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Intelligent Transport Systems can unlock major benefits in terms of safety, efficiency and environmental performance for mobility and the movement of goods. But with the rapid pace of innovation, ensuring interoperability and harmonization of technological solutions between countries remains a key
The effects of climate change on transport — from compromised infrastructure, to reduced access and connectivity, to poor road safety and beyond — are already being felt in every region of the world.Improving the environmental performance of transport, in addition to improving accessibility,
From road and rail networks to ports, airports and inland waterways, critical transport resources are facing unprecedented threats from a climate which is already changing. Spain, for example, has just suffered the most powerful storms experienced in decades, destroying bridges, cutting off roads
Improving the competitiveness and connectivity of Kyrgyzstan, which occupies a strategic location along key transport corridors between Europe and Asia, could enable the country to unlock significant untapped benefits from the increasing amount of freight that is choosing inland transport between
Ministers of Transport and high-level officials from across the globe came to the Transport Week of the 81st plenary session of the Inland Transport Committee (ITC), to debate on cutting-edge issues, including automation and digitalization in transport, and participate in the discussion of a
Geneva Vienna, 18 November 2010 – Ministers, international officials, policy makers and experts, including representatives of railway and transport authorities of Central Asian countries, discussed solutions for financing road and rail infrastructures in the wake of the financial crisis in an
Geneva UNECE organizes a conference on "Financing development of road and rail transport infrastructures", with the support of the OSCE/Office of the Co-ordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities, on 17 November 2010 in Vienna.The conference, originally organised for the member