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  • ITF Side Events 2010
    of ITS and what key policies and actions in the pursuit of these aims should be Slides Presentations Introduction to ERTICO and ITS Hermann MEYER CEO ERTICO WP 1 s VMS Unit On the move Antonio LUCAS DGT University of Valencia Spain ITS Future Infrastructure and Modal Integration Richard HARRIS Director Intelligent Transport Systems Logica Wednesday 26 May 2010 13 20 13 50 at the UIC and DB stands in the exhibition hall Initiative for Green Logistics EcoTransIT World An innovative approach for global carbon foot printing The International Union of Railways UIC and Deusche Bahn DB have the pleasure to invite you to a side event at the International Transport Forum ITF in Leipzig The innovative web application EcoTransIT World will be presented by Mr Loubinoux Director General UIC and Mr Kefer Board Member Technology and Services of DB AG EcoTransIT is the first tool to provide carbon foot prints of logistical chains including all transport modes on global level All transport modes are kindly invited to cooperate and joint the EcoTransIT World consortium and jointly build the sector standard for carbon foot printing managing transport emissions and greening logistical chains Wednesday 26 May 2010 13 30 15 00 Hall 5 Mayors Roundtable discussion Intelligent Mobility Strategies in Major Cities New Approaches New Policies Major cities today are facing a huge common challenge how to enhance mobility as a basis for competitiveness and economic growth while at the same time reducing congestion pollution and noise protecting the urban environment and improving the quality of life for the citizens Urban transport solutions will increasingly depend on innovative strategies and management tools according to the very different local circumstances in each city and their functional areas Mayors gave brief presentations on their cities innovative concepts followed by questions and discussion between

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  • 2009 International Transport Forum: Workshops
    countries with key figures from business research and civil society to debate issues of strategic importance to the global economy Ministerial debates were preceded by two days of high level discussions organized around five research and industry workshops and four stakeholder workshops as follows Research Industry Stakeholder Workshops Intermodal Transport and Supply Chains Social Impacts of International Transport Strategic Transport Infrastructure Planning and Finance Ensuring a Secure Global Transport System

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  • Forum 2009: Transport for a Global Economy.  Speakers
    locations His off airport property responsibilities include Delta s world headquarters reservations call centres data centres aircraft maintenance bases hangars and cargo facilities as well as other office and support facilities Mr Hamm s career prior to Delta included working for Andersen Consulting on several consulting projects including the Delta account relative to the Technical Operations Centre Rotor Shop Detailed Design and Implementation projects Mr Hamm received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology He also holds a Master of Business Administration Finance from Auburn University Yoshitsugu HAYASHI Nagoya University Professor HAYASHI is former Dean of the Graduate School of Environmental Studies at Nagoya University and now Director of the International Research Centre for Sustainable Transport and Cities He has played essential roles in leading the transport research field land use and the environment in the World Conference on Transport Research Society WCTRS He chairs the WCTRS Scientific Committee as well as the Transport and Spatial Development Group and the Transport and Environment Group Professor Hayashi has taught both at the University of Tokyo and at Nagoya University Joachim HUNOLD Air Berlin Joachim HUNOLD is the CEO of Air Berlin He began his career in 1978 working for Braathens Air Transport a handling company at Düsseldorf airport From 1982 to 1990 Mr Hunold worked for the LTU Group ending up as Director of Sales Marketing In 1991 Joachim Hunold founded Air Berlin GmbH Co Luftverkehrs KG thereby taking over the American company Air Berlin Inc He has been running the company ever since initially as managing partner and since the new holding structure was set up with effect from 1st January 2006 as Director of Air Berlin PLC in the function of Chief Executive Officer Under his leadership Air Berlin has grown from a small company with two aircraft and 150 employees to what is now the second largest German airline Joachim Hunold studied law between 1970 and 1978 Dan IKENSON Cato Institute Washington DC Dan Ikenson is Associate Director of the Centre