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  • ITF Conference Papers
    What Cost ITF at the Copenhagen Climate Summit 15 December 2009 Go to Conference Materials The Future for Interurban Passenger Transport 18th International Symposium on Transport Economics and Policy Madrid Spain 16 18 November 2009 Go to Conference Materials Values of Travel Time Reliability and Cost Benefit Analysis JTRC SHRP2 Vancouver Canada 15 16 October 2009 Go to Conference Materials Innovation in Road Transport ITF Seminar Lisbon Portugal 2 October 2009 Go to Conference Materials Road Safety Data Collection and Analysis for Target Setting and Monitoring Performances and Progress 4th IRTAD Conference Seoul Korea 16 17 September 2009 Go to Conference Materials Overcoming Border Crossing Obstacles Joint ITF UNECE WB Seminar Paris 5 6 March 2009 Go to Conference Materials Achieving Ambitious and Realistic Road Safety Targets The Safe System Approach High Level Seminar Paris 25 26 September 2008 Go to Conference Materials Workshop on Motorcycling Safety Lillehammer Norway 10 11 June 2008 Go to Conference Materials Towards a Global Approach to Improved Fuels and Vehicles Efficiency FIA Foundation Symposium in partnership with IEA UNEP and ITF Paris 15 16 May 2008 Go to Conference Materials Long Life Pavements JTRC Workshop Ljubljana 22 April 2008 Go to Conference Materials New Energy Indicators for Transport The Way Forward IEA ITF Workshop Paris 28 29 January 2008 Go to Conference Materials Workshop on Ecodriving Paris 22 23 November 2007 Go to Conference Materials Regulating Heavy Vehicles for Safety and Efficiency Australia as a Case Study Seminar Paris 24 September 2007 Go to Conference Materials Road Freight Transport in ECMT Member Countries Moscow 21 September 2007 Go to Conference Materials Road Charging Systems Technology Choice and Cost Effectiveness ECMT Conference Paris 1 June 2006 Go to Conference Materials Competitive Tendering of Rail Passenger Services Experience to Date ECMT Workshop Paris 12 January 2006

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  • OECD-RTR Publications: Research Reports
    operations of goods transport vehicles in urban areas are often regarded more as a nuisance than an essential service Relatively little has been done by governments to facilitate the essential flows of goods in urban areas and to reduce the adverse impacts of urban goods transport on the communities being served This has resulted in increasing problems associated with goods delivery including competition with passenger transport for access to road infrastructure and space for parking delivery facilities How should OECD countries deal with the difficult challenges they face in this area This report analyses measures taken in many cities in the OECD area and provides recommendations for dealing with these challenges 160 pages Paris July 2003 Go to publication Transport Logistics Shared Solutions to Common Challenges Globalisation and advances in information and communication technologies are reshaping the world s trading patterns Today s internationally competitive businesses work through strategic integrated global networks designed to deliver efficient and high quality response to demands from anywhere in the world This trend has given rise to the terms global logistics or supply chain management In addition growing environmental concerns require that logistics should not only be efficient they should also contribute to sustainable development How do governments understand the current state of logistics systems Do we share a vision of desired global logistics networks towards which governments can work What are the barriers to achieving efficient and sustainable logistics networks The OECD TRILOG project aimed to provide insights into these key issues through an exchange of experiences relating to freight transport logistics in the Asia Pacific Europe and North American regions This report attempts to identify constraints and address issues common to the three regions and suggest possible solutions and approaches that could facilitate the development of policies to promote efficient and sustainable international logistics 52 pages Paris August 2002 Go to publications Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Road Transport Road transport accounts for approximately 80 of CO2 emissions emanating from transport which corresponds to more than 20 of total emissions This clearly has enormous implications for global climate change With the continued growth forecast in car ownership and distance travelled what are the expected trends in CO2 emissions and their consequences for the potential achievement of the Kyoto Protocol What models are available to predict the level of CO2 emissions Are they useful This report which has been prepared by an OECD Working Group uses a number of illustrative and pragmatic cases to provide important insights into these major questions 67 pages Paris July 2002 Go to publication Impact of Transport Infrastructure Investment on Regional Development Road transport accounts for approximately 80 of CO2 emissions emanating from transport which corresponds to more than 20 of total emissions This clearly has enormous implications for global climate change With the continued growth forecast in car ownership and distance travelled what are the expected trends in CO2 emissions and their consequences for the potential achievement of the Kyoto Protocol What models are available

