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Bridging Transportation Researchers Conference 2021

by Australian Road Research Board on July 28, 2021

ARRB will sponsor and provide several speakers and presenters at the upcoming Bridging Transportation Researchers (BTR) Conference, to be held online on August 5-6.

Transportation engineers, policymakers, and planners are gathering together at the third BTR conference, which will be held online via a series of Zoom meetings.

Registration for the conference is free.

ARRB is proud to be a sponsor of the 2021 conference, as well as providing several speakers at the event.

Transport and COVID-19, automated and electric vehicles, freight, logistics and data collection, econometrics and advanced modelling will be among the topics covered.

ARRB Principal Professional, Mobility Futures, Elli Irannezhad, is one of the conference organisers.

She said the online conference was an ideal way to connect global opinions and perspectives around these important transport topics.

“We welcome researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines, particularly individuals who are unable to obtain a visa or afford travelling to and participating in international conferences,” said Dr Irannezhad, who will be among ARRB’s speakers and presenters.

“We’ll have interesting special sessions presented by ARRB researchers, and the authors of the Routledge Handbook of Public Transport. We will have more than 60 peer-reviewed research presentations across different transport fields and presented at different time zones to suit everyone around the globe.”

Find out more about the Bridging Transportation Researchers conference here https://bridgingtransport.org/

And check out the program here https://bridgingtransport.org/conference-program/

Topics: Events, Future Transport, Transport Data, Smart cities, Driverless, Connected and Automated Vehicles, mobility, Online