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The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 101st Annual Meeting will be held in person January 9–13, 2022 in Washington, D.C. The event is expected to attract thousands of transportation professionals from around the world.
Join the virtual exhibition space over two days, bringing together specialists from across this multidisciplinary and multisectoral field to support the development of a practical and sustainable path forward for maritime industries to achieve outcomes that will better protect the global maritime
The IATA Sustainable Aviation Fuel Symposium (SAFS) June edition will build on themes and discussion from the past 6 editions and is again expected to draw a diverse international audience. Topics will include:
The conference attracts transport policy makers, practitioners and researchers from all over Europe and beyond. At the European Transport Conference (ETC), they can find in-depth presentations on policy issues, best practice and research findings across the broad spectrum of transport. The range of
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global transport sector and the people and businesses that rely on it in unprecedented ways. Across the globe, rethinking mobility is now a priority to build back better, with safer, more resilient and efficient transport systems for all.
Future of the Car Summit brings an unrivalled line-up of industry experts, innovators and thought leaders under one digital roof to discuss the critical issues and megatrends impacting the global automotive sector in a post-pandemic world. It is a must-attend, strategy-focused conference for anyone
Cardiff Business School will be hosting a three day Special Web Conference covering sustainable and resilient supply chains during times of crises. Experts and specialists from the LRN committee and in the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK will cover topics such as:
This free webinar will look at COVID-19 impacts on transport emissions and air quality, based on air quality monitoring stations and other data. As UK road transport has fallen to 1955 levels prompting a clear fall in air pollution, now is the time to assess what can be learned from this and decide