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  • Speeches and Presentations
    Conference Korea 30 October 2012 Go to Presentation ppt Sustainable Transport and Supply Chains by José VIEGAS Presentation powerpoint made at the Freight and Logistics F L Meeting London UK 7 9th November 2012 Go to Presentation Developments within the ECMT Multilateral Quota System by Elene SHATBERASHVILI Presentation powerpoint made at the IRU Goods Transport Council CTM Meeting Geneva Switzerland 8 November 2012 Go to Presentation Go to report on the TF Multilateral Quota briefing on the IRU website Supply chains Incorporating Reliability Into Policy by Jari KAUPPILA Presentation powerpoint made at the APEC Port Services Network Workshop on Green Shipping Supply Chains Hong Kong China 5 November 2012 Go to Presentation ITF Transport Outlook Meeting the Needs of 9 Billion People by Stephen PERKINS Presentation powerpoint made at the TRB EMBARQ WORLD BANK ABD IDB Transforming Transportation Conference Washington D C 26 January 2012 Go to Presentation ppt State of Practice in Incorporating Reliability into Cost Benefit Analysis by Jari Kauppila Presentation powerpoint made at the TRB Annual Conference Washington D C 25 January 2012 Go to Presentation Creation of an IRTAD Network in Latin America by Marc SHOTTEN Global Road Safety Facility World Bank Presentation made at the International Benchmarking on Road Safety Network for International Road Traffic and Accident Database IRTAD Workshop 24 25 January 2012 during TRB Annual Conference Washington D C 2012 Go to Presentation Speed and Crash Risks Analysis of Recent Monitoring in IRTAD Countries by Tove HELS Technical University of Denmark Presentation made at the International Benchmarking on Road Safety Network for International Road Traffic and Accident Database IRTAD Workshop 24 25 January 2012 during TRB Annual Conference Washington D C 2012 Go to Presentation Consistency and Uniformity of Crash Data Across the U S by Terry SHELTON National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Presentation made at the International Benchmarking on Road Safety Network for International Road Traffic and Accident Database IRTAD Workshop 24 25 January 2012 during TRB Annual Conference Washington D C 2012 Go to Presentation Introduction of IRTAD Group and IRTAD 2011 Annual Report by Véronique Feypelle de la Beaumelle and Stephen PERKINS ITF OECD Joint Transport Research Centre Presentation at the International Benchmarking on Road Safety Network for International Road Traffic and Accident Database IRTAD Workshop 24 25 January 2012 during TRB Annual Conference Washington D C 2012 Go to Presentation Transport Infrastructure and Network Adaptation to Climate Change Issues and strategies for ports by Philippe CRIST Presentation made at the Ad Hoc Expert Meeting on Climate change impacts and adaptation a challenge for global ports Geneva 29 30 September 2011 Go to Presentation Transport and Regional Integration European Experience Presentation made at the Presidency Symposium by Stephen Perkins Head of Research Tokyo Japan 20 October 2011 Go to Presentation ppt Direct Charges for Road Use Current Practice Efficiency Acceptance by Stephen PERKINS Presentation made at the 24th ARRB Conference Melbourne Australia 14 October 2010 Go to Presentation Railway Regulation in Europe Who Makes the Rules and Have They Fixed

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  • International Transport Forum Press Releases
    road deaths among pedestrians cyclists and motorcyclists have levelled off since 2009 10 In some cases increases have been recorded Other languages Paris Leipzig 20 May 2014 City of Milan wins prestigious transport award The Municipality of Milan in Italy is the winner of the 2014 Transport Achievement Award for its Area C urban road pricing scheme Other languages Paris Leipzig 19 May 2014 Xerox and Dutch Start up share prestigious innovation award Xerox and Holland Container Innovations HCI are the joint winners of the 2014 Promising Innovation in Transport Award Other languages Paris Leipzig 16 May 2014 US researcher honoured for tool to evaluate anti congestion policies Dr Shanjiang ZHU assistant professor of engineering at George Mason University in Virginia USA is named Young Researcher of the Year at Summit of Transport Ministers Other languages Paris 21 January 2014 Co operation with corporate sector ITF inaugurates new platform First meeting of the International Transport Forum s Corporate Partnership Board held in Paris on 20 January 2014 sets roadmap for corporate sector knowledge