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  • Evidence Based Decision Making - Reality or Chimera?
    of leading researchers and policy makers to discuss the relationships between research and policy in the transport sector The aim was to review in a range of countries recent experiences and practices and any lessons learned to make research work more relevant and policy making more based on good analysis What has research offered to policy Speaking different languages Yves CROZET University of Lyon Institute of Transport Economics LET The

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/SeminarJune2011/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Meeting Society’s Transport Needs under Tight Budgets. ITF OECD Mexico Round Table, 8 March 2011
    Summit to be held in Leipzig in May 2011 under the theme of Transport for Society This session brought together internationally recognised experts to consider various aspects of this theme Presentations Transport Investment Selection under Scarce Public Resources Criteria for private sector participation Mateu TURRO Cadedratico de la Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Spain The Infrastructure Sector Alfonso BARONA Director North America Business Development Grupo CINTRA The State s Role in

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/Mexico2011/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Travel Time Reliability – World View and SHRP 2 , International Meeting, 23 January 2011, Washington, D.C., United States
    impacts of the investment on average travel time and variability in travel time then the policy is actually without basis The meeting was designed to bring together researchers and decision makers to examine recent research results both internationally and in the SHRP 2 reliability focus area Final Programme Plenary Session Improving Reliability on Surface Transport Networks Presentation of the ITF OECD Final Report Jan van der WAARD Centre for Infrastructure of the Dutch Ministry of Transport Public Works and Water Management Netherlands Session 1 Valuing Travel Time Reliability Progress and Issues since Vancouver Why did we organise the Vancouver meeting Jari KAUPPILA International Transport Forum OECD State of Art and State of Practice Incorporating Reliability in CBA Mogens FOSGERAU Institute for Transport Denmark Netherlands on Stated Preference Survey Pim WARFFEMIUS Institute for Transport Policy Analysis Netherlands The Value of Reliability in Freight Transport Norway SP freight study results Askil HARKJERR HALSE and Marit KILI TOI Norway Imputing value of reliability based on SHRP 2 Project C04 Peter VOVSHA PB Americas Inc United States Measuring and Valuing Travel Time Reliability from the Traveler Perspective Karl WUNDERLICH Noblis United States Session 2 SHRP 2 Research on Travel Time Reliability Establishing Monitoring Programs

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/Reliability2011/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Round Table on ICT for Innovative Global Freight Transport Systems
    transport ICT applications can help Enrico MUSSO University of Genoa and Alberto CAPPATO IIC ICT and hinterland transport Peter de LANGEN Eindhoven University of Technology Port of Rotterdam Authority An Approach to a Global Intermodal Transport Systems Franco BORASI Elsag Datamat How to implement a global system Standards systems and services that make freight management work Frank KNOORS LogitSystem Background Documents Challenges for using ICT to improve coordination in hinterland

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/Genoa2010/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • ITF Experts Session on Innovation
    University Future Mobility Patterns and Transport Systems Alain BONNAFOUS Laboratoire d économie des transports France The Prospects for Inter Urban Travel Demand Yves CROZET Laboratoire d économie des transports France Innovation Governance Structures and the Transport Sector Elizabeth DEAKIN University of California Berkeley Policy Strategies to Foster and Guide Innovations in the Air Traffic System Hartmut FRICKE Technische Universität Dresden Germany International and National Aviation Recovery Stagnation or New Worlds

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/experts2010/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 18th International Symposium on Transport Economics and Policy
    and Developments in Inter Urban Passenger Transport The Prospects for Inter Urban Travel Demand Slides Yves CROZET Laboratoire d économie des transports Lyon France International Air Transport in the Future Slides David GILLEN University of British Columbia Vancouver Canada Session 2 Adapting the Intermodal Network to the Passenger Market Long Term Planning and Assessment When to Invest in High Speed Rail Links and Networks Slides Chris NASH University of Leeds United Kingdom High Speed Inter City Transport Systems in Japan Past Present and the Future Slides Katsuhiro YAMAGUCHI and Kiyoshi YAMASAKI University of Tokyo Japan Inter Urban Passenger Transport Economic Assessment of Major Infrastructure Projects Slides Gines DE RUS University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Spain Session 3 Competition and Regulation of Interurban Travel Towards New Regulatory Frameworks Competition or Cooperation in Public Transport Slides Botond ABA KTI Budapest Hungary Lessons from the U S Transport Deregulation Experience for Privatization Slides Clifford WINSTON Brookings Institute Washington DC USA Long Distance Bus Services in Europe Concessions or Free Market Slides Didier VAN DE VELDE Delft University of Technology Netherlands Long Distance Passenger Rail Services in Europe Market Access Models and Implications for Germany Slides Thorsten BECKERS and Christian VON HIRSCHHAUSEN Technische Universität Berlin Fabian HAUNERLAND and Matthias WALTER Dresden University of Technology Germany Competition for Long Distance Passenger Rail Services The Emerging Evidence Slides John PRESTON University of Southampton United Kingdom Session 4 Transport System Interactions and Innovation When Should We Provide Separate Auto and Truck Roadways Slides Robert POOLE Reason Foundation Los Angeles USA Dedicated Lanes Tolls and ITS Technology Slides Robin LINDSEY University of Alberta Canada The Informed and Oriented Transport System User Slides Peter ZIMMERMANN Management Consultant Munich Germany Potential Economic Impacts of Technological and Organizational Innovation in Intermodal Access to Major Passenger Terminals Slides Notes on

