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Intermodal Transport



The Working Party on Intermodal Transport and Logistics (WP.24 and its predecessors) has, since 1951, provided a forum for exchange of technical, legal and policy information, as well as best practices, in combined and intermodal transport at the Pan-European level.

This work prepares the ground for policy advice and for the negotiation and administration of multilateral legal instruments.

The objective is to promote combined and intermodal transport in the 56 UNECE member countries and to ensure the maximum utilization of equipment, infrastructure and terminals used for such transport.


In focus

The European Agreement on Important International Combined Transport Lines and related Installations (AGTC) is now available in its 7th revision. See also the AGC/AGTC map at to visualize the Trans-European Rail Network, as defined by the AGC and AGTC agreements, and query the Freight or Passenger parameters.


10 May 2019

A study on Logistics and Transport Competitiveness in Kazakhstan has been issued. It identifies the transport infrastructure and services available in Kazakhstan, reviews the country’s extensive transport investments, and sets out recommendations to ensure its transport network is ready to harness the growth in inland transport from rising East-West trade.

23 July 2018

A publication on Railways role in intermodality and the digitalization of transport documents has been issued. 

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05 - 07 December

Palais des Nations, Salle VII Geneva Switzerland

18 October

Palais des Nations Geneva Switzerland

18 - 20 October

Palais des Nations, Salle VII Geneva Switzerland