The 2018 International Transport Summit on "Transport safety and security" will be held on 23-25 May 2018, in Leipzig, Germany, and will address issues ranging from terrorism and cyber-security to road safety and extreme weather disruption, including the risks and benefits of automated driving.Read more
Current policies to mitigate carbon-dioxide emissions from global transport will not be enough to achieve international climate ambitions, a study from the International Transport Forum finds. The Transport Outlook 2017 shows transport emissions rising sharply by 2050, and even under its optimistic scenario emissions remain around 2015 levels.Read more
The ITF Transport Outlook project develops and analyses forward-looking scenarios for global transport activity across all transport modes. Based on cutting-edge ITF modelling, it provides decision makers in government and industry with coherent scenarios for future demand in passenger mobility, freight volumes and transport-related CO2 emissions to 2050.Read more
VIDEO - Urban Mobility System Upgrade
The "Urban Mobility System Upgrade: How self-driving cars could change city traffic" project has been carried out with the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum.