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13 October 2017

Niet kilometerheffing, maar carsharing is de oplossing

TTM, The Netherlands
25 September 2017

Nouveau monde. Le camion autonome sera bientôt une réalité

Actualités 1001infos, France
18 September 2017

The Long and Short of India's Bullet Train

The Wire, India
15 September 2017

ITF Report: Streamlining global transport

MMD, Canada
12 September 2017

ITF Report: Last-mile delivery goes high tech

MMD, Canada
12 September 2017

Self-Driving 'Robocabs' Could Help Curb Global Warming

National Geographic, Australia
10 September 2017

New CEO for International Transport Forum

The Business Travel News, United Kingdom
28 August 2017

SKT hops aboard global road safety campaign

Korea Joongang Daily, South Korea
28 August 2017

First non-European Secretary-General appointed at the International Transport Forum

Eurotransport Magazine, United Kingdom
27 August 2017

Where did our drive go?

The Wireless, New Zealand
10 August 2017

La course au camion autonome s'accélère avec Tesla

Les Echos, France
10 August 2017

Tesla Wants to Test Autonomous Semi-Truck in Nevada

TheDetroitBureau, United States
10 August 2017

Considering accessibility costs little and pays dividends for all travellers

ITS International, United Kingdom
10 August 2017

New ITF secretary-general seeks balanced organization

Kim Young-tae, newly elected secretary general of the International Transport Forum (ITF), is set to transform the organization into a more interactive platform by bringing in more non-European countries.

The Korea Times, South Korea
24 July 2017

全球贸易放缓冲击中国港口

新融街, China
21 July 2017

La fin des mégaports?

International Transport Journal , Switzerland
19 July 2017

ICHCA calls for cargo operations to improve

WorldCargo News Online, United Kingdom
18 July 2017

Why China’s global shipping ambitions will not easily be contained

FT中文网英文版, Hong Kong
17 July 2017

Regulation 2025

LiveNews , New Zealand
17 July 2017

How to fight constraints on air connectivity

International Airport Review, United Kingdom
11 July 2017

Cartel concerns resurface in wake of OOCL sale

Splash 247, Singapore
5 July 2017

The mobility revolution has begun

Startlr Tech Blog, Andorra, United States
28 June 2017

Port industry a “monopsony”

WorldCargo News, United Kingdom
25 June 2017

Estrategia ambiental sin campo de acción

Eje Central, Mexico
11 June 2017

Grote schepen impliceren grote risico's

Flows, Belgium
11 June 2017

Den Nahverkehr vor die Haustür rufen

Mittelbayerische
9 June 2017

Industry-led logistics forum launched

Lloyd's Loading List, United States
6 June 2017

ESPO Conference 2017 inspires European ports on their way to decarbonisation

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, Greece
17 May 2017

Report: Managing the transition to driverless road freight transport

ITS International , United Kingdom
17 May 2017

A Fully Automated Terminal Future

Port Technology International , United Kingdom
28 April 2017

They paved paradise: Letters to the Editor

The Economist, United Kingdom
26 April 2017

Watch: Why China is Building a New Silk Road

Port Technology International, United Kingdom
26 April 2017

"Karte und Kompass für die Verkehrswende"

ZfK, Germany
24 April 2017

Jusqu'où interdire la voiture en ville ?

Les Echos, France
23 April 2017

Prezentēs Rail Baltica izmaksu un ieguvumu analīzi

Dienas Bizness, Latvia
22 April 2017

Hafen der Zukunft

Hafenzeitung, Germany
20 April 2017

Railway supply industry news round-up

Railway Gazette, United Kingdom
20 April 2017

"Se puede gestionar sólo aquello que se mide"

La Nacion, Argentina
20 April 2017

La tormenta que se abate sobre el transporte naviero

La Nacion, Argentina
20 April 2017

El cambio en dos años

La Nacion, Argentina
18 April 2017

Safer roads are at the heart of liveable cities

Cities Today, United Kingdom
6 April 2017

Delrio teme concentrazione nei container

Transporto Europa, Italy
5 April 2017

As robots begin to take the wheel in Europe, few are prepared

Science|Business, United Kingdom
6 March 2017

Scenarios and strategies for the next phase of world container trade

Hellenic Shipping News, Greece
3 March 2017

Small passenger services review

ForeignAffairsco, New Zealand
2 March 2017

EU must debate strategic maritime reorientation

Who better than Olaf Merk to ruminate on what the EU needs to do with its maritime transport system?

Splash, Singapore
1 March 2017

Lawmakers prep for zombie car-pocalypse

Metro Erin Tiernan , United States
19 January 2017

Time for a New Wave of Port Reforms

In a commentary, Olaf Merk writes that changing trade, shipping and population patterns call for new public policies to bring seaports into a modern era where the levers of global commerce sit alongside fast-growing cities

Wall Street Journal, United States
19 January 2017

Urge MAM acción federal ante polución

Reforma, Mexico
19 January 2017

Aplauden conducir a menor velocidad

Reforma, Mexico
19 January 2017

Mancera urge a la Came preparar plan por ozono

24 Hora, Mexico
5 January 2017

ITF finds Chilean port structure wanting

Port Strategy, United Kingdom
4 January 2017

Ride-sharing taxis could drastically reduce congestion, according to a new study

It’s theoretically possibly to remove three-quarters of the taxis from New York’s streets, drastically reducing congestion, according to a new study — as long you’re happy to share a ride.
Read more at http://www.businessinsider.co.id/ride-sharing-taxis-radically-reduce-con...
Business Insider, Indonesia
4 January 2017

Special Award for ITF's "Zero Road Deaths" Study

Polis Network , United Kingdom
3 January 2017

How transport data can fuel the future of mobility

A recent ITF report "data-Driven Transport Policy" examines how the abundant data available can help policy makers to set frameworks that deliver better transsport services according to Sharon Masterson, Manager of the Corporate Partnership Board of ITF.
Article  starts on page 49. 

TrafficInfaTech, India
3 January 2017

ITF publishes its report on Chile’s port policy, which is strategic for a country largely dependent on maritime trade

While Chilean ports appear to work quite well, land transport remains a sensitive point, particularly the congestion in the country's main port cities. They do not receive enough financial returns, particularly through tax revenues, from port activities. One of the 8 recommendations in the report refers explicitly to strengthening all aspects of port-city relations

AIVP Newsletter, France
2 January 2017

Madrid y la insostenibilidad

ONG AFRICANDO, Spain

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