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/Symp2009/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • 4th IRTAD Conference
    Traffic Casualties in the Netherlands relevance and method Slides Mr Niels BOS SWOV Netherlands and Mr Harry DERRIKS Ministry of Transport Netherlands Achieving Quality of Canadian Crash Data Slides Ms Aline CHOUINARD Transport Canada Prerequisites for Completing the Quality Chain in the Safety Management Slides Mr Byongho CHOE Korea Transportation Safety Authority Under Reporting of Road Traffic Crash Data in Ghana Mr Mohammed SALIFU University of Science and Technology of Kwame Nkrumah Ghana Update and Improvement of the Traffic Accident Data Collection Procedures in Spain The METRAS Method of Sequencing Accident Events Slides Mr Jean François PACE INTRAS University of Valencia Spain Session 5 Road Safety Benchmarking Analyses Using the European Road Safety Observatory Slides Ms Eleonora PAPADIMITRIOU National Technical University of Athens Greece Elaborating an Index Methodology for Creating an Overall Road Safety Performance Score for a Set of Countries Slides Ms Elke HERMANS University of Hasselt Belgium Stronger Road Safety Performance Monitoring in South Australia Slides Ms Tamra FEDOJUK Department for Transport South Australia Designing a Composite Index for Road Safety SUNflowerNexte Chapter 3 Ms Victoria GITELMAN Transportation Research Institute Israel and Mr Fred WEGMAN SWOV Netherlands Session 6 Road Infrastructure and Safety Analysis Road Infrastructure Safety Assessment RISA Slides Mr Ian APPLETON Transport Agency New Zealand Development of Intersection Traffic Accident Risk Assessment Model Slides Mr Ki Joon KIM TERI Korea Software based Road Safety Analysis in Germany Slides Mr Ulrich BRANNOLTE Bauhaus University and Mr Andre MÜNCH PTV Germany Sequential Data Analysis for Black Spot Identification Slides Mr Songrit CHAYANAN and Mr Kiettipong JIERRANAITANAKIT Ministry of Transportation Thailand Relating Freeway Traffic Accidents with Inductive Loop Detector Data Using Logistic Regression Slides Mr Cheal OH University of Hanyang Korea Session 7 Data Collection and Analysis in Asian Countries The Construction of Road Accident Analysis and Database System in Malaysia Slides Mr Hizal Hanis BIN HASHIM MIROS Malaysia Data Leads to Successful Introduction of Vietnam Helmet Law Slides Ms Lan Huong NGUYEN GRSP Vietnam Analysis of Design Elements for Urban Highway Safety Slides Mr SooBeom LEE University of Seoul Korea GRSP Beijing Project of Improving Vulnerable Road Users VRU Safety at Intersections Slides Ms Ann YUAN GRSP China Traffic Accidents in Hanoi Data Collection and Analysis Slides Mr Nguyen Hoang Hai Hanoi Department of Transport Vietnam Session 8 Safety Performance Indicators Analyzing Road Safety Indicator Data across Europe Describing Explaining and Comparing Slides Ms Elke HERMANS University of Hasselt Belgium Surveys on Safety Performance Indicators in Switzerland Results and Methodological Issues Slides Mr Steffen NIEMANN Council for Accident Prevention Switzerland Data and Monitoring on Road Safety Performance in Hungary Slides Mr Peter HOLLO KTI Hungary Evaluating Safety and Road Safety Effects using Empirical Bayesian Method Slides Mr Harri PELTOLA VTT Finland Road Safety Performance Evaluation based on a Multiple Layer Data Envelopment Analysis Model Slides Mr Yongjun SHEN University of Hasselt Belgium Session 9 Data Analysis to Support Road Safety Policy Target Setting and Monitoring Monitoring Performance Indicators in order to reach Sweden s New Road Safety Target

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/irtadpublic/Seoul2009.html (2016-02-17)
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  • FIA Symposium: Towards a Global Approach to Automotive Fuel Economy
    Transport Energy Specialist IEA Policy Challenges in Climate Change Air Quality Energy Security David GREENE Corporate Fellow National Transportation Research Centre A Car Producer s Viewpoint Willy TOMBOY Director Environmental Affairs Group Toyota Europe Session 3 Global Case Studies Sharing Experience in the Developed and Emerged Economies United States Case Study Drew KODJAK Executive Director ICCT Japanese Approach on CO2 Reduction from Automobile Michinori HACHIYA General Manager Environment and Engineering Nissan The EU Policy on CO2 and Cars Günter HÖRMANDIGER Policy Officer Vehicle Emissions DG ENV Fuel Efficiency Programs in China Michael P WALSH Carlines Indian Vehicle Manufacturer s Perspective Atanu GANGULI Deputy Director SIAM and P K BANERJEE Assistant General Manager Tata Motors Case for Automotive Fuel Efficiency Standards in India Sanjivi SUNDAR TERI Fuel Efficiency in Developing Countries Gianni LOPEZ Director Centro Mario Molina Chile Fuel Economy Program in Brazil Henry JOSEPH Jr Director Volkswagen Brazil Session 4 The Potential of Fuel and Vehicle Technologies The Scope for Improvement in Current Fuel and Vehicle Technologies K G DULEEP Managing Director EEA ICF The Technology Pathway to Clean and Efficient Road Transport Axel FRIEDRICH The Potential of Fuels and Vehicles Technologies Getting the Incentives Right Kelly SIMS GALLAGHER Director

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/FIA2008/FIAmay08.html (2016-02-17)
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