sharing with policy makers Paris 16 January 2014 Ministers meet in May for Global Summit on Transport for a Changing World Registration is now open for the 2014 Summit of the International Transport Forum at the OECD The Summit will take place on 21 23 May in Leipzig Germany The Summit theme is Transport for a Changing World Understanding Trends Shaping Responses Other languages Paris 10 December 2013 Policy decisions are key determinant for more sustainable transport The volume of global transport could double or even quadruple by 2050 The International Transport Forum releases its scenarios on transport volumes and emissions to 2050 in the ITF Transport Outlook 2013 Other languages Paris 21 November 2013 New Transport Innovation Award launched International Transport Forum at the OECD to recognise promising ideas in early project stage Other languages Paris 14 October 2013 How PPPs can improve funding of transport infrastructure Report Better Regulation of Public Private Partnerships for Transport Infrastructure released Public private partnerships PPPs have become an important tool for governments to attract private finance for infrastructure investments In the face of tight budgets PPPs are seen as a means to maintain transport investment and limit public spending at the same time Other languages Paris 11 July 2013 Spending on transport infrastructure Latest data released OECD countries invest on average around 1 of GDP on road and rail infrastructure This is one of the findings in the newly released report and database from the International Transport Forum at the OECD Spending on Transport Infrastructure 1995 2011 Trends Policies Data Paris Leipzig 23 May 2013 New record low in road deaths Fatalities among pedestrians and two wheel drivers decline more slowly than car passengers Disparities between high and lower income countries Other languages Paris Leipzig 23 May 2013 Japanese Airport wins Transport Achievement Award Global Summit of Transport Ministers recognises Osaka s New Kansai International Airport Company for innovative funding approach Other languages Paris Leipzig 23 May 2013 California researcher honoured by Global Summit of Transport Ministers Berkley Ph D candidate Laura Schewel is Young Researcher of the Year for her paper Shop till we drop An analysis of retail goods movement Other languages Read the award winning Paper Shop Till We Drop A Historical and Policy Analysis of Retail Goods Movement in the US Paris Leipzig 23 May 2013 Global Summit of Transport Ministers calls for better transport funding in view of growing mobility demand Funding transport is a major challenge for transport policy today The demand for mobility through high quality transport networks and services is growing fast Ministers state in a joint Declaration on Funding Transport agreed today during their 2013 Summit in Leipzig Germany Other languages Paris Leipzig 22 May 2013 Transport Ministers discuss funding dilemma at global summit Exploding mobility demand and tight public budgets pose a challenge for providing adequate transport infrastructure for citizens and business Other languages Paris 11 April 2013 New Initiative for Fewer Road Deaths in Caribbean The Inter American Development Bank IDB and the International Transport Forum ITF at the OECD are joining forces to foster a twinning initiative between Jamaica and the United Kingdom to promote the implementation of best practices in road safety data collection Paris 11 March 2013 Reminder Only 5 days left to submit applications for the 2013 Transport Achievement Award of the International Transport Forum The closing date for applications for the 2013 Transport Achievement Award of the International Transport Forum is 15th March 2013 Paris 25 February 2013 International Award to Reward Funding Transport Solutions The 2013 Transport Achievement Award Call for Applications was launched in Paris as part of the run up to the International Transport Forum s 2013 Summit on Funding Transport The Award will be officially presented at the Summit on 22 24 May 2013 in Leipzig Germany in the presence of Transport Ministers from around the globe Paris 08 February 2013 Exhibition of road safety innovation Present your latest life saving research at the 2013 Summit At the ITF 2013 Summit 22 24 May 2013 in Leipzig a special Exhibition of Road Safety Innovation will highlight new trends in road safety research ITF invites those engaged in the development of innovative practices technologies or policies that will make the world s roads safer to present their work at the Exhibition Paris 04 February 2013 Apply now Media Travel Programme to Global Summit of Transport Ministers The Media Travel Programme was designed to enable non European journalists to come to Leipzig to report and to build knowledge about the issues discussed through exposure to the high level debates Paris 14 January 2013 Saving lives with better road safety indicators Study calls for a more standardised approach for estimating the benefits of road safety