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ETC 2020: Local Public Transport



The LPT programme committee seeks to encourage excellence in both urban and rural public transport enhancing the understanding of the key issues that affect the provision of good public transport services. This year’s full programme at the European Transport Conference features a range of sessions and papers examining:

  • Autonomous shuttles and their potential contribution to public transport networks and objectives 

  • Lessons learnt from European (urban) rail projects

  • Sustainability: electrification of public transport and its role in sustainable mobility

  • Opportunities and challenges of new on-demand modes and micro-mobility 

  • Social inclusive mobility and public transport

  • How to design and operate fast, reliable and safe public transport

More information on the Local Public Transport programme can be found on the AET website. The conference countdown has begun with only two weeks to go, so book your place now!


About this year's Conference


Presented online, the conference will maintain its distinctive multi-disciplinary, multi-streamed format, with ETC 2020 providing a forum for debate and reflection as we navigate through these unprecedented times. View our unique programme of first-class speakers representing research, policy, and practice at www.aetransport.org


Book your place today!


Bookings are available for 1, 2 and 3-day places at ETC Online. To book your place, please visit our website: www.aetransport.orgor download and complete the booking form.


Discounted places are available for AET members, young professionals, full-time students and organisations from new member states of the EU (joined in 2004, 2007 and 2013). Further discounts for multiple bookings from the same organisation are available on request.


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Association for European Transport

The Association for European Transport is responsible for the organisation of the Conference, which has been held annually since 1973. It is the Association's aim to promote and maintain a pan-European understanding of transport issues along with its members who form a network of transport professionals across Europe.

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