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Le Coréen Young Tae Kim est élu Secrétaire général du FIT

31 May 2017
Le Forum International des Transports est une organisation intergouvernementale regroupant 59 pays membres et la seule instance mondiale dont le mandat couvre tous les modes de...

Buenos Aires Integrated Urban Renewal Project Wins Global Transport Award

29 May 2017
The successful inner-city renewal initiative in Buenos Aires, Argentina has been awarded the International Transport Forum’s Transport Achievement Award. The Award will be...

Strategies for Mitigating Air Pollution in Mexico City - Media Release

26 May 2017
In the middle of the pollution alert season, the International Transport Forum (ITF) at the OECD releases a new report with recommendations for mitigating air pollution in Mexico...

Alstom joins Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum

23 May 2017
Alstom will participate in policy-related projects on transport infrastructure and services, as well as transport policy-related projects on shared mobility and the...

Transport Ministers Honour “Ground-breaking” Mobility Platform for Cities

23 May 2017
WhereIsMyTransport, an open digital platform that provides information on formally and informally run transport services in emerging cities, is the winner of the 2017 Promising...

French Economist Wins Prize for Innovative Study on Rail Freight Markets

16 May 2017
Dr. Florent Laroche of Lyon University will receive the International Transport Forum’s Young Researcher of the Year Award at the 2017 Summit of transport ministers on 1 June in...

Comment améliorer la sécurité routière en ville ?

18 April 2017
Dans nos villes, chaque minute de chaque jour, une personne perd la vie dans un accident de la route. Alors que les zones urbaines ne font que croître et que l’on assiste à une...

Public Transport Operator RATP Group Joins Corporate Partnership Board

17 April 2017
Paris-based public transport operator RATP Group has become a member of the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum (ITF).The RATP Group is the world’s...

Siemens Mobility signs collaboration with the International Transport Forum

9 April 2017
Siemens Mobility will join transport policy-related projects on shared mobility and the decarbonisation of transport as a member of the International Transport Forum’s Corporate...

Renault-Nissan Alliance joins ITF Corporate Partnership Board

4 April 2017
The Renault-Nissan Alliance has joined the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum (ITF) to work with the organisation on projects and issues regarding...

Volvo Car Group joins Corporate Partnership Board

2 April 2017
Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) has become a member of the Corporate Partnership Board (CPB) of the International Transport Forum (ITF). As part of its involvement, Volvo Cars will...

Compare your Country: New Online Tool to Visualise Key Transport Indicators

8 March 2017
[caption align="right"][[{"fid":"16734","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Compare your Country. Key Transport...

Data Analytics Leader SAS Joins ITF Corporate Partnership Board

28 February 2017
SAS, the US-based data analytics company, has become a member of the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum (ITF). SAS will work with the ITF on projects...

Toll Road Specialist Abertis Joins Corporate Partnership Board

15 February 2017
Founded in Spain in 2003, the Abertis group manages over 8 600 kilometres of high-capacity roads in 14 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Around two thirds of the Group’s...

Operators, Start-ups, Manufacturers, Researchers: Apply now for ITF Transport Awards!

2 February 2017
Transport operators, start-ups, manfufacturers and scientists researching transport-related issues are invited to apply for the ITF Transport Awards by Friday, 10 February. The...

CO2 Mitigation Measures for Transport Will Not Achieve Climate Ambitions

30 January 2017
Current and foreseeable policies to mitigate carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions from global transport activity will not suffice to achieve the international community’s climate...

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