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Message from the WCTRS President

Professor Yoshi Hayashi (Nagoya University) was elected New President of WCTRS at the last General Assembly of the Society held at the Rio Conference in July 2013. New President Professor Hayashi addresses a reminder to former members for the renewal of their membership; and an invitation to any person interested to join our society.

Message from President Yoshitsugu Hayashi

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14th World Conference on Transport Research

10-15 July 2016 | Shanghai, China

The World Conference on Transport Research has been held every three years since 1977. The 14th World Conference will be held 10-15 July 2016 in Shanghai, China at Tongji University, which will host the Conference at its main campus. The WCTRS Young Researchers’ Conference will take place on 10 July 2016.

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WCTRS-Special Sessions in CODATU 2015 Istanbul Conference

We had an excellent WCTRS-Special Sessions in CODATU 2015 Istanbul Conference in February, including the Panel Discussion by three Presidents: EASTS, WCTRS and CODATU, which were organised by Professor Kazu Miyamoto, STCInternational Liaison Sub-committee member & Chair of SIG-H5, together with Dr. Varameth Vichiensan, Co-Chair of SIG-H5.

The report is now uploaded at the following SIG-H5 website:  http://www.sig-h5.udtrc.com/

Yoshi Hayashi, President of WCTRS

WCTRS SIG G3 – Urban Transport Planning and Policy

…announces an International Conference in collaboration with The Institute for Climate Change and Sustainable Development, University of Malta

“Climate Change Targets and Urban Transport Policy”

13 – 14 April 2015, University of Malta Valletta Campus

See the conference details

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Aalto University Summer School

August 10-14, 2015

Aalto University Summer School on Transportation has established itself as a premier institution offering innovative and practical approaches to understand and solve timely transport problems both in developed and developing countries. It presents an intensive learning experience to transport professionals and graduate students of varying backgrounds. The 2015 theme will be Transportation in the Digital Age. The theme is a recognition that the concept of mobility as service, with or without autonomous vehicles, is likely to transform virtually all aspects of the transport sector functioning. The theme, in which Finland is a pathbreaker, continues the Summer School’s founding concept that transportation has a wider scope than movement of persons and goods. It aims to support mobility and access, sustainable economic growth, and to provide an attractive living environment for the wellbeing of all citizens.

More details on the summer school here.

Latest WCTRS newsletter now available

The latest WCTRS newsletter is now available to download here.

General background information

We have produced a short information leaflet which briefly outlines the main aims and achievements of the WCTRS. Please click one of the links below to view this in your preferred language.

Invitation to WCTRS Young Researchers Initiative, Ed. 2

Following the remarkable success of Edition-1 of “WCTRS Young Researchers’ Initiative” (WCTRS-Y) that was completed during WCTR-13 held in Rio, July 2013, I am pleased to announce that the Steering Committee (STC) of WCTRS has decided to launch Edition-2 of the initiative. This is planned to be completed during WCTR-14 to be held in Shanghai, July 10-15, 2016, with increased honoraria to the volunteers…

► Invitation to participate in WCTRS Young Researchers’ Initiative WCTRS-Y; Edition-2 (.pdf)

► Details and Conditions

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Rio 2013 conference results

The WCTRS last General Assembly was held in Rio on Wednesday 17th July 2013 during the 13th Conference. It resulted on the election of a new president and steering committee members.

Recipients of the Rio conference Prizes

  • Dupuit Prize – Werner Rothengatter
  • WCTRS Prize for the Best Paper
    • QIANG Meng, XINCHANG Wang and LIXIN Miao
    • Alain BONNAFOUS and Bruno FAIVRE D’ARCIER
  • WCTRS Prize for the Best Paper presented by a Young Researcher – Moataz MAHMOUD and Julian HINE
  • WCTRS Prize for the Best Poster – Herrie SCHALEKAMP
  • Transport Policy Prize for the Most Influential Paper – Jillian ANABLE
    Prize for the WCTR Best Paper on Transport in Developing Countries (offered by the Cairo University) – Herrie SCHALEKAMP