for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington D C Since joining Cato in 2000 Dan has focused his research on clarifying the benefits of free trade and the costs of protectionism He has written and spoken extensively about trade agreements trade disputes trade negotiations the WTO U S China trade relations steel textile and auto industry policies antidumping reform and the importance of trade facilitation reforms Hans JEEKEL Ministry of Transport Netherlands Since 2007 Hans JEEKEL has been a Corporate Strategist in Rijkswaterstaat the Dutch National Road and Water Authority responsible for research knowledge innovation and international cooperation He joined Rijkswaterstaat in 1999 as Director in the Transport Research Institute where he was responsible for knowledge management traffic and transport safety forecasting and for issues related to transport and society Hans Jeekel was a member of the Board of the European Conference of Transport Research Institutes ECTRI He is now Chairman of the Domain Operations and member of the Executive Board of the Conference of European Road Directors CEDR He also chairs the OECD and ITF joined in JTRC Working Party on Reliability of Transport Systems He studied Human Geography at Utrecht University and Physical Planning and Land Use at the University of Amsterdam Per KÅGESON Nature Associates Per KÅGESON is Director of Nature Associates a small private consultancy in Stockholm which specialises in the cost efficiency of measures and policies to improve the environmental performance of transport He holds a Ph D in Environment and Energy System Analysis from the University of Lund and is the author of more than 30 books and numerous reports and papers Among his recent publications are Linking CO2 Emissions from International Shipping to the EU ETS UBA Berlin 2007 and Tools for Cutting European Transport Emissions CO2 Emissions Trading or Fuel Taxation SNS Stockholm 2008 Candan KARLITEKIN Turkish Airlines Dr Candan Karl ı tekin is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Turkish Airlines since 2003 He is also Shareholder and Manager at Özbakan Makina construction plant since 2002 Dr KARLITEKIN was previously General Manager and Consultant for Begendik Store Enterprises Trade and Industry Joint Stock Company and Chairman of the Board and Deputy General Manager at the Kalk ı nma Development Bank of Turkey After graduating from the University of Bo ğ aziçi s Economics Department Dr Karl ı tekin completed an MBA in International Trade Finance and a Ph D in International Trade Finance and Macroeconomic Modeling at the State University of New York Albany Zolt á n KAZATSAY European Commission Zolt á n KAZATSAY has been Deputy Director General coordinating transport activities at the European Commission since 2004 He was previously working for the Hungarian Ministry of Transport Communications and Water Management where he served in different posts first dealing with project financing and transport policy issues cooperating with IFIs EBRD EIB IBRD He became Deputy State Secretary in 1997 responsible for all transport policy issues and related investments dealing with EU Hungarian accession negotiations related to the transport sector and in charge of transport policy issues including the related aviation policy He supervised the use of pre accession funds PHARE ISPA as well as the Cohesion Fund project preparations in the transport sector Zolt á n Kazatsay graduated as a civil engineer from the Technical University of Budapest Andy KERSHAW British Airways Andy KERSHAW is Manager Environmental Policy at British Airways and has led development of the company s climate change programme since 2003 He serves on climate policy committees of the Association of European Airlines AEA and the International Air Transport Association IATA and made a substantial contribution to the U K Sustainable Aviation Strategy Andy Kershaw holds a Masters degree in Environmental Economics from Imperial College London and has contributed to research into multilateral climate policy for aviation competitiveness impacts of emissions trading sleep disturbance from aircraft noise and noise reducing flight procedures Klaus KREMPER DB Schenker Rail Dr Klaus KREMPER is CEO of DB Schenker Rail since 2009 after becoming a Member of the Executive Board of DB in 2005 After joining Deutsche Bahn AG in 2000 he was appointed Board Member at DB Cargo AG in 2002 and later became Chairman of the Management Board of the company He had previously held various positions with Daimler Benz Aerospace AG Daimler Benz Airport Systems and DaimlerChrysler Services where he acted as Head of the International Business Centre for Aeronautics He studied mechanical engineering in Koblenz He achieved a doctorate in economics at the University of Trier J á n KUBIS UNECE J á n KUBIS has been Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe