Meet the ITF at the 2019 Transportation Research Board
Paris, 11 January 2019 - Experts of the International Transport Forum will share their findings with the global transport community next week in Washington, D.C. at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB), the world’s largest transport conference. ITF research on new mobility, connectivity, resilience, road safety, infrastructure and accessibility will be presented at the following sessions and events at TRB and the concomitant Transforming Transportation conference:
- Sunday, 13 January: "War Games 2019: Mobility as a Service - Disruptor or Uniter? " | Philippe Crist, ITF Advisor Innovation and Foresight, presents recent ITF work on new mobility and moderates | 13:30-16:30, Convention Center, Room 152c
- Monday, 14 January: "Managing Curbspace Access in an Increasingly Congested Urban Environment" | Philippe Crist, ITF Advisor Innovation and Foresight, is a discussant | 10:15-12:00, Convention Center, Room 151a
- Tuesday, 15 January: Mobility Data Specification Governance Forum | ITF’s Philippe Christ, ITF Advisor Innovation and Foresight, presents recent ITF work relatimng to the use of mobility data
- Wednesday, 16 January: Sustainable Mobility for All (SuM4All)6th Consortium Meeting | ITF Secretary-General Young Tae Kim moderates the sessions "GRA in Action" | 08:30-16:45, World Bank HQ, Room MC 13-121 | Details at https://sum4all.org/events/6th-sum4all-consortium-meeting
- Wednesday, 16 January: "The Shared-Use City: Managing the Curb" and "Algorithmic Governance of Transport" | Philippe Crist, ITF Advisor Innovation and Foresight, presents recent ITF findings to New Urban Mobility Alliance (NUMo) workshop | 09:00-11:00, Busboys and Poets, 450 K St NW
- Friday, 18 January: "From parking city to pick-up and drop-off city: respacing urban areas for new mobility" | Philippe Crist, ITF Advisor Innovation and Foresight, presents recent ITF findings on the shared-use city at this Transforming Transportation event | Time tbc, World Bank HQ
- Sunday, 13 January: "Transportation for a Smart Sustainable and Equitable Future: Lessons for Mega Region Planning" | Stephen Perkins, ITF’s Head of Research and Policy Analysis, presents findings of a joint ITF and OECD project on “Enhancing Connectivity in Central Asia” | 09:00-12:00, Convention Center, Room 146b
- Wednesday, 16 January: “Enhancing Connectivity in Central Asia” | Jari Kauppila, ITF’s Head of Quantitative Policy Analysis and Foresight, present findings of a joint ITF and OECD project at the World Bank
- Sunday, 13 January: "Methods in Resilience Quantification" workshop | Stephen Perkins, ITF’s Head of Research and Policy Analysis presenting ITF work on resilience | 13:30-16:30, Convention Center, Room 140a
- Tuesday, 15 January: "Supply Chain Network Resilience” session | ITF Secretary-General Young Tae Kim co-chairs. Stephen Perkins, ITF’s Head of Research and Policy Analysis, presents findings of ITF Roundtable on Supply Chain Resilience | 10:15-12:00, Convention Center, Room 152a
- Monday, 14 January: "Advancing Road Freight Safety and Infrastructure Efficiency through Evidence-based Policy" (Part 1) | Presentation of findings from upcoming ITF report “High Capacity Transport: Towards Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Road Freight” | 13:30-17:30, Convention Center, Room 143
- Wednesday, 16 January: "Advancing Road Freight Safety and Infrastructure Efficiency through Evidence-based Policy” (Part 2) | Members of ITF Working Group on Road Asset Management present findings of the new report "Policies to Extend the Life of Road Assets" | 08:00-09:45, Convention Center, Room 140a
- Thursday, 17 January: “Sustainable Mobility for all and New Mobility: Safety and Access for All" | Mary Crass, ITF’s Head of Institutional Relations and Summit Preparation, speaks on access for older and disabled people at this Transforming Transportation plenary | 16:30-18:00, World Bank HQ
If you would like to meet an ITF expert during TRB or know more about our work on the above topics, please send us an email.
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