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  • Summit 2012: Media Travel Grant
    extent is complete connectivity possible Where should investment be made in linking urban and inter urban transport How can seamless transport drive economic growth How can freight traffic be better managed in cities How can connectivity across borders be improved How are real time information and integrated ticketing changing passenger transport Why should you report from this event A unique opportunity to meet and interview politicians industry leaders and academics all under one roof Unlimited inspiration for opinion pieces editorials or broadcasts for your media outlet Be the first to report on the latest innovations in the field of transport and mobility Influence policy making in your own country as you take back what you ve seen and heard Benefit from the behind the scenes technical tours to Porsche BMW the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport and more Join Ministers Mayors and other transport leaders on a cycle tour of Leipzig at the Gala Dinner and the Presidency Reception hosted by the Japanese Transport Ministry The grant includes Travel from your home country to Leipzig Germany Hotel Accommodation for up to 5 nights in the host city on bed and breakfast basis Meals provided during the 3 days of the Summit

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  • International Transport Forum 2011
    road safety to accessibility mobility rights to financing transport systems under tight budgets sustainable urban travel to balancing transport security with civil liberties Now in its fourth year the International Transport Forum s annual summit has clearly established itself as the leading global mobility event The rich output of the high calibre debates in Leipzig is accessible via this website You can watch the keynotes by Jeffrey Sachs Jeremy Rifkin

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/2011/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • International Transport Forum 2010: Transport and Innovation
    Summary and Conclusions Disseminating Innovation Meeting the Demands of a Changing World Panel Outline Summary and Conclusions Innovator s Corner Panel Outline Summary and Conclusions Managing Large Scale Multimodal Emergency Evacuations Hossam ABDELGAWAD University of Toronto Canada 2010 Young Researcher of the year Optimization of Multimodal Evacuation of Large Scale Transportation Networks Hossam ABDELGAWAD University of Toronto Baher ABDULHAI Canada Research Chair in ITS 2010 Young Researcher of the year Innovation in Madrid Transport Interchanges Javier ALDECOA Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid Spain Winner of the ITF UITP Prize on Outstanding Innovation for Public Transport Ahmedabad Janmarg India Bus Rapid Transit System I P GAUTAM Ahmedabad Janmarg Ltd India Finalist of the ITF UITP Prize on Outstanding Innovation for Public Transport Fastrack Bus Rapid Transit Innovative use of public transport to deliver sustainable regeneration in a key UK growth area David GEORGE Fastrack Project Manager Kent County Council UK Finalist of the ITF UITP Prize on Outstanding Innovation for Public Transport Seoul Bus iPhone App Juwan YOO Korea Young Innovator Forum Roundtable on the Global Fuel Economy Initiative Session Outline Summary and Conclusions The Global Fuel Economy Initiative GFEI Lew FULTON Transport Energy Specialist International Energy Agency Toward 50by50 An Assessment of Prospects and Progress George EADS Executive Editor GFEI 2010 Report Comparing Fuel Efficiency Across Countries K G DULEEP Managing Director ICF International Comments on GFEI Progress Report Steve PLOTKIN Center for Transportation Research Argonne National Laboratory Nissan s Approach for CO2 Reduction Mitsuhiko YAMASHITA Executive Vice President Nissan Motor Co Ltd Ministerial Session Getting to the Transport System of Tomorrow Key Messages from the 2010 Forum International Transport Forum Secretariat Background Paper Day 3 Friday 28 May 2010 Implementation Day Getting Down to Business Partnerships for a More Innovative Transport System Panel Outline Summary and Conclusions Side

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  • Introduction the First International Transport Forum, Leipzig, 28-20 May 2008
    German English Translation Reducing transport s dependence on oil and CO2 emissions improving energy efficiency these goals are the topics for the 1st International Transport Forum in Leipzig Germany In order to find global answers to global questions German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the challenges of climate change for the transport sector with more than 50 Ministers of transport and high ranking representatives from politics industry and research High Definition 13 MB High Definition 13 MB Panel 2 Introducing Energy efficient Transport Technologies Panel 3 Implementing Integrated Policies and Planning Summaries of Panels Awards Ceremony Prizes to companies for their mobility management plans and young researchers for innovative policy research on potential reduction of transport related greenhouse gas emissions Prize Winners Wednesday 28 May 2008 Research Industry and Stakeholders Day Opening Press Release Opening of the Forum and Exhibition Jack Short ITF Secretary General and Burkhard Jung Lord Mayor of the City of Leipzig at the opening of the Exhibition Ecodriving VVCR Stand Deutsche Bahn Stand Deutsche Bahn Stand Ford Fuel Cell Car Workshops Advances in Energy efficient Transport Technologies Changing Behaviour in Passenger Transport Reducing CO2 Emissions in Goods Transport Transport CO2 Emissions in Emerging Economies Strategies for Reducing

