Cluster 1 Workshop: “Beyond Cost-Benefit Analysis”

Cluster 1 is organising a workshop “Beyond Cost-Benefit Analysis: Methodological and Theoretical Advancements in Transport Appraisal“. The workshop is hosted by the Mobilise Mobility and Logistics Research Group and the Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), at the Brussels campus of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel on 23-24 October 2023.  The call can be found here:

The extended deadline for abstract submission is 19 June 2023.

CL 6 Workshop on “The impact of ICT on accessibility after the pandemic: new formats of shopping, work and transport”

The Department of Transport and Regional Economics of the University of Antwerp and NECTAR Cluster 6 (Accessibility) are organising a workshop “The impact of ICT on accessibility after the pandemic: new formats of shopping, work and transport” in Antwerp (Belgium), 12-13 October 2023.

The deadline for the NECTAR Cluster 6 workshop on “The impact of ICT on accessibility after the pandemic: new forms or shopping, work and transport”, taking place in Antwerp on 12- 13 October 2023, has been extended to June 14. Topics of interest include the impact of ICT, e-commerce and new mobility services on accessibility and travel/mobility relations. See the call for papers for more details. See for details the Call for Papers below.

The Organising Committee:

Joris Beckers, Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)

Elnert Coenegrachts, Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)

Ann Verhetsel, Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)

Benjamin Büttner, Cluster 6 co-chair, Technical University of Munich (Germany)

Juan Carlos Martín, Cluster 6 co-chair, University of Las Palmas GC (Spain)

Karst Geurs, NECTAR chair, University of Twente, the Netherlands

PhD School on “Cycling in Cities”

TRAIL research school in the Netherlands organizes an international autumn school (13 – 15 November 2023; Delft & The Hague, the Netherlands) on ‘Cycling in Cities’.  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 with your PhD research.

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: Prof. Bert van Wee, Prof. Ralph Buehler, Prof. Henk Meurs, Dr. Maarten Kroesen, Dr. Paul van de Coevering, Dr. Paul Schepers, and others.

Deadline for registration: 15 July 2023

Find more information here: