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The Madrid Symposium will focus on the development of interurban passenger transport. It will be organised around a series of debates on presentations from leading transport economists on the following themes. - Future trends in inter-urban passenger transport - Adapting networks to the...
Some of the key questions the Forum will address: - What does the present economic crisis mean for globalisation? - Transport and globalisation - Who stands to lose and win? - High transport costs - What impact for a globalised economy? - How will the global credit crunch affect transport...
Objectives: - To consider major transport trends – both in large urban areas and those raised by a globalising economy – with a special focus on developments in Latin America; - To address challenges caused by these trends – for the environment at large and for human health in particular;...
Topics: - Access to Energy - Technology & Fuels - Integrated Transport - CO2 Emissions Attendance at the Forum is "by invitation" only.
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