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NEWSLETTER: International Transport Forum
07 July 2022
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ITF Day returns to OECD

ITF Secretary-General Young Tae Kim welcomed OECD's Secretary-General Mathias Cormann and other high-level participants to the second ITF Day at OECD in Paris, France after a hiatus of almost three years due to the pandemic. The day highlighted ITF's work towards better policies for better lives with OECD colleagues. See our most recent work on the main topics covered: See and share photos from ITF Day @ OECD

Number of the month

Investment in inland infrastructure varied between 5.8% in China and 0.2% in Mexico as a percentage of GDP in 2020. The latest ITF Statistics Brief reveals countries' infrastructure spending differences over the past decade. Since 2010, investment in inland infrastructure grew notably in China and Hungary, while Spain witnessed a significant drop.
Learn more with the new ITF Statistics Brief

Safe roads: Are zero fatalities possible?

Road crashes kill over 1.3 million people every year worldwide and seriously injure millions more. A Safe System approach to road safety can drastically reduce road deaths – but how can it actually be put in place? ITF's "The Safe System Approach in Action" report - just published - provides experience-based guidance on implementing the Safe System approach and includes 17 case studies of the system in action.
Get the report and safe system case studies

Better connectivity will help Asia to decarbonise

Improving transport connectivity in Asia in a strategic and well-planned way will enable the continent's sub-regions to reverse the trend of rising transport emissions while advancing economic development. This is the core message of a series of three special issues of the ITF Transport Outlook in collaboration with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific:

Can digitalisation help tackle freight emissions?

New ITF research has identified low-hanging digital fruits to reduce global freight emissions, such as "smart steaming" that optimises maritime port call operations and digital technologies for higher truck asset sharing. Each measure can limit CO2 emission growth to 40% between 2019 and 2050. The results are part of a study showing how digitalisation will be the core driver of a sustainable recovery of freight transport following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Get the study

Transport trends: 2021 indicators just released!

ITF's Key Transport Statistics offers preliminary 2021 data for more than a dozen selected indicators on three inland transport modes for ITF member countries. It also presents graphs and a short analysis of the transport activity in the global economic context highlighting the main changes over the previous year. The 2022 edition provides an overview of the impact of post-pandemic re-opening in some countries.
Get the Key Transport Statistics

Latest ITF publications


The Safe System Approach in Action: An Experience-Based Guide for Enhanced Road Safety

ITF North and Central Asia Transport Outlook

ITF South and Southwest Asia Transport Outlook

ITF Southeast Asia Transport Outlook

Key Transport Statistics 2022 (2021 Data)

How Digitally-driven Operational Improvements Can Reduce Global Freight Emissions
 

See more ITF publications

Upcoming ITF reports


Performance of Maritime Logistics


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Selected events

Corporate Partnership Board Week 
8 - 9 September

Decarbonisation and the Pricing of Road Transport Roundtable
12 - 13 September

41st Session of the ICAO Assembly
27 - 30 September

7th IRTAD Conference: Better Road Safety Data for Better Safety Outcomes 
27 - 28 September


See the ITF Transport Event Calendar

Top Tweet: Young Tae meets Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps as part of UK's ITF 2022-23 Presidency

Top Video: Auto Truck East Africa: ITF Decarbonising Transport Award finalist's holistic approach to vehicle electrification

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