UNECE since December 2008 He was previously Minister for Foreign Affairs of Slovakia and Chairman of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Mr Kubi š started his career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the former Czechoslovakia from 1976 to 1992 and thereafter in 1993 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia In 1993 1994 he served as Permanent Representative of Slovakia in Geneva to the United Nations Office and other International Organisations including the Economic Commission for Europe He then held various posts at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe OSCE where he acted as Secretary General from 1999 to 2005 He was the European Union s Special Representative for Central Asia with the office in Brussels from 2005 to 2006 Mr Kubi š is a graduate of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations Janusz LACNY JMJ TRANS Janusz LACNY is CEO of JMJ TRANS and was elected President of the International Road Transport Union IRU in 2007 He has chaired the Advisory Committee to the Polish Minister of Transport and then to the Minister of Infrastructure and was elected President of the Polish haulier s Association ZMPD in 1999 Mr Lacny holds a M Sc in Telecommunications and a Ph D in Computer Communication Systems Ray LAHOOD U S Secretary of Transportation Secretary LAHOOD s primary goals in implementing President Obama s priorities for transportation include safety across all modes restoring economic health and creating jobs sustainability shaping the economy of the coming decades by building new transportation infrastructure and assuring that transportation policies focus on people who use the transportation system and their communities Before becoming Secretary of Transportation LaHood served for 14 years in the U S House of Representatives from the 18th District of Illinois 1995 2009 During that time he served on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and after that on the House Appropriations Committee Catherine M LANG FAA Catherine M LANG has been Acting Associate Administrator for the Federal Aviation Administration FAA Office of Airports since January 2009 after serving as Deputy Associate Administrator and Director of FAA s Office of Airport Planning and Programming Before joining the FAA in 1992 Ms Lang worked for the City of Chicago as Assistant Commissioner of the Department of Aviation Ms Lang holds a B A from Briar Cliff College and a M P S from Loyola University of Chicago She serves on the TRB s Airport Cooperative Research Program Oversight Committee and is the FAA s Liaison to the Aero Club of Washington Pierre LATRILLE WTO Pierre LATRILLE is Counsellor in the Trade in Services Division of the World Trade Organization specifically in charge of transport and classification He was previously Head of the International Affairs Section of the Shipping Directorate at the French Transport Ministry From 1991 to 1995 he was Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the GATT and then the WTO He then became Head of the African Section of the Foreign Trade Directorate at the French Ministry of Finance before joining the WTO in 1996 Mr Latrille studied Law Political Sciences and Administration at the Institut d études politiques and the Ecole nationale d administration in Paris Lord MACDONALD Macquarie Capital Lord MACDONALD is Chairman of Macquarie Capital Europe specialising in the investment and management of essential service businesses particularly infrastructure He also currently serves on the Board of Scottish Power Ltd Lord Macdonald joined Macquarie in 2004 following five years in the UK Government as Minister for the Cabinet Office 2001 2003 Minister for Transport 1999 2001 and Minister for Business and Industry in Scotland 1998 1999 Prior to entering Government Lord Macdonald was CEO and Chairman of the Scottish Media Group plc and of academic publishers Taylor and Francis plc Peter MACKIE University of Leeds Peter MACKIE is Professor of Transport Studies at the Institute for Transport Studies University of Leeds He has published widely on the economic appraisal of transport projects and policies and on economic regulation in transport especially the bus industry He has been a partner in research projects such as HEATCO and IASON for the EU and has written reports for the World Bank UNECE and OECD For the UK Government he has led research studies such as the 2003 Value of Travel Time study He has been a Member of the Standing Advisory Committee for Trunk Road Assessment SACTRA at the Department for Transport renowned for its influential reports on environmental appraisal induced traffic and transport and the economy Marios MELETIOU ILO Marios MELETIOU is a Ports and Transport Sector Specialist at the ILO in Geneva responsible for Ports Road Transport Railways and Civil Aviation since 2003 