The call for papers can be found here (Deadline for abstract submission: February 28, 2022).
The 16th International NECTAR Conference will take place in Toronto, Canada, 20 – 22 July 2022. The theme of the conference is “Mobilizing Justice: Moving Toward Action for an Equitable Transportation Future”. We are planning a physical conference. The NECTAR conference will be organized by the University of Toronto and hosted on its downtown St. George campus. In addition to this general Call for Paper, each NECTAR cluster is preparing thematic paper sessions, which can be found here.
The general call for papers can be found here (Deadline for abstract submission: February 28, 2022).
The TRAIL research school in the Netherlands organizes an international autumn school on ‘Cycling in Cities’ 26-28 October 2021 in Delft, the Netherlands. It is offered to all PhD students who are involved in research on the social, spatial, mobility and policy aspects of cycling. It does not matter whether you are about to start or whether you are well on the way!
TRAIL is a Dutch research school which aims to provide high quality training and education for PhD students in the area of Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics. The school is supported by six universities.
Course manager: Dr. Kees Maat
Lecturers: including Prof. Henk Meurs, Prof. Bert van Wee, Dr. Jan Anne Annnema, Dr. Danique Ton, Dr. Maarten Kroesen, Dr. Paul Schepers
IGU2022 Paris – Call for Abstracts: “Legacy and impact of municipality investments and policies during COVID-19 in transport and their role in the recovery”
As the world returns to “the new normal,” following the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of municipalities made decisions in terms of prioritizing funding when tax revenues were reduced. Some municipalities favoured transit, cycling or walkable development. Others developed better parking strategies. Still others utilized a mix of transit and dense, brownfield or smart infill development to drive growth in intensive street use, even as extensive street use declined due to stay-at-home orders or similar restrictions. Localities are now considering whether to extend “temporary” measures such as limiting motor vehicle access on streets in favour of more pedestrian and cycling use or revert back to pre-COVID use patterns.
The session, which is part of the International Geographical Union, Paris, 18-22 July 2022, seeks locally-derived and led solutions or policies that impact a municipal area, including, but not limited to: changes in modal choices supported by policy or budget, COVID-19 mitigation strategies as reflected in transportation geography, the mitigation of impacts of lessened ridership or declining funds to transit, or changes in investment strategies for transportation and their geographic impacts.
Sponsored by the IGU Transport and Geography Commission.
Session Organisers: Richard D. Quodomine, City of Philadelphia, Maria Attard, University of Malta, Andy Goetz, University of Denver
Send a 200 word abstract and up to 5 keywords a to the session organizers by 9 July 2021.
Silvio Nocera (Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy) and Maria Attard (University of Malta, Malta) are launching a Call for Papers for the Special Issue: Active Travel and Mobility Management. This is linked to the NECTAR Joint Meeting of Cluster 2: Policy and Environment and Cluster 7: Social and Health Issues, to be held in Venice, Italy, 26-27 March 2020. However, Guests Editors welcome papers not necessarily presented at the Meeting.
The conference takes place March 29 to April 1 2020 in Berlin, and is going to be focused on the theory and application of operations research and management science to problems in telecommunications and network analytics, with particular emphasis on new and emerging technologies. More information can be found here and on the conference website: http://informs_tnac2020.zib.de/submissions.html
The deadline of the call for abstracts for the next CODATU Conference (CODATU XVIII) that will be held in Dakar (Senegal) from 9th to 11th of November 2020 has been postponed to 13 October 2019. CODATU is an association with international vocation whose objective is to promote sustainable mobility policies through conferences, seminars, training and scientific exchanges on urban and interurban mobility.
You will find all the relevant information on CODATU website : http://www.codatu.org/conferences/codatu-xviii-conference-call-for-abstracts/ as well as here.
The Transport Survey Methods Conference which will take place May 31 to June 5 2020 in Portugal. A call for abstracts (Deadline: 15 June 2019) can be found here.
The call for papers can be found here.
Cluster 6 will celebrate its tenth anniversary at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 14-15 December 2018. The call for papers can be found here.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 02 Nov, 2018