THE ROLE OF MODELLING AND DATA IN DEVELOPING MULTI AND INTERMODAL TRANSPORT SYSTEM - STATUS QUO AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES.
INTERREG BSR project “Sustainable Urban Mobility and Commuting in Baltic Cities” SUMBA invites you to the conference on transport modelling and data management. The conference will take place in December 4-5, 2018 in the Historic Centre of Tallinn, Estonia.
The conference will concentrate on transport modelling and data related opportunities for creating a seamless and efficient intermodal transport system that would make commuting more sustainable.
There will also be a free poster session (register here).
Dates: 4-5 December 2018
Registration: The registration to the meeting is open until November 23, 2018 or until there are places available.
Organized by INTERREG BSR project consortium
Organizations responsible for the conference:
Baltic Environmental Forum: contact person Ms. Laura Remmelgas, e-mail: email@example.com, Tel. (372) 5139301
Day 1: December 4, 2018
10:00 opening of the event
On the first day we have three sessions that focus on data collection, learning from international experience and to an open source modelling tools.
The first session focuses on new data sources and collection methods.
During the second session we will learn from international experience how to build transport models for cities and agglomeration areas – there also will be an introduction of practical examples and innovative solutions.
The third session will focus on open source modelling tools that help to analyze the transport system.
The day will end with joint dinner organized by INTERREG BSR project SUMBA.
Day 2: December 5, 2018
9:00 opening of the day
During the second day we will make ourselves familiar about how is it possible to incorporate cycling into a multi- and intermodal transport system – how to collect data and how to model cycling. Presentations will cover topics related to challenges and possibilities for solving first and last mile by combining public transport with cycling, and implementation of innovative cycling counting methods, data collection approaches and simulation on bicycle traffic.
Estimated departure of participants is 15.00
Programme will be updated soon!