He was previously Head of the Port Development Department at the Cyprus Ports Authority for 22 years before working on port projects with the World Bank in Africa He was also a visiting Professor at the University College London Holding and MSc from the University of Manchester UK and an MBA from the University of Indianapolis US Mr Meletiou undertook postgraduate research at the Department of Maritime Studies and International Transport of the University of Wales UK Kunio MIKURIYA WCO Kunio MIKURIYA is Secretary General of the World Customs Organization WCO He spent 7 years as the Organization s Deputy Secretary General leading efforts to co ordinate the work of the WCO Secretariat with other international organisations such as the WTO the World Bank and the IMF and with the private sector Prior to joining the WCO Mr Mikuriya worked for Japan s Ministry of Finance for 25 years where he held a variety of senior posts in the areas of Customs trade development budget and financial policies He was Director of International Negotiations of Enforcement and of Research and International Affairs in the Tariff and Customs Bureau In addition he spent time as a Counsellor at the Japanese Mission to the WTO in Geneva and participated in the GATT Uruguay Round trade negotiations Mr Mikuriya holds a BA degree in law from Tokyo University Mark MILLER COTECNA Inspection SA Mark MILLER is the Director of COTECNA Supply Chain Security Europe Middle East and Africa for COTECNA Inspection SA He is Vice Chairman of the European Organisation for Security and is the coordinator for the EOS Supply Chain Security Working Group Mr Miller participates in the European Security Research and Innovation Forum Working Group 9 and contributes to the efforts of the European Committee for Standardization as an expert Mr Miller holds a BSc degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the International Institute for Management Development Eva MOLNAR UNECE Eva MOLNAR has been the Director of Transport in UNECE since September 2007 She was previously the Sector Manager for Transport in the Europe and Central Asia Region at the World Bank Before this she worked as an Infrastructure and Management Consultant and held various senior positions in the Hungarian Transport Ministry During this time she acted as CEO of Kapos Volan a road transport company in Hungary and as e Member of the Supervisory Boards of different enterprises such as the Austro Hungarian Railways Raberbahn She was also a guest lecturer at the Transport Economics Department of the Budapest University of Economics and Technical Sciences Mauro MORETTI Ferrovie dello Stato Mauro MORETTI is CEO of Ferrovie dello Stato where he has held numerous positions in various sectors since 1977 He became Vice President of the European Management Committee of UIC International Union of Railways in March and Chairman of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies CER in January In February 2001 Mr Moretti became a member of the Board of Directors of Ferrovie dello Stato which in July of the same year established Rete Ferroviaria Italiana of which he became Managing Director Mauro Moretti holds a degree in Electro Technical Engineering from the University of Bologna and an Honorary Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cassino Arpita MUKHERJEE ICRIER Dr MUKHERJEE is a Professor at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Affairs ICRIER in New Delhi With over twelve years of experience in policy oriented research she has worked closely with the Indian and UK governments and has run projects for WTO UNCTAD and ADB Her research in the transport sector has contributed to India s negotiating strategy in the WTO and bilateral regional agreements and has helped the government to initiate domestic reforms Dr Mukherjee holds a Ph D in Economics from the University of Portsmouth UK She is author of over fifty publications including government reports Hans NIEMEIER Bremen University Hans Martin NIEMEIER is a Professor of Economics specialised in Transport Economics at Bremen University of Applied Sciences Up to 2001 he word for the State Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Hamburg Senate and acted as a regulator of Hamburg Airport implementing price cap regulation Professor Niemeier has written and published extensively in the area of airline and airport economics He is Chairman and one of the founding members of the German Aviation Research Society a Managing Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Hamburg Aviation Conference and a lead partner of the federally funded research project German Airport Performance Dr Niemeier holds a PhD in economics from the University of Hamburg Jos A NIJHUIS Schiphol Group Having joined Schiphol Group as a Board member in 2008 Jos A NIJHUIS was appointed President and CEO from 1 January 2009 