of the preparations for ETC 2022. This will be the 50th ETC and the conference will be held at the Bovisa Campus of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, from 7 to 9 September.

The European Transport Conference (ETC) attracts papers that address themes of relevance to the transport agenda in Europe and worldwide. The Conference provides a great opportunity for all delegates to network and form career-spanning professional relationships.

AET reserves the right to change the format or cancel the conference if required, in response to the emerging pandemic situation.

Conference Themes for 2022

We now invite Abstract Submissions for the 2022 European Transport Conference.

The major theme of the conference will be:

Behaviour Change – the impacts of the climate emergency and COVID-19 on long term travel patterns

The seminars of each Programme Committee will reference the theme. Emphasis will also be placed on:

  • Covid recovery: funding and the financial stability of public transport
  • The future of cities: emerging new travel and land-use patterns
  • The future of aviation: compatibility of recovery and sustainability
  • Travel data: when will new travel patterns be stable enough to inform modelling and forecasting?

These are just a few of the highlighted areas in which we are interested. In addition to these themes, papers that fit within Programme Committees’ areas of interest are also very welcome. Their Calls for Papers are available from the AET website.

In addition, we would like to hear from anyone who is interested in utilising ETC 2022 as a platform to hold their final project dissemination event in a parallel co-located stream.

Keep up to date with more news on the Conference and the 2022 themes by following us on Twitter: @EuTransportConf using #etcMilan2022

Your opportunity to present at the most established transport conference in Europe!

You are invited to submit an abstract based on one of the above themes or on one of those suggested by the Programme Committees. The deadline for abstract submission is 7 February 2022.

Submissions may be made via the Association's website. You will need to register once as an author and then you can submit as many abstracts as you wish. Authors can request a peer review of their papers and a selection of reviewed papers is published online or in special issues of journals. More details are available as a download within the Call for Papers brochure and on the AET website.

REGISTER & SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

 

AET Transport and Mobility Forum: Webinar 06 January 2022

transport and mobility Dec 18

Webinar: Thursday 6 January 2022

11.00 - 12.00 CET (10.00 - 11.00 GMT/WET)

Did COP26 Mainstream the Implementation of Sustainable Transport?

The 26th United Nations Conference of Parties for Sustainable development was held in Glasgow in November 2021. It was hailed as a last chance summit for progress on sustainability. Emissions associated with transport continue to be one of the greatest areas of concern so what can we now expect as a result of COP26?

The headline agreements from COP26 talk about collaboration and cooperation agreements, enhanced transparency on reporting, and making zero-emission vehicles the new normal. What will these mean in practice?

To start the AET webinar series in 2022, we will be considering this topic broadly by looking at what is technically achievable, politically achievable and likely to be achieved. To offer this range of perspectives, we have arranged for experts to talk informally about their hopes and expectations for 2022. We have a professional at the front line of managing the changes in a large city authority, an academic setting out options and possibilities, and a politician seeking to optimise the art of the achievable (invited, name to be confirmed).

  • Deborah Paton – Glasgow City Council – Deborah is Group Manager for Connectivity at the Council developing the sustainable approaches for the city in which COP26 was held.
  • Carey Curtis – Professor of Sustainable Transport Melbourne and Curtin Universities Australia – In 2020 Carey Curtis edited the International Handbook of Sustainable Transport.

The webinar is organised as the third event of the AET Transport and Mobility Forum (previously the AET Covid-19 conversations) and will be chaired by Derek Halden, from the AET Transport and Mobility Forum.

For further details, please go to the AET Transport and Mobility Forum page and follow the link to register for the webinar.

Register here

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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