initiatives Paris 26 November 2012 Apply Now for the 2013 Young Researcher of the Year Award Transport Research Prize of the International Transport Forum at the OECD Paris 22 November 2012 12 Ways to Make Roads Safer for Pedestrians New international report highlights ways for policy makers to improve walking conditions for more liveable cities Other languages Paris 17 September 2012 Trends in Transport 2012 Edition with latest data out now Authoritative up to date statistical data on global transport developments following the 2008 financial crisis from the International Transport Forum Paris 16 August 2012 New Secretary General takes office Internationally renowned academic José Viegas of Portugal is new chief executive of global transport policy body Paris 19 June 2012 New Road Safety Database for Latin America and the Caribbean The development of effective evidence based road safety policies is at the heart of a new initiative Paris 4 May 2012 Transport Ministers declare determination to improve global connectivity Ministers from 53 countries end three day Annual Summit in Germany Chile joins Forum as first South American country Go to the Declaration in full Version française Paris 3 May 2012 Chile joins International Transport Forum Chile is the first member of intergovernmental transport policy body from South America Paris 3 May 2012 Transport Ministers pick new Head of global transport policy body José Viegas of Portugal is Secretary General elect of the International Transport Forum Paris 3 May 2012 Better connected transport will drive greener growth OECD Secretary General Angel Gurría launched today the Transport Outlook 2012 during the Annual Summit of Transport Ministers from the 53 member countries held in Leipzig Germany Paris 3 May 2012 London project wins 2012 Transport Achievement Award Transport for London the Association of Train Operating Companies and Cubic from the United Kingdom receive the Award for taking London s famous Oyster card smart ticketing scheme to a new level Paris 3 May 2012 Hong Kong geographer wins 2012 Young Researcher of the Year Award Ms Wing Yee Winnie LAM a Chinese national is the winner of the International Transport Forum s 2012 Young Researcher of the Year Award Read the award winning paper Paris 2 May 2012 Road Deaths Latest traffic safety data released Drop in road fatalities accelerated in 2010 developments less positive in 2011 according to the newly released IRTAD Road Safety Annual Report Paris 2 May 2012 Transport Ministers meet for global summit Annual conference in Germany which kicks off on 2nd May 2012 to focus on better connectivity Paris 10 April 2012 Shortlist for 2012 Young Researcher Award announced International Transport Forum to honour outstanding research on transport connectivity Paris 2 April 2012 Shortlist for 2012 Transport Achievement Award announced From 2012 applications the Award Jury has short listed projects from Australia Austria Denmark Germany Japan Singapore and the United Kingdom for their very high quality as potentially worthy of the Transport Achievement Award Paris 27 March 2012 Reminder Early registration discount ends 1 April Only six days remain to register for the 2012 Summit on Seamless Transport at a reduced fee Paris 24 February 2012 Gain high level visibility for your transport research Free exhibition for first 10 selected applications Paris 21 February 2012 Transport Achievement Award only 8 days remaining for submissions Applications accepted until 28 February deadline Paris 20 February 2012 Travel Grant for journalists to attend Transport Ministers Summit Registration open now deadline for applications 16 March Paris 2 February 2012 Apply now for Transport Achievement Award Deadline for submissions is 28 February Paris 31 January 2012 Deadline extension for Transport Researcher Award Young Researcher Award deadline extended to 17 February 2012 Paris 16 January 2012 Ministers to meet in May for Summit on Seamless Transport Registration opens for the International Transport Forum s 2012 Summit early registration discount until 1 April Paris 12 December 2011 International Award to Honour Seamless Transport Solutions The 2012 Transport Achievement Award Call for Applications was launched on 12 December 2012 The 2012 Transport Achievement Award will honour a project initiative or product that demonstrates how the vision of seamless transport can become reality Paris 17 November 2011 Carole Coune resigns The International Transport Forum regrets to announce the resignation of its Secretary General Ms Carole COUNE on 15 November 2011 Paris Mexico 26 September 2011 Transport is Critical for Green Growth Carole Coune Secretary General of the International Transport Forum at the OECD stresses role of transport for environmentally responsible development in keynote speech at the XXIVth World Road Congress in Mexico today Paris 3 August 2011 Carole Coune leads International Transport Forum New Secretary General assumes office meets German Transport Minister on first official visit