Mr Nijhuis started his career as an accountant and worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers between 1980 and 2008 in various management capacities most recently as Chairman of the Board of Management Here he conducted a successful strategic recalibration initiative to enhance internal processes modernised the organisation to adapt to changing market conditions developed and implemented policies to increase gender and cultural diversity and worked to restructure and synchronise the PwC international organisation He also led the way in introducing CSR policy at PwC through a number of social and environmental initiatives Lauri OJALA Turku School of Economics Dr Lauri OJALA is Professor and Chair of Logistics at the Turku School of Economics in Finland His research interest include international logistics and transport markets He has been an expert for the World Bank ADB and EC in development projects in the Baltic States Albania Moldova Ukraine South Caucasus and Central Asia and in charge of large EU part funded projects on transport of dangerous goods and logistics competence He is also the initiator of the World Bank s Logistics Performance Index Vlad OLTEANU ACI Europe Vlad OLTEANU is Policy Manager of ACI Europe Immediately prior to joining ACI Europe in 2008 Vlad spent several years at a prestigious American law firm in their Brussels office using his political science and public policy expertise to work on a variety of international regulatory and development projects in such varied fields as telecommunications transport chemicals or micro electronics He has also represented the interests of a number of stakeholders in the aviation sector Vlad Olteanu also gained experience working for the World Bank as a selected expert in the field of international trade law and has represented both public organisations and private companies on WTO related matters A graduate of the University of Bucharest the Free University of Brussels and the

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  • ITF Forum 2009
    across borders that has emerged since World War II Jérôme notes in his paper that intercontinental maritime container trade has intensified along traditional maritime routes since that time but four decades of uninterrupted growth in container traffic have raised questions regarding the capacity of the traditional international trade network Jérôme looks at issues surrounding the viability of the Northern Sea Route as a possible trade route for containerised goods between Europe and Asia given global warming considerations The Jury highlighted in particular the originality of the approach adopted by Jérôme Verny in his paper and the scientifically rooted analysis he developed in his research Prize for Innovation in Transport and Logistics along the Global Supply Chains The Prize for Innovation in Transport and Logistics along the Global Supply Chain was attributed to Baxter International European Distribution Centre Belgium The Belgian based European distribution centre for Baxter International a global healthcare company launched an innovative initiative called Transportation of healthcare products by inland navigation in 2007 This initiative was designed to improve speed and reliability lower transport costs and emissions and improve overall efficiency of the Baxter distribution centre s supply chain in Benelux region Through this initiative Baxter shifted all of its incoming containers from the deep sea ports of Antwerp Rotterdam and Zeebrugge off trucks and onto inland navigation barges With this container traffic now entirely on inland waterways Baxter has decreased its transport costs by 23 percent while maintaining efficiency through increased reliability a clear preference for consistently on time deliveries over speed virtually no congestion costs and huge reductions in CO2 emissions Read the Summary Website www baxter be en about baxter sub distribution html Special Jury Mention for Transport and Logistics The Prize for Innovation in Transport and Logistics along the Global Supply Chain was attributed

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  • Transport & the Economic Downturn: Opinions & Analysis
