With the contribution of the LIFE programme of the European Union - LIFE14 ENV/GR/000611

October 2018, the 8th CMDTUR 2018 conference took place in Žilina

The conference is traditionally organized by the University of Žilina, the Department of Road and Urban Transport.

 

The conference focuses on the issues of road, urban transport and sustainable development.

This year was held under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, based in Bratislava, the State Chamber of the Maritime Economy and the Slovak-Polish Chamber of Commerce.

The CMDTUR is a forum for meetings, mutual exchanges of views and best practices between researchers and road and urban transport experts.

This year they discussed topical topics divided into several sections, such as:

Public transport, Road freight transport, Management and information technology in transport, Technical vehicle operation and road safety.

 

"This international conference is a shared work of all who is not indifferent to mobility or logistics. It is important to point out this issue as it concerns all of us,

it affects the prices of goods, the competitiveness of EU industry, the mobility of the population and the transport services of all regions. The conference also proposes new solutions,

which in the future can reduce the impact of road transport on the environment and increase road safety.

We are looking forward to this conference not only in Slovakia but also abroad. Thanks to all the co-organizers, the conference was able to organize for the eighth time, "

TASR told prof. Ing. Jozef Gnap, PhD., head of the Department of Road and Urban Transport of the Faculty of Operation and Economy of Transport and Communications UNIZA.

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The LIFE GYM [LIFE14 ENV/GR/000611] project is co-funded by the LIFE programme, the EU financial instrument for the environment.

 

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Start Date: 15 September 2015 – Duration: 35 months