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  • 2015 KOTI- ITF/OECD Joint Seminar on Transport and Trade: Connecting Continents
    Summary of the Seminar Slides Keynote speech Jaehak OH Vice President Korea Transport Institute International Freight to 2050 Jari KAUPPILA Senior Economist International Transport Forum How to Advance International Trade Logistics in the Northeast Asia Jee Sun LEE Hong Seung ROH Korea Transport Institute Economic Integration and Cross Border Logistics Myths and Realities Ruth BANOMYOUNG Director Centre for Logistics Research Thammasat Business School Sea Land Intermodal Transport System in Northeast

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/KOTI2015/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 2013 KOTI- ITF/OECD Joint Seminar on Funding Transport for the Future
    the Future Press Room Korea Press Center Seoul Korea 14 February 2013 Agenda Slides Sustainable Funding for Public Transport José Viegas Secretary General International Transport Forum Securing Stable Transport Funding through Earmarked Tax in Korea Dr Sungwon Lee Dr Young Jong Kwon Korea Transport Institute Funding and Pricing Policy For Sustainable Transport Andreas Kopp World Bank PPP in Transport Projects in Korea Director Global Transport Cooperation Research Division Korea Transport

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/KOTI2013/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 2012 KOTI-ITF/OECD Seminar on Seamless Public Transport for All
    and operation The result of the seminar will be research input to the International Transport Forum s 2012 Summit in Leipzig Germany in May There were three consecutive sessions consisting of six presentations from both Korean and European experts and panel discussions followed The session topics and presentation titles are decided as Session 1 Seamless Public Transport Strategy for National Perspectives One nation One seamless transport city Sang Min LEE KOTI Korea Simple seamless public transport across the nation Dutch experience in Implementing the OV chipkaart Francis CHEUNG Netherlands Session 2 Better Network Design for Seamless Public Transport Operation Better network design for seamless public transport Physical integration of public transport network Young Jong KWON Korea Key factors of network design for seamless intra regional public transport Gutav NIELSEN Norway Discussion notes Sangjin HAN International Transport Forum Session 3 New Technology to Facilitate Seamless Public Transport Operation Information and fare Integration One Card All Pass Jungsil LIM Korea The future of Oyster card in London Matthew HUDSON United Kingdom Discussion Wonjae JANG Korea Transport Institute Korea Wrap up remarks Policy Brief Towards Seamless Public Transport Interviews with Dr Gyeng Chul KIM President of KOTI Dr Gyeng Chul KIM President of

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  • International Workshop on Measuring Investment in Transport Infrastructure
    for measuring investment and a fortiori assets The increasing mix of public and private investors and operators in the transport sector adds to the complexity of measuring investments and outcomes Transport infrastructure has to be maintained and measurement of maintenance costs and outcomes differs widely across modes and countries Subsidies complicate measurement further They provide additional resources but are not necessarily defined as investments The lack of clear definitions and common practices hinders meaningful analysis and comparison and this may lead to inaccuracy in decision making Martin Clever ITF Edouard Chong ITF Sangjin Han ITF Jari Kauppila ITF Patricia Hu US BTS Mario Barreto ITF Sangdo Kim Korean Ministry of Infrastructure Jari Kauppila ITF Andreas Kopp World Bank Mario Barreto ITF Patricia Hu US BTS Peter Van de Ven OECD Timo Valila EIB G Amerini Eurostat Lou Thompson TG A Draft Programme Download the draft programme here List of Participants Download the list of participants here Presentations made at the workshop Welcome and objectives Introduction by the Chair Opening Session Data Needs and Existing Gaps in Economic Research Timo Välilä European Investment Bank Measuring infrastructure investment and maintenance National Accounts and Transport Investments Peter van de Ven OECD An introduction to the European Commission s TENtec Information System Helmut Morsi DG Move European Commission Measuring Transport Infrastructure Investment Maintenance The French case Frédéric BOCCARA Ministère de l écologie du Dévelopment durable des transports et du logement France Measuring Transportation Investment in the USA Challenges and Opportunities Patricia Hu Bureau of Transportation Statistics USA Magnitude Measurement of Investment in Transport Infrastructure Arvind Kumar Ministry of Road Transport Highways India and T P Sankar The Energy and Resources Institute India Combining data from public and private entities The importance of data in public private assessments of transport projects Cristian Gonzalez International Road

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