    examples of the package that has and still is being put together to support the sector in bridging difficult times However more is necessary and the overall policy framework should become much more comprehensive to emerge from this crisis in the best way possible From an early stage it was clear that the crisis threatened more than merely jobs and growth The deep unsettling turmoil also raised questions about momentum and continued progress towards sustainable mobility goals This challenge presenting itself on two fronts raises issues for industry chiefs and policy leaders alike European auto makers are ready to confront this double challenge head on Their commitment to solutions that tackle issues like climate change and road safety remains at the heart of manufacturers strategies Modern trucks vans and buses already set the global benchmark in terms of safety efficiency and environment Pollutant emissions such as NOx and particulate matter have been reduced by as much as 85 and 95 respectively since the late 1980s The commercial vehicle industry has cut the fuel consumption of its products by more than a third since the 1970s Progress will continue with improved combustion engines hybrid trucks and buses other innovative drive trains and the use of alternative fuels As part of the manufacturers Vision 20 20 a further 20 improvement in fuel efficiency is strived for by 2020 coupled with an integrated approach to tackling man made CO2 emissions Developing technological solutions is of course not enough to address all of the traffic related concerns worldwide Political leaders the fuel industry the hauliers vehicle operators and drivers must all do their part to help shape sustainable mobility The most important lever to push efforts in terms of sustainable transportation is political support We need governments as allies to address bottlenecks in infrastructure promote transport efficiency harmonise regulatory standards and test cycles and to enhance the market acceptance of new vehicle technologies Technologies are our industries core business However innovation relies on a vibrant and competitive sector A supportive policy framework is essential and only more so in times of crisis Such a framework does more than just protect a sector that is vital to Europe s economy it ensures the sectors vital contribution to Europe s well being as a whole Creating a new deal for sustainable mobility means accepting a thriving economy as the foundation to underpin a more healthy environment tomorrow That is the opportunity that our industry sees for Europe For sure it is work in progress and the road will be long But there is no alternative Roads to Recovery by Sybille RUPPRECHT Director General IRF Geneva Our wealth did not create our transport infrastructure it is our transport infrastructure which created our wealth These words of John F Kennedy should inspire our sector as it adjusts to a time of unprecedented challenges and critical transition Roads are indeed the circulatory system of our planetary economy It is not by neglecting investment in these vital arteries that we can effectively heal the ills brought about by the global financial crisis On the contrary the continued development of sustainable roads and infrastructure needs to be given enhanced policy emphasis as a key catalyst for stimulating recovery It is no coincidence in this respect that several countries have already earmarked significant sums from their stimulus packages to boosting infrastructure projects But whilst current stimulus packages are welcome in the short term we must not be lulled into viewing them as a substitute for the development of sustainable funding mechanisms with the capacity to promote qualitative long term investment in improvements or infrastructure In this respect the current economic crisis can be turned into an opportunity as it will call for prioritising infrastructure investment and rationalising projects through focus on those that contribute to quality infrastructure investment The downturn provides an occasion for many industries not least the road construction sector to set the new standards and sustainable practices needed to prosper as an integral part of the green economy currently being promoted by administrations throughout the world This will necessitate placing the policy emphasis on providing a comprehensive and fully integrated suite of incentives to encourage efficient management of road infrastructure in harmony with environmental and social imperatives To optimise this there is a priority need for the sector to establish common baselines and benchmarks for monitoring carbon footprint at every stage of planning construction maintenance and operation In this spirit the IRF has developed a unique Greenhouse Gas Calculator aimed at harmonising the procedures for calculating CO2 and other emissions from road construction projects This will transparently enable the quantification of achievable reductions in carbon emissions as well as serve as an authoritative basis for offsetting those impacts that cannot be avoided Through such initiatives we seize the opportunity to dynamically affirm our industry s credentials as a potential lead sector in the green economy quite literally the initiator of roads to recovery Efficient finance and environmentally friendly construction and maintenance methods are critical elements on the path to economic recovery Our industry is committed to working towards this objective Policy Measures to Fight the Economic Downturn in