Other languages Paris 11 July 2011 New Study on Car Subsidy Schemes Car fleet renewal schemes introduced in the US France and Germany fell short of their potential to deliver on environmental and safety objectives according to a new report published by the International Transport Forum at the OECD and the FIA Foundation Other languages Paris 8 June 2011 New Report Improving Economic Regulation in Transport A newly published study from the International Transport Forum focuses on how to achieve effective independent regulation of transport infrastructure and how to reconcile independence with the legitimate control of policy by the executive part of government Paris Leipzig 27 May 2011 China to join International Transport Forum Vice Transport Minister of China GAO Hongfeng makes declaration at annual summit of global Transport Ministers to join International Transport Forum at the OECD Paris Leipzig 27 May 2011 Belgian Carole Coune to succeed Jack Short as Secretary General of International Transport Forum at OECD At summit Transport Ministers elect new head of global transport policy body Paris 26 May 2011 Combating road deaths moves up on global policy agenda At annual summit of Transport Ministers International Transport Forum presents contributions to UN Decade of Action for Road Safety Other languages Paris 26 May 2011 Better Bus Ride presented with 2011 Transport Achievement Award Arriva Denmark will receive the award for its Better Bus Ride Project at a ceremony during the annual summit of Transport Ministers held in Leipzig Germany Other languages Paris Leipzig 25 May 2011 Transport Outlook 2011 launched Transport Outlook 2011 focuses on what is probably the biggest single challenge transport faces How to meet the needs of a rapidly growing world population that will soon reach 9 billion people and in a way that is sustainable Other languages Paris Leipzig 25 May 2011 Young Researcher of the Year lauded at Summit of Transport Ministers Canadian researcher based at University of California wins prestigious international award for identifying influences that shape sustainable mobility decisions Other languages Paris 25 May 2011 Transport Ministers meet in Germany for global summit Annual gathering with private sector leaders to focus on Transport for Society Other languages Paris 24 May 2011 Jaime Lerner urban planning legend to receive Leadership in Transport Award Jaime Lerner visionary urban planner from Brazil and pioneer of globally successful public transport ideas will be presented with the award at the annual summit of transport ministers from around the globe in Leipzig Germany on 26 May Other languages Paris 23 May 2011 2011 Transport Achievement Award Winner announced Arriva Denmark wins prestigious transport prize Special mentions for Istanbul Rapid Bus Transit Turkey and DHL Global Forwarding Germany Other languages Paris 17 May 2011 Why do consumers buy electric cars Canadian researcher based at University of California wins prestigious international award for identifying influences that shape sustainable mobility decisions Other languages Paris 9 May 2011 Global Summit of Transport Ministers Online Media Registration Now Open Media representatives are cordially invited to attend the 2011 summit of the International Transport Forum at the OECD All parts of the programme with the exception of the ministerial session itself a re open to the media Simultaneous translation from and into English French German Russian and for some panels Spanish will be provided Paris 4 May 2011 Shortlist for 2011 Transport Achievement Award announced The Transport Achievement Award honours transport projects that have demonstrated excellence in meeting the transport needs of their clients and put people first From this year s applications the Award Jury has short listed projects from Denmark Mexico Germany Turkey Canada and the United Kingdom Paris 3 May 2011 Improving the Practice of Transport Project Appraisal A new publication highlights international best practice in cost benefit analysis of transport infrastructure projects It includes papers on the way CBA is used in three countries France Mexico and the United Kingdom and how it is evolving in response to changing policy priorities Paris 2 May 2011 Candidates from Canada Portugal Spain Turkey shortlisted for Research Award From 40 entries representing 22 nationalities and research institutions from 16 countries the jury has shortlisted four papers for the International Transport Forum s 2011 Young Researcher of the Year Award Paris 8 April 2011 Speakers announced for International Transport Forum 2011 A first group of top notch speakers for the International Transport Forum s 2011 summit are now official Among them are Jeffrey Sachs world renowned economist and special advisor to UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon Peter Voser CEO of Royal Dutch Shell and sustainable urban planning legend Jaime Lerner former Governor of Paraná province Brazil Also among the prominent thinkers and decision