THE CONCESSION MODEL IN THE DECARBONIZATION ERA: PREPARING THE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE FUTURE
With 72% of Europeans moving by car and 60% of freight being transported by trucks, road infrastructures play a vital role in Europe's mobility and toll roads form a key part of those networks. Against this background, the 45th annual ASECAP Study and Information Days, that will be held from 29 to 31 May 2017 in Paris, will look at how toll motorway operators prepare their road infrastructures for transport decarbonisation and respond to the new mobility challenges.
The 2017 ASECAP Days will be a not-to-be-missed-out opportunity for toll road operators, policy makers and public and private stakeholders to address a broad range of issues. Topics will include financing of new mobility trends and needs, EETS, cooperative intelligent transport systems, sustainable mobility, road maintenance, automated and connected driving technologies, security and data protection issues and protecting and preserving the environment.
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