the Domain of the Road by Martin MARMY IRU Secretary General The International Road Transport Union IRU representing truck bus coach and taxi operators through its 180 members in 74 countries on the 5 continents considers that in today s globalised economy professional road transport is no longer merely a mode of transport but a vital production tool interconnecting every business to all world markets and providing safe environmentally friendly and affordable mobility for all Due to the financial crisis which has turned into an economic crisis the demand for vital road freight transport services has slowed down dramatically up to 50 Coach tourism is also expected to suffer a decline The forecasts for 2009 are equally pessimistic At the same time costs for the road freight transport sector are expected to rise by at least 3 4 in comparison with

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  • International Contributions on globalisation and Transport
    Infrastructures mobilité et croissance Conseil d analyse économique executive summary p 235 240 EUROCITIES EUROCITIES for Sustainable Urban Mobility European Communities EC COMPETE Study studies congestion and competitiveness comparing the EU and the USA Analysis of the impact of oil prices on the socioeconomic situation in the transport sector Final report 27 April 2006 ECORYS for the European Commission DG TREN European Metropolitan Transport Authorities EMTA EMTA Barometers biannual benchmarking of performances across transport networks in the European metropolitan areas European Rail Industry Federation Worldwide Rail Market Study Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail OTIF Convention concerning international carriage by rail COTIF input to different international conventions concerning the facilitation of border crossing International Labour Organization ILO Report on Labour and Social Issues Arising from Problems of Cross Border Mobility of International Drivers in the Road Transport Sector Note on the proceedings of the Tripartite Meeting on Labour and Social Issues Arising from Problems of Cross Border Mobility of International Drivers in the Road Transport Sector Working Paper on Issues of Fatigue and Working Time in the Road Transport Sector Working Paper on Violence and Stress at Work in the Transport Sector HIV AIDS in Road Transport C153 Hours

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  • ITF Forum 2009 - National Contributions
    Queensland Final Report Queensland Government December 2007 Review of Port Planning Draft Report Essential Services Commission October 2007 Container Stevedoring Monitoring report no 9 Australian Competition Consumer Commission October 2007 International and Domestic Shipping and Ports Study MEYRICK and Associates Prepared for DTEI on behalf of the Australian Maritime Group 1 May 2007 Urban Planning and Transport Paradigm Shifts for Surviving the Post Petroleum Age in Cities Prof Jeffrey Kenworthy ISTP Murdoch University Perth Western Australia Canada Clarifying Trade Costs in Maritime Transport Working Party on the Trade Committee TAD OECD 17 18 June 2008 Stuck in Neutral Canada s Engagement in Regional and Global Supply Chains ITIC The Conference Board of Canada Insights You Can Count on Report May 2008 Building North America Drivers of Change Thinking about North American Freight Transportation Infrastructure in 2030 Stephen Blank Co Chair North American Transportation Competitiveness Research Council March 2008 Finding the Balance Reducing Border Costs While Strengthening Security The Canadian Chamber of Commerce February 2008 Review of Recent Reports on North American Transportation Infrastructure North American Transportation Competitiveness Research Council Building North America Working Papers No 3 September 2007 Easing the Chokepoints A Plan for an Efficient Canada U S Border Ontario Chamber of Commerce August 2007 Is Just in Case Replacing Just in Time How Cross Border Trading Behaviour has Changed since 9 11 ITIC International Trade and Investment Centre The Conference Board of Canada Insights You Can Count on Briefing June 2007 Reaching a Tipping Point Effects of Post 9 11 Border Security on Canada s Trade and Investment ITIC The Conference Board of Canada Insights You Can Count on Report June 2007 Tighter Border Security and Its Effects on Canadian Exports ITIC The Conference Board of Canada Insights You Can Count on Report June 2007 Canada s Changing

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  • International Transport Forum 2009 - Partners
    Press Contact Us 2009 SUMMIT Introduction Workshops Speakers Awards Opinions Analysis Stakeholders National Contributions Bibliography Exhibitor Information Partners PREVIOUS SUMMITS Society 2011 Innovation 2010 Globalisation 2009 Climate Change 2008 NEWS

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