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INNORAIL aims to analyse the current challenges facing the rail industry, and develop responses to ensure the industry is fit for the future. A focus on innovation and environmental performance is key to creating sustainable innovation.

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Urban Nodes Forum

03 April 2019    - 05 April 2019    Budapest    

For the first URBAN NODES FORUM in Budapest, we invite you as urban nodes representative, planners, infrastructure coordinators and operators, freight and logistic operators, or funding specialist in mobility, infrastructure

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The only dedicated strategic technology conference for North American bus, rail, and metro transit agencies of all sizes. Focusing on how technology is integral to delivering a safe, reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable public transportation network for the benefit of

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CEE Rail 2008 is the region's leading rail conference, designed to provide valuable insights into Central & Eastern European rail - what is driving this booming industry, updates on current and future projects, and what challenges are being faced.


Now is a time for optimism within the CEE

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Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget, Budapest

As railway reforms gather pace across Europe, achieving modernisation and profitability remains high on the agenda for all industry stakeholders. This established event brings together leading players from all areas of the sector, to discuss the strategies that are shaping the future direction of

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The final conference of the Urban Transport Benchmarking Initiative is taking place at the Council of Europe's Youth Centre in Budapest on 16th June 2006. The event marks the end of the Urban Transport Benchmarking Initiative, which has been exploring and comparing best practice examples of urban