makers speaking at the global summit will be Jeremy Rifkin author of The Third Industrial Revolution and Enrique Peñalosa former Mayor of Bogotá Colombia and a key advocate of liveable communities and industry leaders Thomas Enders CEO Airbus and Dieter Zetsche CEO of Daimler AG Other languages Paris 4 April 2011 Transport for Society Debating Mobility for the 21st Century Media Invitation Media representatives are welcome to cover the 2011 summit to be held in Leipzig 25 27 May All sections of the programme are public with the exception of the ministerial session which will be followed by a press conference The conference language is English simultaneous translation will be provided in French German and Russian A fully equipped media centre will be available Other languages Paris 28 March 2011 Future mobility takes centre stage in May Germany is moving into the focus of the global discussion on the future of mobility for a ten day period with three major international events between 18 and 28 May The organisers are the International Transport Forum of the OECD Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development the tyre manufacturer Michelin and the energy company Shell Other languages Paris 17 February 2011 Ministers meet to debate Transport for Society Registration is now open for the International Transport Forum s 2011 summit to be held from 25 27 May in Leipzig Future transport systems will have to meet the aspirations of about 9 billion people most of whom will live in cities In addition rising incomes will place high expectations on transport services said Jack Short Secretary General International Transport Forum Other languages Paris 4 February 2011 Breakthrough in Truck Licence Dispute Welcomed Jack Short Secretary General of the International Transport Forum expressed his satisfaction on the breakthrough in the impasse over the organisation s multilateral license system as Russia lifted restrictions on cross border road transport and signed a bilateral agreement with Poland Paris 25 January 2011 International Agencies Promote Global Revolution in Vehicle Fuel Economy A target to improve average fuel economy for the entire global light duty vehicle fleet by at least 50 by 2050 is achievable using existing cost effective technologies according to a new report commissioned by the Global Fuel Economy Initiative GFEI Paris 24 January 2011 Prizeworthy Mobility Solutions that Put People First Showing how they are putting people first in transport is the challenge for applicants of the 2011 Transport Achievement Award offered jointly by ITF the International Association for Public Transport UITP the European Association for Forwarding Transport Logistics and Customs Services CLECAT and the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations FIATA Paris 14 December 2010 Climate Change Cancún Agreements Will Not Increase Pressure on Transport to Reduce Emissions The Cancun Agreements decided at COP 16 may have given new impetus to a stalled UN negotiating process but will have no direct impact on continued global growth of transport CO2 emissions

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  • International Transport Forum Newsletters
    February 2015 January 2015 January 2015 Summit Newsletter December 2014 November 2014 Summit Newsletter November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 Summit Special May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 July 2013 May 2013 No 3 May 2013 No 2 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012

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  • ITF Bibliographies
    Transport Security Statistics Urban NEWS ALERT A A A Bibliographies Transport and Innovation Transport and Globalisation Transport and Energy The Chenge of Climate Change Mitigating Congestion EU Transport Legislation Air Transport 2007 2008 2009 Energy 2007 2008 2009 Environment 2007 2008 2009 Infrastructure 2007 2008 2009 Inland Waterways 2007 2008 2009 Intermodal 2007 2008 Logistics 2008 2009 Maritime 2007 2008 2009 Policy and Planning 2007 2008 2009 Rail 2007 2008

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  • EU Transport Legislation -  Législation UE des transports
    Maritime Rail Road Safety Road Transport Security Statistics Urban NEWS ALERT A A A EU Transport Legislation List of all EU transport legislation texts extracted from the Official Journal of the European Communities L and C series and COM Documents

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  • Order ITF publications
    Secured credit payment General Information and Orders Either Or in North America Turpin Distribution Services Stratton Business Park Pegasus Drive Biggelswade Bedforshire SG18 8QB United Kingdom Tel 44 1767 604960 Fax 44 1767 601640 E mail oecdrow turpin distribution com Turpin Distribution North America The Bleachery 143 West Street New Milford CT 06776 USA Toll free 1 800 456 6323 Fax 1 860 350 0039 E mail oecdna turpin distribution

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